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NZ PM rejects Snowden's spying claims

Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden's claims that the GCSB carries out mass surveillance inside New Zealander are "simply wrong", Prime Minister John Key says.

Malware exploits celeb pics, causes IT meltdown in NZ

New Zealanders lured by links to hacked photos of naked celebrities may have caused a nationwide internet meltdown.

Quickflix suffers $10m loss

Movie and TV streaming service, Quickflix, has blown out its full year loss to more than $10 million after ramping up spending to attract new customers.

Bill shock measures extended to all telcos

Customers of smaller Australian telcos are set to begin receiving the same usage alerts provided to customers of Telstra, Optus and Vodafone.

Vertigan panel backs Coalition's NBN

The Coalition's cut-price National Broadband Network would deliver a net economic boost of $18 billion compared with $2 billion for Labor's gold-plated version, according to the first cost-benefit analysis of Australia's largest infrastructure project.

Electronic devices now allowed on takeoff, landing

In welcome news for flyers who love their devices, no longer will work, movies or music be interrupted during takeoff and touch down.