|PNG court allows Schram to leave country|
A Papua New Guinea court has allowed the former Vice Chancellor of the University of Technology to leave the country to retrieve his PhD certificate from Italy.
© 2018 RadioNZ 4:24pm Kim Dotcom reveals NZ city that's becoming millionaires' doomsday hide out
Silicon Valley millionaires are increasingly buying up land in Queenstown to prepare for a doomsday event, New Zealand's own resident web mogul says.But whether that could boost the country's technology industry is yet to be determined.Controversial...
© 2018 NZ Herald 7:24am Foxconn says no changes planned for Wisconsin project
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group said Wednesday that it remains committed to its $10 billion Wisconsin manufacturing facility, rejecting a report that it's considering reducing its initial investment by making...
© 2018 NZ Herald 6:04am Exhibition to showcase digital artwork from across the globe
The exhibition created by global creative technology company Wacom in conjunction with artist management agency Just Another Agency, will feature work from fifty local and internationally renowned artists in what will be a one-of- a-kind event.
© 2018 GeekZone Wed 4:54pm Facial recognition tech leads to arrest of potato thief in China
Facial recognition cameras at a sports stadium led to the arrest of a fugitive at a Jacky Cheung concert in China, making it the third time in two months that the technology was used to catch a wanted person there.A man identified...
© 2018 NZ Herald Wed 11:44am Why TV cartoons now pitch to kids of all ages
You don't need to spend too much time flicking through the cartoon channels to work out that despite the rich colour and the many Mel Blanc-inspired voices, there is a distinctively grown-up flavour to the modern animated genre. What is more, changes in the craft and technology used to produce animated programMEs has transformed not just the look of animation but the speed with which it can respond to real-life events. Cartoons, particularly those pitched specifically at a young audience, rarely comment on the headlines, but they are now empowered with greater pop-culture currency.
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