|Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool Formaldehyde Air Purifier Review|
I have had a Dyson Hot+Cool fan heater for a few years now and I was surprised how much different the new Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool Formaldehyde air purifier is. The design is strikingly similar, including the same fanless air distribution that looks like magic but the technology inside it is so more advanced.
© 2021 GeekZone 9:43pm Huawei's Meng Wanzhou free after deal with US
A Chinese technology executive held in Canada on US fraud charges has been freed from house arrest, after years of diplomatic tensions over her fate.
© 2021 RadioNZ Sat 12:13am High-tech 'cocoons' at Malaghan Institute aim to speed up cancer therapy trials
State-of-the-art technology being installed in a Kiwi labratory has been labelled a game-changer for cancer research and treatment.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Thu 5:43pm Canon Announces New EOS R3 Camera
Blending tradition with cutting edge technology, the EOS R3 offers the familiarity and speed of Canon's renowned EOS-1 series, with the innovation and versatility of the pioneering EOS R System.
© 2021 GeekZone Wed, 22 Sep 5:03pm Chronic pain: NZ tech company launches clinical trial fighting pain with 'brain training'
Sufferers of chronic pain often experience long waits to see a specialist and can become reliant on heavy, sometimes addictive, drugs - but what if there is another way? Researchers at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and...
© 2021 NZ Herald Mon, 20 Sep 6:53am Nelson tech company SnapIT buys Canadian fisheries monitoring company Teem Fish
The technology and AI firm is building a consortium of companies that remotely monitor activity onboard fishing boats.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Sun, 19 Sep 9:33am The big problem of building waste and how to tackle it
How better technology and regulation could cut the waste generated by the construction industry.
© 2021 BBCWorld Fri, 17 Sep 11:13am Covid-19 alert level 2 brings new version of council meeting to Stratford
It was a council meeting like Stratford's never before seen with social distancing, mask wearing and the beauty of technology coming into play.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Tue, 14 Sep 8:23pm
Spyware problem likely to grow as technology develops, watchdog warns
The rare prosecution of a man who used a smartphone app to spy on his partner has put a spotlight on how difficult the offending is to detect.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Sun 1:03pm 'Fresh blood' needed to ensure Health New Zealand lives up to potential
ANALYSIS: Health sector not seen as 'destination of choice' for technology talent, recruiter warns.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Sun 5:33am The self-sustaining house on wheels and other news
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
© 2021 BBCWorld Sat 1:53am Massey University spends almost $1m supporting students since Covid-19 lockdown
Massey University has distributed close to $1m in student support and technology payments since the latest Covid-19 lockdown.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Fri 12:03am Groundbreaking cancer treatment set to become more widely available through new partnership
A revolutionary cancer treatment will become affordable to more New Zealanders, through a new commercial partnership and the arrival of technology that can manufacture it at low cost. A new partnership was launched today at the...
© 2021 NZ Herald Thu 11:23am Tenants abandon recently strengthened Wellington office building after new earthquake risk
Tenants have moved out of an 11-storey office block in central Wellington amid the discovery of a new earthquake risk, despite the building having recently been strengthened. Eagle Technology House has been assessed against new...
© 2021 NZ Herald Tue, 21 Sep 5:43am Monday thoughts: Investors, the decade of change starts now
OPINION: Investors should prepare for the transition to a lower carbon world or risk being left with obsolete industrial plants, out-dated technology or products no one wants.
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz Mon, 20 Sep 5:33am New Zealand a winner in AUKUS agreement, but risks remain - experts
By Russell Palmer of RNZThe pact is being called AUKUS, verbally resembling Roman underworld god and punisher of broken oaths Orcus, and sees Australia (A), the United Kingdom (UK), and the United States (US) sharing technology,...
© 2021 NZ Herald Thu, 16 Sep 9:53pm