There are three rocket launches expected this week. Rocket Lab is launching several satellites, Iran is re-attempting to launch its Pars 1 satellite, and SpaceX will try to land Starship SN10.
The modern-day reboot of Atari's 1977 gaming system is set to launch in Australia and New Zealand soon. Atari has partnered up with Bluemouth Interactive make this happen. Pre-orders start today.
Uber has launched Uber Pro to the rest of the United States, and for the first time in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Uber Pro offers rewards to dedicated drivers, such as savings on fuel.
It has been revealed that Yandex was attacked in October and November last year with Regin malware that is thought to be developed by Five Eyes nations including the United Kingdom and United States.
MegaUpload executives, including Kim Dotcom, who are facing extradition to the US, have begun appealing their case in the New Zealand Supreme Court. The appeals got under way today.
Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg has announced that the social networking site will be placing limitations on who can go live on its service in response to the New Zealand terrorist attack.
Social news aggregator Reddit has banned two gory subreddits that hosted links to the video footage of the New Zealand mosque shooting that was shared on other social networking platforms.
Spark New Zealand's proposal to use Huawei's network equipment in its 5G rollout has been blocked after the Government Communications Security Bureau identified a "significant network security risk".
Two new Microsoft Azure regions have been introduced in Australia. With these, the company aims to deliver cloud services to support critical infrastructure in both Australia and New Zealand.
Amazon has launched Amazon Music Unlimited in Australia and New Zealand. There are three subscription tiers available and the company is currently running a 90-day trial of the service.
A New Zealand-based wireless charging company was bought by Apple for an undisclosed sum, an interesting move in light of the release of the iPhone X and iPhone 8 which include wireless charging.
It appears that the next major update to Windows 10, originally known as the "Fall Creators Update", will instead be called the "Autumn Creators Update" in many countries, including the UK and India.
It was the first launch from a private site, and the first from New Zealand, and the first time a rocket was launched using a 3D printed engine, which was also manufactured in just 24 hours.
Apple has recently come under fire from authorities, as well as the public in New Zealand, for selling products worth $4.2 billion NZD in the country, and yet paying no local taxes.
Microsoft has cut the price of many of its Surface Book models by up to 23% in numerous markets around the world, including the US, Canada, the UK, France, Australia and New Zealand.
Samsung has announced that in some parts of the world Note7 devices will soon stop connecting to mobile networks. This move is in an effort to force users to return their fire-prone devices.
Microsoft's holographic headset has been on sale in the US for $3,000, and in Canada for $4,000. But how much does HoloLens cost in the six new markets in which Microsoft has now opened pre-orders?
Microsoft is beginning the international expansion of its holographic ambitions, bringing its HoloLens headset to the first six markets outside of North America, with pre-orders opening today.
Kim Dotcom will be appealing New Zealand's extradition ruling, which would send him back to the US to face trial for copyright infringement. But in a plot twist, the trial will be livestreamed.
A new type of malware is spreading on Android devices in a corners of the world. The trojan steals login information for banking and financial apps, as well as two-factor authentication codes.
Microsoft will open pre-orders for its Surface Book tomorrow in several markets around the world, including many across Europe - although shipments won't actually begin there until mid-February.
After similar price cuts in Japan, the US and Canada in recent weeks, Sony has announced similar reductions across Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, and various other markets across the globe.
Two things are certain in this life, and that's death and taxes. Love, unfortunately is not a given as Mr Kim Dotcom found out when his supermodel partner took off with a former employee.
Mega founder Kim DotCom is planning to launch "Megaparty" in time for the New Zealand elections. The eccentric millionaire hopes to get the youth and internet users to be excited about voting.
The wait is finally over and the Xbox One is launching. New Zealand is the first to kick-off the worldwide party, with an official launch event showcasing Microsoft's new console and its features.
StatCounter's numbers claim that there is one global territory where the OS market share of Windows 8 is far higher than anywhere else, in the small island territory of New Zealand called Tokelau.
After New Zealand made the controversial decision to (almost) kill off software patents on Wednesday, experts have expressed doubt at the bill's validity; they question how best it can be enforced.
Microsoft has added support for the Māori language, spoken by the native people of New Zealand, to Windows 8, along with Office 2013, Outlook.com, and Internet Explorer 10.
Google has unveiled an ambitious new project, to provide Internet access to a greater portion of the world by floating balloons over it. The concept will be trialled tomorrow, in New Zealand.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Surface Pro tablet will launch in the UK, Germany, France, Australia and 15 other markets by the end of May, with Russia, Singapore and others being added in June.
Kim DotCom's new on-line service will have a New Zealand-based domain, the entrepreneur confirms. And it will work with the due respect of the local laws.
Even as Kim Dotcom prepares to launch a successor to his ill-fated Megaupload, he's working on other exciting projects, like building a fiber system for New Zealand - and it's free, at least to ISPs
The Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand has suffered a massive breach of security after a blogger found theirentire network was open to be browsed by users.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, apologizes to MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom, after it was found that the country's government illegally spied on Dotcom's activities.
Kim Dotcom is to receive up to $6,000,000 from the New Zealand government to aid his legal battle for the future. This money will be secured from $10,000,000 in bonds that were frozen back in April.
Possible further delays are likely as the New Zealand court has ruled that the FBI must present their evidence of piracy to them before the extradition hearing takes place in March next year.
A video showing part of the law enforcement raid in January on the New Zealand-based home of MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has surfaced, showing more of what happened that day.
After a charity intended to help children was attacked by a hacker attempting to prove his mettle, Anonymous reacted, delivering their own brand of vigilante justice upon the person responsible.
The content industry says that the new law has been effective in fighting piracy in the country - for a month, at least. Now they want to cut the cost for sending infringement letters out.
A New Zealand judge has ordered the FBI to start copying a whopping 150 terabytes of data from the computers of MegaUpload's founder Kim Dotcom in preparation for a possible transfer of those files.