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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Technology articles  Technology
    Britain bans Huawei from its 5G network and will remove existing equipment by 2027
     15 July 2020
    The move comes after sustained pressure from the United States, Britain's most important intelligence partner, which has been pushing the UK to reverse Prime Minister Boris Johnson's January decision to grant Huawei a limited role in its 5G rollout.
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    Unsolved Mysteries, the Netflix reboot, brings a classic TV series into the age of the internet sleuth
    14 Jul: We love being armchair detectives — it's partly why true crime is so popular right now. But are the ethical questions different for a series like Unsolved Mysteries this time around?... more
    UK police hack encrypted phone chat network to arrest 'untouchable' criminals
    3 Jul: The cracking of the encryption used by EncroChat, which offered a secure mobile phone instant messaging service, allows detectives across the UK to make almost 750 arrests collecting almost two tonnes of drugs and $97 million in cash.... more
    NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons
    25 Jun: Animated videos of computer simulated sunsets show what the sky might look like if you were looking up through a super-wide camera lens from Venus, Mars, Uranus or Titan.... more
    Censorship of parts of the internet may have been seen as a step too far
    23 Jun: Censorship of parts of the internet may have been seen as a step too far... more
    This woman's photo was used in a hoax campaign against Black Lives Matter. Then the internet fought back
    22 Jun: Members of the misogynistic 4chan community pretended to be women shaving their heads for racial equality, using photographs they stole from the internet.... more
    An Auckland man has pleaded not guilty to charges laid over allegedly threatening emails sent to the Prime Minister
    20 May: An Auckland man has pleaded not guilty to charges laid over allegedly threatening emails sent to the Prime Minister... more
    Two cuts on the same stretch of fibre optic cable, are causing major problems for Vodafone customers in the Central North Island
    7 May: Two cuts on the same stretch of fibre optic cable, are causing major problems for Vodafone customers in the Central North Island... more
    The Prime Minister say there's no better time to attract high-tech businesses to New Zealand
    7 May: The Prime Minister say there's no better time to attract high-tech businesses to New Zealand... more
    Leaked emails reveal doubts among our top cops about whether they could legally enforce the lockdown
    4 May: Leaked emails reveal doubts among our top cops about whether they could legally enforce the lockdown... more

     Most Popular Recent Technology News
     22 Jun: This woman's photo was used in a hoax campaign against Black Lives Matter. Then the internet fought back ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     23 Jun: Censorship of parts of the internet may have been seen as a step too far +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons +++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Jul: UK police hack encrypted phone chat network to arrest 'untouchable' criminals +++++++++++++
     14 Jul: Unsolved Mysteries, the Netflix reboot, brings a classic TV series into the age of the internet sleuth +++
     15 Jul: Britain bans Huawei from its 5G network and will remove existing equipment by 2027 +

     Technology NewsLinks
      13 Jul: Netflix over sex: new research reveals alarming kiwi attitudes towards dating and sex (NZ Herald)
      13 Jul: Who 'virtual health worker' designed by nzers (RadioNZ)
      13 Jul: Are coins a thing of the past? (RadioNZ)
      13 Jul: China's tiktok twin using facial recognition to censor foreigners (NZ Herald)
      13 Jul: Swedish tech company tobii releases $229 eye tracker that may improve gamers' skills (CNN)
      11 Jul: A new world war over technology (CNN)
      10 Jul: No buffering video, drone displays and other tech news (BBCWorld)
      10 Jul: 'you jerks are closed': napier tourist attraction calls for helpers after abusive note (NZ Herald)
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