Technology

New Nokia won't work on Spark

The new-old dumbphone with Snake and a 30-day battery has a catch for Kiwis.

New glasses help blind see

The headsets from eSight transmit images from a forward-facing camera to small internal screens.

Samsung teases Galaxy S8

The company's next flagship phone is due to be released late next month in New York.

BlackBerry brings back keyboard

The new Keyone, which runs on Google's Android, features a touchscreen and a keyboard.

Huawei releases new smartphone

Huawei's new P10 line has new features including facial detection and dual Leica rear camera lenses.

Samsung showcases new tablets

Samsung is spotlighting new Android and Windows tablets after delaying the Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Food blogger a marathon cheat

Her fitness tracker said 18.7km run in record time. One problem: The race is 21km long.

New iPhone may do 3-D selfies

Room wirelessly charges any device

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