In Tech Bytes this week we take a look back at some of our favourite robots of 2012.
Australia's broadcasting regulator has launched a formal investigation into the prank played by 2Day FM.
In Tech Bytes we're talking Japanese with an iPhone invention that sends scented messages, a brainwave-controlled cat tail for humans and fridge that stays locked if you're in a bad mood.
An Australian radio station has issued an apology after two DJ's rang the hospital where Kate Middleton is admitted pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles.
In Tech Bytes we've all manner of transport, checking out how to fly in style, sink in luxury, cycle on cardboard and stay upright on a motorbike with spherical wheels.
Melbourne is once again mourning the murder of a young woman.
In Tech Bytes today, we've a cancer detecting bra, underpants that shock their wearer and some socks that will never get lost.
In Tech Bytes we look at software that lets us control phones in the blink of an eye, a ball to see around corners and a Facebook vest that gives out a cyber space hug.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced this week Australia will carry out a Royal Commission of Inquiry into child abuse.
In Tech Bytes we look at clothing that doubles as camping equipment, a wi-fi Android tablet for children and an airless mountain bike tire.
While unemployment figures in New Zealand have reached a 13-year high, it's a different story in Australia.
Tech Bytes checks out a prototype quad bike designed to reduce the number of accidents.
The move to Australia may have just become more attractive, with new figures showing Australian workers are better off than ever.
It's like a Facebook for furry friends, Tech Bytes checks out a website called petsnearby.
Australian opposition leader Tony Abbott won't apologise to Julia Gillard for a comment he made which is being perceived as a swipe at her for not having children.
In today's Tech Bytes we look at the gym equipment that combines a bike with a bath, preview some gadgets on display at this weekend's Baby Show and meet the military robot that dances ‘Gangnam Style’.
In tech news this week, the Armageddon Expo is about to hit Auckland.
In tech news this week, from birds to big business - the young entrepreneurs and their smartphone app that offers fast transcriptions.
Melbourne police have launched a homicide investigation after a woman went missing in the early hours of Saturday morning.
This week, Tech Bytes takes us on ride looking at electric vehicles, human hamster wheels and hovercrafts.
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