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Spark pleas for pause as Vodafone-Sky merger looms

Spark pleas for pause as Vodafone-Sky merger looms The Commerce Commision is set to release its decusin on the merger application from Vodafone and Sky this coming Thursday.However, Spark, who opposes the clearance application, is now seeking a court ruling for a short-term pause in the event the Commission clears the merger.

InternetNZ: Scrutiny essential on Vodafone-Sky merger

InternetNZ: Scrutiny essential on Vodafone-Sky merger The Commerce Commission is set to release its decision about whether or not the merger can go ahead on Thursday morning.Several telecommunications companies, including Spark and 2degrees have requested a 36-hour delay in the merger should the Commission approve the deal.

InternetNZ: Scrutiny essential on mm's Vodafone-Sky decision

InternetNZ: Scrutiny essential on mm's Vodafone-Sky decision The Commerce Commission is set to release its decision about whether or not the merger can go ahead on Thursday morning.Several telecommunications companies, including Spark and 2degrees have requested a 36-hour delay in the merger should the Commission approve the deal.

NO DEAL: Vodafone Sky merger no go

NO DEAL: Vodafone Sky merger no go The Commerce Commission has decline to grant clearance for the proposed merger of Vodafone New Zealand and Sky Network Television, in a much anticipated decision this morning.The merged Sky/Vodafone entity would have been controlled by Vodafone Group.

Opposition rejoice as Vodafone Sky merger thrown out

Opposition rejoice as Vodafone Sky merger thrown out Spark, InternetNZ and Vocus are among those pleased with this morning’s decision made by the Commerce Commission to not clear the proposed merger between Vodafone and Sky.While Vodafone has said they are disappointed with the ruling, Spark says the decision is a big positive for ‘Kiwi consumers’.

Week in review: The biggest stories that went down this week on NetGuide

Week in review: The biggest stories that went down this week on NetGuide It was a busy week for NetGuide team - there were High Court decisions, a telco war, a whole lot of reviews to be done.We thought we'd make it easy for you and pick out our highlights of the week in the land of consumer tech.

Hundreds of David Bowie stamps quite literally fell to earth from the sky

Hundreds of David Bowie stamps quite literally fell to earth from the sky David Bowie was The Man Who Fell to Earth and now he has quite literally just done that, in the most peculiar way.In homage to the late singer, who died in January 2016, Royal Mail has launched special 10-stamp sets into the sky.

Forget turning photos into paintings, this software copies another photo’s style

Forget turning photos into paintings, this software copies another photo’s style Turning a photo into a painting is now simple thanks to artificially intelligent apps like Prisma, but research from Adobe and Cornell University suggests that style transfers could work from photo to photo.The research team developed a deep photo style transfer program that used a reference image to adjust the original image, mimicking the reference photo’s lighting and colors — even the weather, time of day, and season.

Would you swim in this apartment building’s rooftop glass-bottom pool?

Would you swim in this apartment building’s rooftop glass-bottom pool? If you’re planning a luxury apartment building you’ll need a long list of desirable amenities.Houston’s Market Square Tower took the concept literally with its rooftop glass-bottom pool, Dezeen reports.

This hologram David Attenborough is here to teach you all about nature

This hologram David Attenborough is here to teach you all about nature It's possible that you, like us, have always harboured a secret ambition to be best friends with David Attenborough.Well, the bad news is you're probably never going to get your wish.