Articles about New Zealand
One telco is focusing on business users, while the other is chasing the consumer. Hopefully, it all leads to something better than trout-fishing advertisements.
I am beginning to wonder whether boring budgets are best for the tech sector and the wider economy.
Kim Dotcom will get to argue before the New Zealand Supreme Court that he should see the US government's entire internet piracy case against him when it tries to extradite him to the United States.
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom says designs for a 3D-printed gun are 'scary', and he has deleted public links to its blueprints from his new file-sharing website.
Why spend all those years in the garage developing your wonderful software if some cheat is to come along and rip-off your creation?
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei opens up to the media for the first time and shares why New Zealand is one of its most important markets and that it has no part to play in cybersecurity challenges confronting the United States.
A supplementary order paper from the NZ Commerce Ministry confirms that software will not be patentable in New Zealand if the invention is solely software.
It is nothing short of an outrage that New Zealand faces spending at least $1.5 billion on a mere "upgrade" or "overhaul" of the IT system for the Inland Revenue Department.
That perennial issue of skill shortages in New Zealand has reared its head again, and one way to solve the issue could be boot camps.
Telecom New Zealand has confirmed that it has purchased IT infrastructure and datacentre company Revera in a deal worth NZ$96.5 million.
In less than a year since taking the CEO mantle, Simon Moutter has already changed Telecom New Zealand forever.
New Zealand's prospering tech sector looks set for further growth.
The New Zealand government is changing the way it works with telecommunications companies because it needs stronger powers to deal with potential threats to national security, Prime Minister John Key has said.
Leighton subsidiary Visionstream has won an NZ$500 million contract extension with Chorus to roll out the country's Ultra-Fast Broadband fibre network in Auckland.
New Zealand government-owned Kordia has sold off its internet service provider subsidiary Orcon to a group of private investors.