New Zealand IT services company is trading well in Australia and Auckland but continues to struggle in its major market, Wellington.
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Vikram Kumar says Mega now has 4 million registered users, and could become a back-end storage platform for other applications.
A single regulator is off the agenda, for now, while new online content providers will not receive the legal privileges of the mainstream media.
A spectrum auction in New Zealand highlights competition concerns.
A verbal briefing from Ernst &Young Australia confirms Chorus is at risk of not being able to fulfill its contract to build 70% of New Zealand's ultra fast broadband network.
The next step in artificial intelligence could be a intelligent and emotive computer that is modelled on a physical baby.
In a report on productivity in the services sector, New Zealand's Productivity Commission says the Government cloud computing programme is "highly risk averse" and may send a poor signal to private firms.
Analysts who said Xero could find the going tough in the US might have to think again.
Labour accuses the Government of botching the roll-out of wireless broadband to rural New Zealand.
Fears are rising that a "nuclear option" could be used to degrade copper broadband services in New Zealand and drive users to fibre.