5G trials begin in NZ, but obstacles remain
Technological and bureaucratic hurdles must be overcome before “the internet of everything” rolls out in NZ.
Women, girls, and the art of giving
The woman behind the country’s first women’s fund believes NZ needs to have a more focused gender lens on giving, she tells Suzanne McFadden.
Google, Uber ramp up driverless car stoush
Uber and a Google-bred pioneer in self-driving cars are colliding in a courtroom showdown revolving around allegations of deceit, betrayal, and espionage.
Using Olympic defeat to get back up again
Former Black Stick Anna Lawrence has used the resilience and mental toughness from her Olympic days to launch a digital marketing start-up.
How Xero earned a million customers
As Xero reaches a million customers and turns cash-flow positive, CEO Rod Drury explains how it was done.
Design magicians testing new tricks
They built the fastest America’s Cup yacht NZ has ever sailed, now Southern Spars are taking their technology in new directions.