Farmer: Govt unwilling to show state of NZ water
A campaign is underway to raise funds for a new water-testing device, but its creator says the Govt has reasons not to back it.
Women, software engineering needs you
Women deserve a seat at the engineering and technology table. Associate Professor Catherine Watson, Dr Rashina Hoda and Dr Kelly Blincoe explain why.
Wireless charging tech vital for EV uptake
To help alleviate concerns of operating an EV, extending range is critical. That’s where wireless charging research comes in.
It’s therapy, but not as we know it
Woebot doesn’t claim to be the light at the end of the tunnel, but it can help illuminate the way.
NZ linked to N. Korea cyber attacks
North Korea may be using NZ as a virtual launching pad for cyber attacks around the world, a new report suggests.
Māori farewell family with digital stories
Digital stories made by Maori families about caring for loved ones at the end of their lives are giving voice to communities who don’t always have access to palliative care.
The medium *is* the message
Soon there won’t be room for content providers who don’t grasp how viewers want to watch their telly.
Netflix awards pile up, and so do the bills
Netflix is pulling in new viewers and award nominations in droves, but its line-up is costing far more money than what subscribers pay for it.