Parties beckon for attention from the dark
‘We’ll see more digital ads from our politicians before the election - but we may not all see the same thing.‘
Companies compete to be ‘Uber for trucking’
Dozens of companies are pursuing the opportunity to be the “Uber for trucking.“
Tech knowledge for all ages and stages
If you grew up reading a book to learn how to do something, how do you become someone who knows to ‘Google it?’
Battery plan hands control to customers
Vector is installing batteries in Auckland, and says it won’t be long before consumers will be selling the generated power.
Netflix sends broadband use soaring
People streaming video on demand are driving up data use over broadband by an average of 50 percent across the country.
Could brain wave evidence end up in NZ courts?
Brain wave technology being tested in NZ is promising one of the biggest breakthroughs in forensic evidence since DNA.
Transport as a service: are we there yet?
There’s little doubt autonomous cars will rule our roads at some point, but the question is when.
Investors learn steps for telcos’ new dance
Investors are facing new realities as telcos shift focus from price to value.