Huawei a ‘trojan horse’ aimed at an achilles heel
The GCSB’s refusal to let Spark use Huawei technology could be problematic for New Zealand.
GCSB decision isn’t end of road for Huawei
The GCSB has declined Spark’s request to use Huawei technology in rolling out its 5G network, citing “significant national security risks”.
Plan to race EVs on Auckland’s waterfront
A group of Auckland entrepreneurs want to get Kiwis thinking about smarter transport solutions and sustainability by racing electric cars around the city’s waterfront.
Outdoing Americans at their own game
From Invercargill to Chicago, NZer Daniel Thomas is outdoing North Americans at their own game through his Christchurch-grown communications agency Time Zone One.
Targeting predators with technology
Scientists are turning to blockchain to give them a shot at meeting New Zealand’s “crazy, ambitious” predator-free target.
MacManus: Mind the tech sector’s funding gap
Just one in 10 of our top tech companies have received external investment to power more growth.
5G spectrum allocation on track for 2020: Faafoi
Allocation of radio spectrum for the next generation of mobile telecommunications is still on track for early 2020 “if everything goes to plan”, Minister Kris Faafoi says.
Tech tax could be on the way
The Government has requested advice from the IRD about a possible “tech tax”.