The fight to save Iceland’s language
The prevalence of English in Iceland - especially in A.I. technology - is threatening to consign the country’s language to the Latin bin.
How the West can be won over by m-payments
Richard MacManus looks at what it takes to switch a leather wallet for a digital one.
Zombie teddy bears make tedious rehab fun
Teamed with a balance board and a smartphone, the terrifying teddies are helping injured humans to recover quicker, Olympic athletes to perform better, and could even help sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease to improve their balance.
NZ’s slow-burning TV revolution
Why New Zealand’s internet TV revolution has been 20 years in the making.
The legacy of the Digital Revolution
Victoria University media studies lecturer Dr Michael Daubs looks at how the internet-led Occupy Wall Street movement has - or hasn’t - changed the way protests are organised
Cyberspace solution to #depressed
Operators of a “radically genuine” service for young people have a simple strategy for a complex problem.
Warkworth and the world’s first flying cars
Could Warkworth become famous for playing a part in the genesis of the world’s first flying cars?
3D printing: More than parts and props
Richard MacManus finds a thriving 3D printing startup scene in Wellington, but it’s not about putting printers in every home.