Apple TV content at risk over law change
Apple is the latest tech firm to warn that Kiwis may lose access to streaming content if a new parental guidance law goes ahead.
Big Tech threatens to geo-block NZ
Big Tech companies like Microsoft have raised the spectre of geo-blocking NZ if the Government proceeds with a bill for classifying streamed content.
Our gigantic e-waste problem
New Zealand has a massive e-waste problem, pushed along by rampant consumerism.
Drones in NZ have their own traffic delays
Oleg Vornik asks where NZ’s drone sector is at - and finds we won’t be delivering pizza by drone on the regular any time soon.
Email at work is old hat
Coordinating people in the workplace day to day sucks up a lot of time. Mark Jennings takes a look at ‘Slack’ - a rapidly-growing communication tool making email seem dated.
When will NZ be real about our scary future?
Climate change has the planet on the brink of catastrophe, yet the debate in NZ is paralysed by our fear of the cost of action. Cat MacLennan says it’s time to take our heads out of the sand.
Proposals spark clash over filtering the internet
Stakeholders in the tech industry are broadly supportive of the Government’s efforts to counter violent extremism online, but split on a handful of key propositions.
Takedown notices and internet filters coming to NZ
Following last year’s terror attack, the Government is planning new laws to give it more powers to tackle and take down extremist content online.
Stop giving social media so much credit
Anna Rawhiti-Connell explains why she’s not prepared to accept that ’snake oil’ social media tactics will somehow manipulate the vast majority of NZ voters who already know what they believe in.