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Spy chief's departure raises questions
Spy chief's departure raises questions

The surprise departure of NZ spy agency boss Ian Fletcher has prompted questions about whether he was unsettled by potential…

TAB staff fight off cyber-attack
TAB staff fight off cyber-attack

A three-day cyber-attack against the TAB website has been thwarted by specialist IT staff.

TAB fights back against cyber-attack
TAB fights back against cyber-attack

A three-day cyber-attack against the TAB website has been thwarted by specialist IT staff. TAB executive…

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Holidays prime time for hacking attack Holidays prime time for hacking attack

Tech-savvy teenagers are scratching an anti-establishment…

Kiwi developers head to Silicon Valley Kiwi developers head to Silicon Valley

George Phillips and Mike Neumegen were a couple of…

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Peter Calder: Cyberspace scream nobody hears
Peter Calder: Cyberspace scream nobody hears

If there is any justice, there is a special place reserved in hell for people who make a living designing the way computers…

Denmark named the world's most connected country
Denmark named the world's most connected country

Denmark has overtaken South Korea as the world's top country for mobile phone and internet use, a new study said.

Software IPO puts Ferrier back in spotlight
Software IPO puts Ferrier back in spotlight

Andrew Ferrier is well and truly back in the public eye.

Nano-tech boom looming - Akl scientist
Nano-tech boom looming - Akl scientist

Michelle Dickinson says the field of nanotechnology is going to experience huge growth in the coming years, and will affect…

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Microsoft goes live with Windows 8.1
Microsoft goes live with Windows 8.1

Microsoft has officially released the revamped version of its latest Windows operating system. Windows…

Silk Road shut down by FBI

US authorities said Wednesday they had arrested the owner of the Silk Road website, where illegal drugs were bought and…

Xbox One's NZ release date confirmed

Microsoft's new Xbox One console will go on sale November 22 in 13 launch countries - including NZ, the US tech giant said…

Why Auckland for NZ Silicon Valley?

New Zealand tech companies should join forces and a develop a land of the long white silicon cloud, says Bruce Aylward.

NZ slow to respond to 'industrialised' hacking
NZ slow to respond to 'industrialised' hacking

New Zealand businesses have been slow to respond to the worldwide trend in automated cybersecurity attacks…

Microsoft profit falls short of expectations

Microsoft Corp's foray into the tablet computer market resulted in a large write-down for the April-June quarter, and a…

ICT sector expanding, skilled workers missing

Firms in New Zealand's information and communications technology (ICT) sector are pouring money into both expansion and…

HP wheels out the Beijing pizzazz

What's a tech company to do to create a bit of pizzazz in the midst of an otherwise numbing new product blitz? After all…

New jobs on the rise in Wellington - Seek

In the face of recent comments made about Wellington being a "dying" city, the number of vacancies in the city being offered…

Tech startup bought by Canadian IT firm
Tech startup bought by Canadian IT firm

A small Christchurch start-up has been scooped up by a Canadian software company. Appsecute …

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Microsoft lands 3D gadget
Microsoft lands 3D gadget

Microsoft has taken the wraps off a new version of…

Kiwi's never-ending abyss a hit in Eastern Europe
Time will tell future of the smartwatch
Time will tell future of the smartwatch

Asking about the state of the smartwatch market makes…

Uber complaint prompts Govt review
Uber complaint prompts Govt review

A review of taxi regulations has been launched following…

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