Technology Editor/Senior Business Writer
Chris Keall has spent more than 20 years as a business and technology journalist. His past roles included editor of NZ PC World, editor of Internet Magazine, editor of home theatre and gadget title >>FFWD and technology editor for NBR. He has a BA from the University of Auckland and is the author of two books published by HarperCollins, including Download: The Internet Made Easy. His awards include the Magazine Publishers’ Association Business Magazine Editor of the Year.
Kiwi startup wins Rising Star award at AWS's global bash
NZ fintech Cogo was a finalist in the same category.
Opinion: 10 pressing issues for new Technology Minister Judith Collins
Tech has never loomed so large in our lives - or been the subject of so little policy.
Ex-Weta Workshop director heads team of 100 working on secret new Zuru project
Games, series: Mowbrays want to own it all.
Rakon suffers first-half knockbacks, warns full-year could be worse
Result worse than what analysts were bracing for.
Trade Me returns to profit, but heavy debt load weighs
Heavy debt load continues under private equity owners.
Liquor trust's $40m expansion kneecapped at first hurdle
The group says it will assess whether to proceed with three further applications.
Does Starship blowing up, again, put One NZ’s promise of a 'mobile-to-satellite service in 2024' at risk?
PLUS: 2degrees, Spark update on plans with Starlink rival Lynk.
Not a Rocket Lab - what new fund wants to see in start-ups
The new venture is looking for early-stage firms who show promise in creating a brand.
Refurb scheme aims to deliver 20,000 ex-corporate laptops to students
The initiative will also address New Zealand's lousy e-waste record.
TIN200 survey: Kiwi tech sector booming, but fewer local jobs
PLUS: What TIN's boss would like to see from the incoming Government.
‘Mind-blowing sophistication’: Zuru exec targeted by deep-fake video version of his boss Nick Mowbray
On video call, finance boss found fake Mowbray indistinguishable from the real thing.
‘Unauthorised’: NZ authors’ books used to train big tech AI
Can they fight back?
One NZ valuation hiked by $1 billion, boosting Infratil’s interim profit
Full-year earnings guidance was narrowed and nudged up.
MBIE staff still banned from ChatGPT - but other govt departments more AI-friendly
In the absence of any AI law, agencies have taken at least three different approaches.
West Auckland liquor wars: Group battles liquor trusts' $40m plans to expand
Ginger group wants another vote.
Banks say $198m lost to scams; Netsafe calls for anti-scam centre
Netsafe survey finds $2.1 billion in total losses; banks ready key new security measure.
Beam me down: Seated rideshare e-scooters launch in Auckland
Too lazy to even stand up?
'Breakthrough': Auckland AI start-up chosen for fast-track approval in the US
A rare honour followed the $13m raise.
Allbirds dives to new low as its quarterly loss widens to US$32m
The firm, co-founded by ex-All White Tim Brown, says its Christmas will be even tougher.
All Blacks v Fortnite: NZ broadband use spikes to all-time high
The network coped ably with the urge to surge.
As investment in early-stage start-ups dips, VCs weigh in on the year ahead
Several strong trends have already emerged.