Law enforcement agencies have long protested widely available strong encryption.
New Zealand should not rely on gentle diplomacy - or being left off many a world map.
Browser tracking tool has been greeted with industry suspicion.
Over 67,000 New Zealanders have been caught up in a massive global data hack.
It's tedious and painful to repeat the mistakes of the past when we have the tools not to.
There's a surprise in the latest CERT NZ cyber threat numbers.
A lot to unpack in terms of technology and business models.
New broadband option is bound to tempt some users.
"Patched vaccines" hold out hope for quicker updates to keep on top of virus mutations.
No more incoherent craziness and untruths from Trump.
Technology columnist Juha Saarinen gives a lowdown on Vodafone's latest offer.
Selfies probably aren't a good idea when you're trying to overthrow the government.
There are some alarming, details around the hacks.
New regulations set to shake-up cryptocurrencies in 2021.
Ambitious project said to cost $705 million.
Sony's noise-cancel tech a must have for enduring the pandemic.
New tech a step above prior gen when light fades.
Being not yet able to utilise full power of UFB network nice problem to have.
Astronomers and skygazers might be disappointed, but good news for broadband customers.
iPhone 12's next-gen system solid but tech needed to unleash it still in pipeline.
Claws out over latest royalty bid.
Loophole means director's ID lets holder change company registration data online.
Facial recognition failing to 'see' darker people risks horrific legal consequences.
Social media platforms have become something far darker than we could have imagined.
There's never a dull moment keeping an eye on multi-billionaire geek Elon Musk is up to.
COMMENT: Some hard questions need to be asked for rather obvious reasons.
New satellites can take fast internet to all — but is it worth cost of clogged sky?
Samsung has taken a fairly moderate approach with the Note 20 Ultra.
Everyone loses as tensions ratchet higher.
That technology is creating a criminal class out of the young is something to worry about.
Another week, another famous name falls prey to cyber attack.
Attack seems trivial but social sites live and have vast reach.
We're going to hear a lot more about "CopTech" over the coming years.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought on a change in the way we do meetings.
What could possibly go wrong if you take an AI and feed it with decades of legal data?
Trying out some 5G capable handsets.
'If you don't pay anyway, we publish download link for all your confidential files.'
COMMENT: Make it illegal to pay them and snuff out the reason they exist.
Sometimes you can't avoid wasting life trying to solve a tricky tech problem.
COMMENT: Letting such hackers continue for years seems a terrible waste.
The impressively powerful tablet comes with optional new Magic Keyboard.
Yet, despite the enormous losses, investor money keeps on flowing in.
But why would Microsoft set up a hyperscale data centre shop in New Zealand?
Dual-screen laptops have been on the cards for a while now, but difficult to get right.
Some SaaS companies are offering price break. Not Xero. Some customers are angry.
The Covid-19 crisis has resurrected some ancient unresolved issues in the tech industry.
World's top brains making tools to fight virus but reliability is life and death.
It's a safe bet online shopping will soon be different - and better.
It's absolutely crucial that people have internet access during a crisis.