AI start-up says its Terminator-style tech targets complacency
Inviol's technology takes aim at complacency about safety at worksites.
What happened to The Day Before, published by Auckland’s MyTona? It was the world’s most anticipated video game - four days after launch its creator has shut down
Takapuna publisher, investor works on refunds.
Juha Saarinen: Apple's $9000+ MacBook Pro M3 Max packs serious computing punch
OPINION: If you are not put off by the hefty price tag, the device ticks all the boxes.
Nissan NZ hit by cyberattack, Collins weighs in on the ‘Should be illegal to pay a cyber-ransom?’ debate
Potential personal data breach.
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.
Refurb scheme aims to deliver 20,000 ex-corporate laptops to students
The initiative will also address New Zealand's lousy e-waste record.
National retailer Mitre 10: Why it's slipped into the red
Major IT upgrade pushes co-operative business into annual loss.
The top five tricks and treats from Apple's Halloween event
New Zealand's local pricing and release dates revealed.
Vero must pay $3.9m for ‘false and misleading’ statements to customers
Judge imposes nearly $4m penalty on insurer.
Western companies take slow steps towards China ‘de-risking’
Financial Times: Strategies focus on ways to insulate China operations, not reduce them.
Premium: DataMasque CEO Grant de Leeuw on his cybersecurity firm's $2.7m raise
DataMasque CEO Grant de Leeuw on his cybersecurity firm's $2.7m raise - and its use of 'synthetic data' to fool hackers. Video / Sylvie Whinray
Japan’s synthesised singing sensation Hatsune Miku turns 16
Hatsune Miku is a singing voice software that comes with a virtual avatar.
Navman legend Sir Peter Maire thought Nvidia would fail
Founder of Navman shoots down stockpiling idea.
White House unveils ban on US investment in Chinese tech sectors
Financial Times: Security threat cited, restrictions for firms linked to Chinese military.
Cather Simpson: University cuts threaten long-term economic growth
OPINION: We're on the cusp of a virtuous cycle but cuts threaten to impoverish us all.
Market Watch: Will AI mania crash the stock market?
Pie Funds Founder and CIO Mike Taylor joins NZ Herald Business Editor at Large Liam Dann to talk about if AI mania will cause the stock market to crash. Video / NZ Herald
‘Indigitech’: Drawing Māori and Pasifika students into stem subjects
PLUS: A teacher with a positive view of AI.