Computers to outstrip electricity supply by 2040: report
Moore's Law has been declared dead many times over, even by Gordon Moore himself, but a new challenger appears to be muscling in on the constant upgrade path - limits on electricity production to power all these devices.
Half the world still to connect online
The ITU has released its annual look at the world's connectivity and found that while mobile network growth continues to reach saturation levels, in terms of internet access more than half the world's population isn't online.
Technical Advisors needed for new cyber-bullying legislation
The Ministry of Justice is looking for technical advisors as part of the lead-up to the introduction of the new cyber-bullying provisions introduced in the Harmful Digital Communications Act 2015.
Brislen on Tech this week
ITx was a thing of beauty ... Emails stored in Ireland cannot be used in a US domestic case, says court... NZTech wants to build the world's 'most tech savvy nation'.
It's too late to hide - the doubling curve is already here
Moore's Law says the number of transistors will double every 18 months or so but this isn't something new - looking at the tech sector through the lens of logarithmic projection means you can see the …
The farmers' market: How to disrupt your company
We have to change the way that we run our companies and our government agencies if we want to remain relevant in the 21st Century. It sounds so simple, however we don't like change when it gets right …
ITx: What does the future hold?
At ITx 2016, Sam Jarman gave us a sneak peak at what we might expect to see in the next few years. He's kindly blogged on the subject for us as well.
The future will be crazy. Just look at what hav…
Top tips to find your venture capital partner
Edith Yeung knows a bit about scale. She's helped take the mobile browser Dolphin from a user base of zero right through to 150 million and now spends her time helping invest in start-up companies fro…
OMGTech wants you
OMGTech Rangers helps give kids from all deciles a step up into the world of technology and they need your help.
Winners of the 2016 NZ Excellence in IT Awards
Last night the winners of the Excellence in IT Awards 2016 were handed out in front of nearly 700 people at a gala event in Wellington.The Awards are a collaboration of 11 of New Zealand's leading tec…
ITx Day One: Education is key
It took 130 years for electricity to arrive in the small New Zealand town of Raupunga but only three years for Google to deliver its service to the world.
What does that mean for our industry and f…