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Shopping mall not topped by online sales - yet
Online shopping hasn't quite delivered the killer blow to bricks and mortar retail, if the rise in building consents for commercial buildings such as shopping malls is any indication.
Another year down, another one looming. What does it all mean? We ask the big questions here at the Techblog... but do we have the answers?
Telco sector looking rosy for consumers
Data use is up dramatically, texting is no longer a thing and voice calls from a landline are on their way out if the latest Commerce Commission annual report into the telecommunications sector is anything to go by.
Social media in the spotlight for the wrong reasons
Facebook leaks yet more information - this time giving app developers access to photos they shouldn't have had - and Google is under fire for breaching New Zealand name suppression orders, something i…
Brislen on Tech
What a year it's been. Political interference, security breaches, loss of faith, dawn raids, senate hearings, dropping shareholder value and that's just for Facebook.
What does it all mean and can…
Entries open for 2019 NZ Hi-Tech Awards
New Zealand's Hi-Tech Awards are now open for 2019.
CIO upfront: Inside a different kind of IT bootcamp
I have been mentoring ICT professionals - new graduates, migrants - for years.
And, with apologies to the original Kiwi Landing Pad based in San Francisco which helps New Zealand companies gain a…
Brislen on Tech
Stupidity is its own reward, as the Australian tech sector is discovering...
PLUS: The second round of US vs Huawei has been awarded to the US on points... And the light at the end of the tunnel m…
Take one step forward
Do you work for a corporate that gives you the day off to volunteer? Have you used it yet? This year? Ever?
We've chatted with many companies and more and more organisations are giving their staff …
Puppies and VIP lounges and public funding: Welcome to Amazon
Amazon has settled on its new secondary headquarters and distribution centre for the US market but not before receiving some eye-watering offers from competing cities. Just what does it take to lure t…
Microsoft faces privacy challenge in Europe
Dutch investigators are warning Microsoft the company could face mega-fines as it copes with the newly implemented General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which came into effect earlier this year.