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World building: Will Meta use its new supercomputer for the common good?
Meta (formerly Facebook) has constructed what it claims will this year become the world's most powerful artificial intelligence supercomputer.
Vodafone, MyRepublic the fastest in download speed tests - Ookla
Vodafone serves up the fastest mobile download speeds and niche player MyRepublic beats the pack for fast downloads on fixed-line broadband connections according to Ookla, creator of the popular speedtest.net network test.
Griffin on Tech: Time's person of the year contains multitudes
Time magazine's decision to put Elon Musk on its cover as its person of the year was a polarizing move, to say the least.
The entrepreneur, innovator, largely self-trained engineer and on the strength of Telsa's surging share price, the richest person in the world, seems to have equal numbers of detractors as fans.
Toy box: The best tech of 2021
Even a global computer-chip shortage couldn't halt the flood of shiny new gadgets this year. Here are 10 of the best that I was able to lay my hands on in 2021.
Action stations: How to deal with the Log4j vulnerability exploit
The Log4J vulnerability is a security nightmare. Here is how to deal with it.
Log4J: When your tools turn against you
Organisations around the world are scrambling to address the Log4J vulnerability, which IT security experts suggest could be the most serious exploit uncovered in the last decade.
Griffin on Tech: Tech's mixed bag of a year - ten trends that defined 2021
Before we flop onto a beach towel to recover from another exhausting year living in the shadow of Covid, it's worth reflecting on a remarkable year in the world of technology.
From deep fakes to crypto scams - six cybersecurity predictions for 2022
As we approach the holiday season, it is worth remembering that hackers never sleep.
Griffin on Tech: We need an online safety code that works for Kiwis first and foremost
Internet safety watchdog NetSafe needs a more inclusive approach to drafting its new code of practice for digital platform providers, according to Internet experts.
15 years and $11 billion - the rapid rise of Kiwi software companies
If mergers and acquisitions are a way of measuring progress, New Zealand software companies have had a phenomenal run in the last 15 years.
Getting ambitious on the tech gender gap - #10KWāhine
Addressing the tech skills shortage is about opening our borders. Many women simply don't see technology or digital-focused roles as realistic options.