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Griffin on Tech: The minister of everything tech-related gets to work
You have to hand it to Judith Collins - the veteran politician hasn't shied away from a large workload in the new coalition government.
Unity’s big u-turn on Wellington and Wētā FX deal
It was a massive deal and the end of an era for Sir Peter Jackson and Dame Fran Walsh in 2021 when they sold Weta Digital to US video game company Unity.
Griffin on Tech: Let’s hear the other side of the OpenAI story
There’s plenty yet to plan out in the OpenAI board saga. Now we need to hear from the people who dropped the bomb that started it all.
Virtual mobile market heats up with Rocket’s debut
Another mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) brand is in the mix in the telcoms sector with Rocket Mobile piggybacking on One's mobile effort to "bring down costs" for New Zealand mobile users.
Who is Sam Altman, OpenAI’s wunderkind ex-CEO – and why does it matter that he got sacked?
As OpenAI emerges from this drama, it will be doubled over from the blow that was this weekend – and will struggle to raise funds in the future as it has in the past.
Griffin on Tech: Kiwi tech's global footprint, Tokelau's domain name misery
The annual TIN200 report out today reveals that even in a tough economic environment, our tech sector managed growth of 11.7% in the 2023 financial year.
NZ’s top CIOs - who made the list?
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare's Nicholas Fourie took the top spot in this year's CIO50 Awards, which were given out in Auckland last night.
Major cyberattack on Australian ports suggests sabotage by a ‘foreign state actor’
The timing, scale and impact of the disruption suggest Australia's largest ports were subject to a targeted attack.
Griffin on Tech: Optus outage nightmare, OpenAI’s app store moment
There was some sympathy for our telecoms operators in February when cyclone Gabrielle slashed fibre optic cables and cut power to cell sites across the North Island. not so for Optus following its cas…
Pulling the plug on the internet for a day - what it would cost the world?
An occasional digital detox is a great way to reconnect with the real world, slow down and enjoy analogue life. But what would be the impact of the world losing the internet for a day?
A new Silicon Valley manifesto reveals the bleak, dangerous philosophy driving the tech industry
In 1993, Marc Andreessen was an undergraduate at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he also worked at the US-government funded National Center for Supercomputing Applications.