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The changing face of the telco industry
The telco industry has come a long way since Teresa Gattung owned up to the fact the industry used "confusion as a marketing tool".
Another lockdown and still no digital equity plan
Many New Zealanders entered the latest lockdown without the digital basics in place. That needs to change.
Apple's controversial plan to detect child abuse images has merit - and it's totally legal
Apple's plan to help stamp out child sex abuse material online has hit resistance but does a good job at balancing public good and privacy.
Griffin on Tech: When your digital footprint could prove deadly
Afghan citizens have scrambled to erase their digital footprint in fear of retribution from the victorious Taliban, who now control Afghanistan's internet providers, telcos and government databases.
Covid stimulus and digital push buoy tech sector…
ICT spending in New Zealand and Australia is expected to grow 2.1% despite the impact of ongoing lockdowns on both sides of the Tasman.
Let's talk copper
There seems to be some confusion about copper lines and how they work, not to mention why we're moving away from them to newer technology, so I thought I'd have a go at explaining it all.
Battening down the hatches
As we wait for news of the potential outbreak in Auckland, I can't help but think about what lockdown life would be like without fibre to the home and the ability to work remotely.
Griffin on Tech: The WWW at 30 - three priorities for its future
It's 30 years this week since Tim Berners Lee turned on the World Wide Web.
Decentralisation, semantic web technologies and bridging the digital divide will help shape Web 3.0.
Samsung making headway with cheaper foldable phones
Samsung debuted its third-generation foldable smartphone and flip phone overnight with Tech Blog gaining early access to the sleeker, cheaper devices.
Griffin on Tech: Telco industry needs to get its story straight
The Commerce Commission says telecoms operators have been confusing customers with marketing spin.
The industry needs to better explain our options for connecting to the internet.
Microsoft debuts its Cloud PC taking Windows online
Microsoft will begin offering business customers Windows as a subscription-based cloud service from August 2nd as it embraces the hybrid working trend accelerated by the pandemic.