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Trump opens the door to Huawei, but only a fraction
US President, Donald Trump, has offered Huawei a chance at a "get out of jail free" card at the G20 meeting in Japan, suggesting the company's position on his blacklist may be reviewed.
Brislen on Tech
Simon Moutter's departure from Spark marks the end of an era and on Monday we will wake to a new world order. What will come of our telecommunications sector?
Shopping. It's something we do, we put up with, we rush to with gay abandon. Where to now for our shopping trends and will the internet rule all?
And finally, when is a budget hack job not a hack and what can we learn, people?
The Commerce Commission wants you
While you're on hold with your telco, why not take the time to fill in the Commerce Commission's quick survey on what you'd like and dislike about your telecommunications providers. It'll help pass the time.
Facebook launches own cryptocurrency
First it came for your cat videos, then it wanted your demographic data, finally it took your privacy. Now Facebook just wants your wallet.
Tech sector performance review: employees weigh in
Employer technology choices remain among the top three requirements Kiwi staff have, according to the latest Randstad annual employer brand survey.
The taxman cometh, albeit slowly
Finance ministers from the G20 nations have agreed to press ahead with plans to reform the global tax regime to limit the amount of tax avoidance currently carried out by some of our largest tech comp…
Digital giants to face DST
Should multinationals be able to move profits around the globe and "minimise their tax burden" or should they support the local economies in which they operate?
This is the question facing the gove…
Brislen on Tech: Budget edition
The Budget is finally here but what a warm-up act that was. We take a closer look at the story of the week, and then at the actual Budget itself.
And then... Do you remember where you were when the…
Report into Chorus subbies finds fault
The UFB has been held up as a shining example of how best to build fibre to the home on a national scale, but underneath the accolades have been accusations of worker exploitation and shoddy build pra…
Govt seeks feedback on procurement
The New Zealand Government spends around $41 billion a year on procurement, so it makes sense that officials are keen to get the process right. It has this week opened the 2019 Business Survey and is …
Apple axes wireless charging for now
Apple has killed off its AirPower wireless charging product before it even launches. What does that mean for Auckland-based PowerbyProxi, the company behind the capability that Apple bought for $100 m…