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Vodafone joins Spark in 5G-powered wireless broadband business
Vodafone has begun offering a wireless broadband service over the 5G network it has constructed in parts of the country, offering a faster, untethered alternative to fibre and copper connections.
SpaceX keeps the Starlink launches coming, reveals NZ pricing
Space X will undertake back-to-back Starlink satellite launches this week as it races to build out its global network and launch services, including in New Zealand.
Law change being considered over Covid tracing privacy
The Government is getting advice on a potential law change to clarify when Covid tracing app data can be used by agencies, including the Police and our intelligence services.
Jassy's job: keeping the Amazon empire intact
It's less of a changing of the guard at Amazon than a consolidation of the old order. But new CEO Andy Jassy has his work cut out for him fending off regulators and satisfying investor demands.
Search engine wars: Bing to the rescue?
As Australia's tense stand-off with Google continues, Microsoft hAS reached out to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with an offer of help.
Honor looks to go global in life after Huawei
Chinese phone maker Honor debuts its first phone since splitting off from blacklisted parent Huawei. Will its newfound freedom see it target international markets like New Zealand?
Griffin on Tech - A tidy transition, the end of T-Box and streaming Dylan
It could have got really nasty online and on Washington's streets. But a sense of calm pervaded the inauguration of President Biden.
Now the President has to give shape to his approach to dealing w…
SuperWifi - Vodafone's ambitious plan to do away with internet dead zones
Vodafone wants to do away with Wifi dead zones in the home with its new SuperWifi product and is guaranteeing wall to wall coverage - or a $100 credit.
Harmful content vs Free speech online: Who should decide?
To what extent should Facebook, Twitter and others be censoring content and people, and how do you balance harmful content and free speech?
The answer might come down to what the Internet actuall…
Griffin on Tech: The social dilemma, duelling knights and Covid complacency
2021 gets off to a tumultuous start with Trump's de-platforming, plunging use of the Covid Tracer app and a fight over America's Cup graphics. Where's the peace, love and understanding we were promise…
Touchless tech all the rage at CES 2021
CES is normally all about big-screen TVs and new computers, but the pandemic has ushered in a booming new category - touchless tech.