Technology

Showcasing Kiwi cleantech to Silcon Valley

Twelve Kiwi ventures are a step closer to securing partnerships and a slice of around NZ$80 billion invested every year in cleantech startups after returning... Read More

Kiwi's concerns around AI a 'reasonable reaction'

The majority of New Zealanders are concerned about the future use of artificial intelligence, a new study shows. The annual research commissioned by InternetNZ... Read More

Concern about misinformation on the internet

The number of New Zealanders concerned about misinformation has increased significantly, a new study shows. Of the New Zealanders surveyed 65 per cent say... Read More

Our biggest online concerns

New research commissioned by InternetNZ shows a massive number of New Zealanders are concerned about young children accessing inappropriate content online. A... Read More

Scion’s central role in €7.5 million project

Scion's leading biomaterials, 3D printing, packaging, and machine-learning knowledge is being called on as part of a €7.5 million (NZD$13.25m) research... Read More

Ingenuity provides eels with safe sea pathway

New Zealand's first home-grown fish-friendly flood pump, commissioned by Waikato Regional Council, has successfully passed a 1.2-metre-long shortfin eel. The... Read More

Privacy precautions for back-to-school photos

As the 2024 school year is underway, Police encourage parents and carers to take privacy precautions before posting back-to-school photos online. Many families... Read More

Online safety advice from Harold the Giraffe

In a tech-driven world where Kiwi kids seem to navigate smartphones and tablets as effortlessly as riding a bike, the responsibility of buying a child's... Read More

MetService rolls out storm and fire notifications

MetService will send notifications to people in the paths of extreme storms or in areas with a high fire risk. The weather monitoring agency is rolling out... Read More

Mapping 140,000 landslides for safer communities

New Zealand now boasts one of the largest single-event inventories of landslides globally. Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury Senior... Read More

Trade Me buyer 'scammed by dead woman'

A man who says he was scammed by a fraudster impersonating a dead woman on Trade Me wants the site to give more information about how it happened. Glenn... Read More

Plugging the leak in NZ’s water infrastructure

A UC research team has received $360,000 in Marsden funding to develop technology to assess and inform water use and infrastructure across New Zealand. In... Read More