Kiwi politicians ban TikTok
It seems that the country is worried about what the Americans tell them again
More than 30 years after New Zealand stopped listening to the US after it allowed French spooks to blow up a ship in its harbours, Kiwi politicians are listening to American fears over the TikTok social networking app.
New Zealand considers a shift to digital currency
Looking at Stablecoins in Middle Earth
New Zealand's central bank is exploring the possibility of issuing a digital currency, saying the benefits it would bring include its potential use as a monetary policy tool.
New Zealand's central bank hacked
New Zealand's central bank said Sunday that one of its data systems has been breached by an unidentified hacker who potentially accessed commercially and personally sensitive information. A third party file sharing service used by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to share and store sensitive information had been illegally accessed.
Russians might be behind Kiwi stock exchange outage
Fancy Bear likely candidate
Russian hackers associated with Csar Vlad Putin may have taken down the New Zealand stock exchange for two days.
Kiwis lose seven satellites
We think they are sleeping with the fushes after unlucky 13th launch.
On Sunday morning, local time in New Zealand, Rocket Lab launched its 13th mission. The booster's first stage performed normally, but just as the second stage neared an altitude of 200km, something went wrong and the vehicle was lost.
Kiwi telcos show the way forward
Globaldata praises methods of tackling COVID-19 impact
Beancounters at GlobalData have praised telco service providers in New Zealand for giving a lesson to the rest of the world as to how they should handle the coronavirus impact.
Facebook are 'morally bankrupt liars'
New Zealand's privacy commissioner rather cross
New Zealand's privacy commissioner has waded into the social notworking giant Facebook for refusing to accept any responsibly for the Christchurch attack.
Kiwis backtrack on American assurances of Huawei perils
New Zealand will carry out its own security research
After initially saying that it believed the US smears on Huawei 5G equipment, the New Zealand government is going to investigate the claims itself.
Kiwis reject Huawei
We believe what the US tells us
New Zealand’s intelligence agency has rejected the telecom industry’s first request in the country to use 5G equipment provided by China’s Huawei.
Kiwis come up with colour X-rays
A spin off from the Large Hadron Collider
A couple of kiwi boffins have scanned a human body using their colour medical scanner based on the Medipix3 technology developed at CERN.