Chris Keall 2degrees tells customers to restart phones after nationwide outage Sat 30 Jul Service restored. UPDATED. Vaughn Davis The Moxie Sessions: Thought for food: Can technology help feed the world? WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 29 Jul OPINION: Innovations in food tech are so hot right now. Paid content Nathan Smith Serious cybersecurity skills shortage sparks calls for better training Fri 29 Jul 1 The shortage makes every organisation a 'more desirable hacking target.' Paid content Jenny Ruth Sage isn’t “relatively safe” says Xero’s UK boss Fri 29 Jul Analysts may have concluded that Sage has a “relatively safe” market position, but that’s not how Xero’s UK managing director Gary Turner sees it. With special feature audio. Paid content Campbell Gibson Gaming company founder after acquisition: 'we will retain control' Fri 29 Jul Marker Metro was one of four companies in the Ulysses Group, which was acquired by The Marketing Group for just under €18.6 million. With special feature audio. 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Blis Technologies forecasts first profit of more than $700k in 2017 Chorus recruiting ex-technicians from Fisher & Paykel to tackle winter faults Quin defends Callaghan tenure NZ government should maximize TPP ‘wiggle room,’ says InternetNZ boss G3 delays planned capital raise Pushpay director says why he bought $1.8m worth of shares TradeGecko 'doing millions in revenue' as ex-Kiwi startup builds customers from Singapore Trump’s close financial & political ties with Russia will ultimately hurt him, security expert says Harmoney generates $8.6m of revenue in first year Punakaiki Fund invests in Taranaki software company Parking makes sense in Cambridge company’s multi-million dollar US win Tech entrepreneur Tony Lentino dies Electromagnet manufacturer Buckley Systems doubles factory space Trade Me gets fewer snooping requests from govt agencies – but others report mixed results Dotcom breached asset freeze Yahoo sold for knockdown price Vodafone reports landline gains, more profitable mobile mix for NZ operation GeoOp founder reassures after Kickstarter project blows deadline, angering customers Good news and bad news for Sky TV in Netflix' horror result NZ to get first HoloLens customers Xero is beating Sage’s mainstream product in Britain: Drury Xero ‘stretching credibility,’ MYOB’s ‘noise’ – eGST war continues David and the drones Businesses say they can't afford to replace outdated equipment NetSafe piles on staff as it prepares to become Kiwi social media sheriff Stack to the future: new tech centre marks major NZ data tech play UPDATED: Fairfax, NZME chuck toys, pull Olympic accreditation Xero and Vend deepen integration with global partnership Facebook Live piracy: Martin Sneddon on Duco’s journey from anger to learning Xero needs 'hundreds of thousands' of US customers before Nasdaq listing: Drury Xero to beef up product offer; millionth customer due this year Wine Grenade investing $600,000 into R&D The Icehouse has governance refresh as its reviews long-term target TeamTalk hires former Alcatel-Lucent NZ boss Andrew Miller as CEO Satellite startup promises Kiwis broadband at a killer price Phitek flies high, invests in wifi Serko CFO Tim Bluett resigns Tech incubator Powerhouse revalues portfolio pre-ASX listing Sky tries to limit Olympic footage use, stoush ensues With Republican Convention coverage, Facebook, Twitter point to future of broadcasting Uber New Zealand has overreached and created a PR disaster G3 Group equity crowdfunds for liquidity Trade Me to return to growth but only in the short term: analyst Smartpay shares soar to 20-month high on tiny volumes NZSA says shareholders should approve Xero option payments BEN KEPES on why NZ needs creative thinking but shouldn’t be like the Valley Eat My Lunch raises $800k of debt Valintine's latest venture targets mid-career development All access pass: how activists use satellites to impact foreign policy Telco law review favours consumers over investors, First NZ says Documents reveal true cost of IRD upgrade Semble drops core offering PushPay pushes for US-based director CropLogic spurns NZX in favour of Australian cousin NZ agri-tech startup CropLogic crowdfunds $500,000 to pay for ASX listing Pushpay expands from faith to utilities and seeks ASX listing Bluetooth beacons to help tourist drivers – but safety campaigner has concerns Pokemon Go to offer businesses sponsored locations Kiwi start-up SHI Global wins contract to supply health IT platform in Queensland ComCom to focus on vertical, conglomerate effects of Sky TV/Vodafone merger Addressing human cybersecurity risk: lessons from Pokémon Go Pushpay lifts ACMR by 40% over June quarter as it targets US faith sector Carbon recycler LanzaTech widens annual loss to $US38m as revenue falls Pokemon Go maker issues fix for embarrassing privacy gaffe Ten companies selected for Vodafone’s business accelerator RAW DATA: Excellence in IT Awards handed out at gala event Rocket Lab signs fourth major satellite launch client Sky-Vodafone merger and, yes, Pokemon Go hang over Telco Act review Pokemon Go-ers trespass on electrical site Editor's Insight: How well is broadband delivering economically for NZ? POLL RESULT: Should Callaghan have a strategic review following its CEO's resignation? Adams proposes hybrid price regulation for telco networks RNZ switches off comments Warning: Pokemon Go can read your email Pokemon Go a milestone for gaming industry GeoOp shares jump 11% after annual revenue beats merger document forecast Three tech leaders sign open letter criticising Hekia Parata's curriculum changes POLL RESULT: Should Facebook take down the Louisiana police shooting video? Aussies in for tax cuts, Google for walloping, as Shorten concedes Police use robot to kill Dallas sniper suspect Blis Technologies shares fall 11% after price query The Moxie Sessions: Free peer tomorrow: why the sharing economy might not be what it seems Data held to ransom? Pay up, lawyer says Sky TV closing down igloo, its low-cost pay TV service that lost millions 'Ultra-shoddy' installations: Chorus boss updates on UFB crew numbers, capex impact Who watches the watchers? Private cyber companies, apparently Callaghan Innovation CEO resignation indicative of governance issues Tex Edwards sells his 2degrees stake to Trilogy, closing an acrimonious dispute Tech firm VMob to change name to Plexure Shares in US giant Intuit soar while Xero's languish Hemi Rolleston appointed as interim chief of Callaghan Innovation Fairfax/NZME deal may delay ComCom's Sky/Voda decision, Fellet says Joyce says Callaghan Innovation head Mary Quin did 'a great job'