Tech Week 2017

Cities in global war for talent

Melissa Clark-Reynolds would like to see cars barred from Wellington's Lambton Quay.

Auckland can't be one of the cities of the future, says Wellington entrepreneur.

Techweek'17: Talented Tauranga video

Access Granted: Mike Riversdale and Raj Khushal leave Auckland and head to the Venture Centre in Tauranga as part of ...

Techweek'17 podcast: Techweek in talented Tauranga.

Techweek'17: Farm innovation video

Access Granted: Raj Khushal and Mike Riversdale find out more about farm innovation at Farming 2020.

Techweek'17 podcast: On farm innovation at Farming 2020

Tech industry's funding struggle

Investor Lance Wiggs says an absence of billion-dollar
investment firms playing in the technology sector has led to ...

New Zealand has limitless technology ideas, but it lacks big money to fund their growth, investor says.

Closing the fantasy gap

Neal Stephenson has some sage advice for time travellers.

Author and Magic Leap futurist Neal Stephenson believes future technology won't disappoint.

Techweek'17: 'Silicon Mahia' video

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The Access Granted road trip heads to Mahia to check out the technical innovations going on there.

Techweek spawns digital art

One of the Techweek forums held in Christchurch at the EPIC Centre in the central city innovation precinct.

Techweek has provided the opportunity for technology players to outline their projects and aspirations.

Foreign cash for tech firms

The Waipa District Council has taken advantage of a favourable difference in borrowing and investment interest rates ...

Investment from overseas in promising Kiwi technology companies has trebled, report finds.

On the road with Techweek'17 video

Mike Riversdale and Raj Khushal.

Access Granted tech podcasters have hit the road to check out the people and events taking part in the week-long tech fest.

Programmed for success video

Levi Richardson, 10, from Greenacres School in Wellington, runs Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne through the ...

Young computer coders show off their skills at the Beehive.

Bill English goes virtual

It's unclear what virtual reality scenario Prime Minister Bill English was looking at but it captivated his attention at ...

Christchurch's technology companies are holding centre stage this week as they show off their wares nationwide.

Striking it hot in laser tag gallery video

A Delta Strike mobile command station carrying gaming equipment can be used for temporary venues such as this inflatable ...

The game inspired by Star Wars in the 1980s is now a big earner for Christchurch company Delta Strike.

The curse of the Bitcoin video

FILE PHOTO: Bitcoin (virtual currency) coins are seen in an illustration picture taken at La Maison du Bitcoin in Paris, ...

Bitcoin is a controversial poster boy for the technology that makes it hard to steal the virtual currency.

Techweek aims to create 'buzz' video

Techweek is expected to attract thousands more visitors this year.

Event could help build NZ's international reputation as a place to innovate, hopes NZTech.

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