Stories by Darren Greenwood

Security Worries Delay NZ Net Lotto

Internet sales of lottery tickets and other online games in New Zealand are still "many months away" because issues such as system integrity and security still have to be worked out, the Lotteries Commission says.

DVI Wins Extra Grant for 3D Research

The New Zealand government has awarded Deep Video Imaging Ltd. (DVI) a grant of more than NZ$500,000 (US$230,000) to research and develop its revolutionary 3D liquid crystal display (LCD) screens.

Lanscape Breaches Client Security

Internet specialist Lanscape Ltd. is performing "ethical break-ins" to convince client companies of the need for greater Internet security.

Singapore Digs Deep for NZ Technology

Hamilton, New Zealand-based Deep Video Imaging Ltd. (DVI) will soon be producing its three-dimensional (3D) technology in Asia after receiving a NZ$690,000 (US$324,000) grant from the Singapore Government.

NZ E-Business Slips Behind

New Zealand is slipping further behind in electronic commerce with each week, says Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand (Tuanz) chief executive Ernie Newman.

Unisys, Clear form ASP alliance

Unisys Corp's New Zealand subsidiary and local telecommunications company Clear Communications have joined forces to offer a fully-operational ASP (application service provider) program.

TradeNZ Targets Washington Firms

Trade New Zealand is asking big-name Washington, D.C. firms to outsource IT work to New Zealand companies and set up R&D centers here.

E-center to Create 700 Jobs in NZ

Information technology will be the focus of a new 'Enterprise Village', north of New Zealand's largest city Auckland, that is expected to create at least 700 new jobs.