Xmas gift guide
Idealog is New Zealand’s favourite guide to entrepreneurship and innovation in business, design, science and tech
We cover a lot of ‘bright young things’ in Idealog – young entrepreneurs doing dazzling things both here in New Zealand and on the world stage. That’s not surprising. Young ...
Fashion Ghost, a peer-to-peer app designed to help people choose better outfits, won the Auckland Startup Weekend last week. Now the team are looking to secure their spot in the ...
Everyone’s got their own view on what are, or will be, the greatest inventions or most disruptive technologies.
HR managers are too often reliant on clunky, inflexible software that leaves crucial data siloed and inaccessible. Technology writer Bill Bennett investigates how cloud SaaS solutions can create flexible systems ...
A Kiwi-born company providing NBA-style basketball video and statistics to amateur leagues is heading for the spiritual home of the game – America.
A new graphic biography tells the story of the Apple founder for those of us who can’t be bothered reading all those worthy Steve Jobs books out there…
Why stock images company Getty wants to pay you to take pictures of Kiwi women. Plus: "Women laughing alone with salad" and our four other favourite stock image send-ups.
Bushy beards, curly mustachios, black-rimmed spectacles and the conspicuous wearing of flannel congregated at Embassy theatre. Had I stumbled upon an underground meeting of Wellington’s hipster set?
Real TV is inspiring more Kiwi innovation by bringing entrepreneurial stories to life – on video.
Joanna Doolan has a contrary opinion on underworked, overpaid directors
How the age of technology just makes being human that much more important
Social media is the best in the minutes after because there’s an almost instantaneous spread of reports from the ground. Social media is the worst in the 48 hours thereafter because as soon as the bare fact that something is happening gets out there, the internet hive mind inevitably spirals out of control.
Win five short books on big subjects from BWB Texts by Bridget Williams Books.