A technology blog from New Zealand

Bill BennettBill Bennett is an Auckland, New Zealand-based technology journalist and blogger. He freelances for The New Zealand Herald and NZ Business. Bennett specialises in business, technology and telecommunications.He is a regular on radio and television.

You’ll find stories here about telecommunications, personal computing and productivity among other subjects. Take a look at the key categories below.

If you don’t know where to start, try this post explaining the current state of net neutrality in New Zealand. My Writer’s guide to using the iPad Pro is one of the most popular posts. Another story for writers using Apple iPads is My iPad, my accidental typewriter. You may also be interested in Technology writing for beginners.


Recent blog posts

Spectrum buy catapultes Dense Air into NZ cellular

- The arrival of Dense Air has big implications for New Zealand’s cellular market, apart from anything else it will spice up the next spectrum ... read more

Unisys Security Index: Commercial digital identity services face fear barrier

- New Zealanders are happy using digital identities to deal with government agencies. Yet, according to the 2018 Unisys Security Index survey, we’re less happy ... read more

Nokia 7.1 phone giveaway winners

- This giveaway is over. Natasha Quick from Auckland and Paul Cumming from Geraldine each won a Nokia 7.1 mobile phone. Congratulations. I found a slightly older Nokia ... read more

Technology blog categories

Telecommunications > All about the key technology industry >>

Productivity > Squeezing more from your technology investment >>

Mobile > Work, play, communicate while on the move >>

Reviews > Looking at how tech products work in practice >>

Work > How to work smarter, better >>

Media > Read all about it >>

Computing > In plain English


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2 thoughts on “A technology blog from New Zealand

  1. I’ve been meaning to do it for quite a while, but I’ve finally started a stub in the Indieweb wiki for the topic Indieweb for Journalism.
    There is a rapidly growing group of writers and journalists who have been joining the Indieweb movement, and it’s long overdue to create a list of resources specific to the topic to help out ourselves and others in the future.
    I invite others like Dan Gillmor, Richard MacManus, Bill Bennett, Jeff Jarvis, Jay Rosen, Aram Zucker-Scharff and others to feel free to add to, change, or modify the page to add resources they’re aware of as well. Not on the list? Feel free to add yourself too!
    I’d also welcome everyone to join in the conversation online via webchat, IRC, Slack, or Matrix. Hopefully we can all make each others’ sites better and more useful for our daily writing work. (If anyone needs help logging into the wiki or getting set up, I’m happy to help.)
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