Google sister company and darling of the smart home industry Nest has finally arrived in New Zealand. Jihee Junn tries out its range of safety and security products, concluding that while Nest might not be for everyone, stalking people on camera sure is a hell of a lot of fun.
Meat substitute company Sunfed Meats is being taken to the Commerce Commission, accused of misleading consumers over its chicken-free chicken. Jihee Junn looks at how such stoushes are becoming increasingly common as the meat and dairy industries begin to fight back.
Following the raging success of its chicken-free chicken, Sunfed Meats has announced its expanding production, with cow-free beef and pig-free bacon also set to be on their way.
When it comes to understanding artificial intelligence, is science fiction just a pesky distraction from the real dangers out there? Microsoft's authority on all things AI seems to think so, reports Jihee Junn.
Luxury brand Lonely is launching its first-ever maternity range. Its co-founder Helene Morris talks to Jihee Junn about how and why it's catering to mothers (as well as busting a couple of bra-based myths in the process).
Jihee Junn takes a look at some nifty graphs from ATEED’s latest report and gleans some interesting insights about Auckland and its economy.
Eager to outrun the tide of media irrelevance creeping at its doorstep, TVNZ has finally come round to the new world order by going 'big on local, big on audiences, and bigger OnDemand'. Jihee Junn sits down with some of the company's biggest execs to hear about their plan for the future.
Combining the power of US capital and Kiwi engineering, O2O2 Facewear is on the forefront of anti-pollution technology. Jihee Junn talks to CEO Dan Bowden about how the future of filtration is transparent.