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Juha Saarinen

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Juha is the Technology Editor of interest.co.nz. He has covered technology and related topics for WiredThe Guardian, The New Zealand Herald, ITnews, and CRN, and other publications.

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MFA, or multi-factor authentication, has become easier to use and you should secure your digital life with it, Juha Saarinen says
21st Feb 24, 11:41am
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MFA, or multi-factor authentication, has become easier to use and you should secure your digital life with it, Juha Saarinen says
Alleged Russian ransomware raiders arrested and charged as UK and US level LockBit gang
21st Feb 24, 9:38am
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Alleged Russian ransomware raiders arrested and charged as UK and US level LockBit gang
Only humans can hold patents, and not AI: US Patent Office says
17th Feb 24, 9:21am
Only humans can hold patents, and not AI: US Patent Office says
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he believes Meta's Quest 3 beats Apple Vision Pro
16th Feb 24, 9:48am
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he believes Meta's Quest 3 beats Apple Vision Pro
A further 10,000 homes and businesses will be reached by new Chorus fibre extension
15th Feb 24, 2:56pm
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A further 10,000 homes and businesses will be reached by new Chorus fibre extension
Sydney-based Orro Group continues acquisition strategy buying Liquid IT in Wellington
15th Feb 24, 10:25am
Sydney-based Orro Group continues acquisition strategy buying Liquid IT in Wellington
Following mega acquisition of VMware, Broadcom removes popular free hypervisor
14th Feb 24, 4:45pm
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Following mega acquisition of VMware, Broadcom removes popular free hypervisor
Sovereign AI an 'enormous opportunity' for world leaders, Jensen Huang of Nvidia says
13th Feb 24, 1:52pm
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Sovereign AI an 'enormous opportunity' for world leaders, Jensen Huang of Nvidia says
Introducing the interest.co.nz technology section - and your chance to win a Yubico YubiKey
12th Feb 24, 3:17pm
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Introducing the interest.co.nz technology section - and your chance to win a Yubico YubiKey
Bard renamed Gemini, now comes with Ultra 1.0 AI model
12th Feb 24, 10:23am
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Bard renamed Gemini, now comes with Ultra 1.0 AI model
Energy-miser technological strategy pays off hugely for chip designer Arm, which now looks to capitalise on the AI boom
9th Feb 24, 2:09pm
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Energy-miser technological strategy pays off hugely for chip designer Arm, which now looks to capitalise on the AI boom
Have messenger-itis with too many apps to keep track of? Solutions are in the works, but they will take time to get right
8th Feb 24, 1:36pm
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Have messenger-itis with too many apps to keep track of? Solutions are in the works, but they will take time to get right
New Zealand part of international Pall Mall Process to tackle spyware and hackers-for-hire
7th Feb 24, 1:18pm
New Zealand part of international Pall Mall Process to tackle spyware and hackers-for-hire
New cross-Tasman data cable to land in Invercargill
4th Feb 24, 9:13pm
New cross-Tasman data cable to land in Invercargill
With Imagen 2 add-on, Google Bard catches up with OpenAI's GPT Plus
2nd Feb 24, 2:15pm
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With Imagen 2 add-on, Google Bard catches up with OpenAI's GPT Plus
Telco industry asks for urgent mobile tower height rules change, to keep up with taller buildings
1st Feb 24, 3:35pm
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Telco industry asks for urgent mobile tower height rules change, to keep up with taller buildings
French startup claims to have worked out how to massively reduce error correction overhead for quantum computers
1st Feb 24, 1:43pm
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French startup claims to have worked out how to massively reduce error correction overhead for quantum computers
Microsoft has gone all-in on AI, for both its customers and enterprise partners, releasing its Copilot feature for business customers locally. Juha Saarinen explains
16th Jan 24, 2:50pm
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Microsoft has gone all-in on AI, for both its customers and enterprise partners, releasing its Copilot feature for business customers locally. Juha Saarinen explains
Akahu's Josh Daniell upbeat about NZ's consumer data right legislation but wary of potential spanners in the works
21st Dec 23, 1:03pm
Akahu's Josh Daniell upbeat about NZ's consumer data right legislation but wary of potential spanners in the works
Google strives to catch up with OpenAI through its new Gemini triplet models
9th Dec 23, 9:01am
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Google strives to catch up with OpenAI through its new Gemini triplet models