Articles By Juha Saarinen

E-passports with RFID chips cracked

E-passports with RFID chips cracked

The New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is not concerned about reports from the U.K. that say RFID (radio...

November 29th, 2006 Juha Saarinen
Prime Minister slates New Zealand broadband

Prime Minister slates New Zealand broadband

In the strongest indication yet that Telecom faces further regulation, Prime Minister Helen Clark slated broadband offerings for New Zealanders...

February 15th, 2006 Juha Saarinen
Telecom New Zealand drops WiMax spectrum bid

Telecom New Zealand drops WiMax spectrum bid

Telecom New Zealand Ltd. has decided to drop its application with the Commerce Commission to acquire half of two radio...

November 27th, 2005 Juha Saarinen
Hacker hits Telecom NZ’s voice mail system

Hacker hits Telecom NZ’s voice mail system

Telecom New Zealand Ltd.’s 027 voice mail system is vulnerable to the same hack that led to the theft of...

May 12th, 2005 Juha Saarinen
More details emerge on Telecom NZ’s NGN network

More details emerge on Telecom NZ’s NGN network

Details of Telecom New Zealand Ltd.’s “Next Generation Network” are starting to emerge as customers enter into negotiations to use...

November 30th, 2004 Juha Saarinen
TelstraClear wants a bigger piece of DSL cake

TelstraClear wants a bigger piece of DSL cake

Unhappy with what it terms as games by Telecom New Zealand Ltd. that undermine competition, rival telco TelstraClear yesterday announced...

November 4th, 2004 Juha Saarinen
NZ mobile operators coy over adult content

NZ mobile operators coy over adult content

While Australia’s SingTel Optus Pty. Ltd. and Hutchison Telecommunications Australia Ltd. are happy to provide pornography to mobile phone customers,...

October 26th, 2004 Juha Saarinen
NZ ISPs say no to policing users

NZ ISPs say no to policing users

Australia's free trade agreement with the United States has prompted the Business Software Alliance (BSA), the software vendor anti-piracy organization,...

July 27th, 2004 Juha Saarinen
Compromised PCs used for massive xenophobic spam run

Compromised PCs used for massive xenophobic spam run

Internet service providers in New Zealand and around the world are battling to stem a deluge of spam with xenophobic...

June 10th, 2004 Juha Saarinen