An international project looking at websites and apps used by children has raised concerns over the personal information they collect.
At IFA 2015, Sony Mobile unveiled its next-generation Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact, and the world’s first 4K smartphone Xperia Z5 Premium - each engineered to make everyday experiences better.
InternetNZ welcomes the Government's Digital Convergence Green Paper, released today, identifying a range of policy and legislative issues relating to the Internet in New Zealand.
New Zealand Red Cross has moved 95 per cent of its IT infrastructure to the cloud to improve its resilience from natural disasters.
McDonalds IT is working with Red Cross to reduce the organisation’s risk of having its IT systems crippled during a natural disaster.
It’s OK to be online on the toilet but not at the dinner table and if you are having trouble getting your partner’s attention in bed it could well be because they are on their smartphone, if a new survey on digital attitudes and etiquette is anything to go by.
By winning the TV quiz show Jeopardy in 2011, the IBM Watson supercomputer set a new standard for the use of computers in data analytics. Today, the amount of data created about our health is growing at a massive rate.
Project X is a hands-on electronics and computer programming activity for children at intermediate schools. It addresses New Zealand’s need to get more young people interested in becoming creators, rather than just users, of digital technologies.
This week N4L (Network for Learning) will connect the 2000th school to its Managed Network, bringing fast, reliable internet services to 80% of the country’s schools.
Yahoo New Zealand has today launched Yahoo Livetext, a new one-to-one live video texting app for iPhone and Android. Yahoo Livetext blends the convenience and ease of texting, with the immediacy and vividness of live video.
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