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EFF to FCC: Prevent ISPs from following your every internet move

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today to update privacy rules to prevent broadband Internet access service providers from recording and sharing their customers’ every move online.

First Maori emoji already taking social media by storm

The world’s first Maori emoji keyboard ‘Emotiki’ for iPhone and Android is being launched by Te Puia in mid-July with 150 characters including tiki pukana expressions, taiaha, hangi, waka ama, kete and more.

Spark rolls out 4G broadband in Southland

Residents and visitors to the southernmost parts of New Zealand can now do more things with their mobile devices, as Spark has rolled out 4G across existing cell sites in the Southland region.

Panasonic launches new DX900 TV series

Panasonic has today launched their new flagship 4K Pro Smart Ultra-High Definition (UHD) DX900 television series.

ITx 2016 programme released

This year IITP is collaborating with 12 tech associations to bring one mega-conference to New Zealand, ITx 2016, and now's your chance to be there.

Geeks roll in to GigCity

Today, Geeks on Wheels launch its mobile computer service in Dunedin.

New startup targets NZ early adopters

There is perhaps nothing more frustrating for an early adopter than being unable to obtain the latest gadgets as soon as they are released in the U.S. market.

AKA launches app to 'solve relief teacher problem'

Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) this week launched a new mobile app to manage its relief staff bookings. The Jitbug Relievers App, is a secure time saving app that matches schools and early childhood education services with the relievers that they need.

Smart phone genius camera unveiled by Vodafone and Huawei

Vodafone today announced the launch of the world’s latest premium smartphones - offering outstanding dual-camera photography for brilliant pictures even in low light conditions.

Kiwis to Government: 'Don't share our social media records'

Kiwis are more worried about government agencies sharing their social media records than their credit history, income details, family court records and even their suspected but unproven criminal activity.

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