New Zealand’s newest online pet retailer, Pet.co.nz is leading by example with the responsive design of its ecommerce site.
Rotorua District Council (RDC)’s newly implemented programme of free WiFi within the CBD is proving a big hit, with thousands of people already taking advantage of the service.
Internal Affairs Minister Chris Tremain says $14.5 million in new funding for igovt services in 2013/14 demonstrates the commitment to improving New Zealanders’ online interactions with government.
The igovt services have two components:
Vodafone will preview 4G - the world’s fastest mobile network technology - in Queenstown today, prior to its launch in parts of the town on 20 June.
StarLeaf Call, the first true IT-free cloud based video communications solution that promises to change the way businesses deploy, use and pay for video calling and conferencing developed by StarLeaf (www.starleaf.com) is now being distributed and supported in Australia and New Zealand by FaceToF
AVG Technologies, the provider of Internet and mobile security, privacy and optimization to 150 million active users, has today announced two brand new applications in its mobile portfolio. AVG Cleaner and AVG Image Shrinker are now available for free for Android smartphones and tablets.
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) and AUT University’s Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication (ICDC) have formed a strategic partnership that will see the organisations work more closely on Internet research initiatives.
Awa City Computer Clubhouse this week celebrates three years of providing a safe space for young people in the Wanganui community to "connect, explore and create".
The Government will continue supporting Computer Clubhouse, a free after-school learning environment giving young people access to technology, Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Jo Goodhew says.
Online shoppers in New Zealand list the security of their payments as their most important concern, according to the latest annual MasterCard online shopping survey.
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