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TomTom City extends to 50 cities - including Wellington

TomTom (TOM2) today announced that TomTom City - a traffic portal that provides live traffic and travel information - has now extended to 50 cities.

ARANZ Geo releases My Leapfrog web portal

ARANZ Geo Limited, developer of 3D geological modelling software Leapfrog, has released the My Leapfrog web portal to enable Leapfrog users to easily access all of their Leapfrog information in one place.

Gaming workshops lead to 'aha' moments and engage kids

An NZCER evaluation has found a recent pilot project that offered gaming workshops in seven public libraries around New Zealand boosted young people’s interest in science and technology and inspired them towards a career in gaming, programming and/or coding.

100% growth highlights NZers' appetite for internet data

The amount of internet data being consumed by New Zealand households on Chorus’ network has grown almost 100% to more than 100 gigabytes (GB) a month since the start of 2015, according to figures released today by Chorus.

Cyber challenge to test the best

"Building a website is easy, but trying to protect it is a whole other ball game," says Waikato University PhD candidate Mark Will, one of the designers of this year’s Cyber Security Challenge.

New Walking Access mapping system now live

The New Zealand Walking Access Commission has launched an improved version of its free nationwide Walking Access Mapping System to make it even easier for people to identify public access in the outdoors.

New Walking Access mapping system now live

The New Zealand Walking Access Commission has launched an improved version of its free nationwide Walking Access Mapping System to make it even easier for people to identify public access in the outdoors.

Computer geeks 'set for extinction'

The Minister of Education today announced that digital technology will be integrated into the New Zealand curriculum by 2018 and included as a strand of the technology learning area.

School digital change programme can do better - IT Professionals

The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (IITP), New Zealand’s technology professional body representing thousands of IT professionals across New Zealand, welcomes the expansion of digital tech in schools announced by Minister of Education Hekia Parata today, however is disappointed the broader cha

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