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Kiwi company 'redefines smartphone keyboards'

M.A.D Applications, the self described "Fly My Pretties of geeks" have released their latest version of Thumsta, a one-handed keyboard for Android and Apple phones and tablets.

Fuji Xerox launch next gen MPS

As a mature offering, Managed Print Services has proven its value for organisations across the spectrum - but are New Zealand’s businesses taking full control of their content from end to end?

Govt's open source software licensing consultation a success

A consultation to develop a framework for consistent licensing of New Zealand Government open source software has been carried out successfully in an open and transparent manner, says Paul Stone, Programme Leader Open Government Data at Land Information NZ.

NZ wins world robotics schools champs title

For the eighth year in a row New Zealand has earned the right to call themselves world champions at the VEX world robotics championships held in Louisville, the United States, over Anzac weekend.

Over half of Rolleston now connected to fibre broadband

Today 52 percent of homes and businesses in Rolleston are connected and benefiting from fibre broadband - a remarkable uptake rate that sees the town leading the country.

Gibbons Lectures to focus on health related IT

The Institute of IT Professionals (IITP) is pleased to announce the annual University of Auckland Computer Science Gibbons Memorial Lecture Series will kick off in Auckland on May 5. This year, the focus is on health-related IT projects.

Catalyst rolls out Open Compute hardware in its data centres

At Catalyst, free and open source isn't just what we do, it's what we stand for. That's why we're rolling out Open Compute hardware in our Catalyst Cloud data centres.

New initiatives to give Kiwis head start in tech careers

Thousands of young people from underserved communities in New Zealand will now have the opportunity to get their start in a career in technology thanks to Microsoft grants announced today for two Kiwi computer science education groups.

Green energy cell site gives mobile safety boost

Tourists, police and locals are among thousands set to benefit from a newly built, green energy cell site in the Kauaeranga Valley.

NZ will see dramatic tech changes in the coming decades, NZTech leader

In 10 years, all of New Zealand’s road transport needs could be met by as few as 50,000 self-driving cars operating vastly more efficiently than the 4.7 million vehicles on the road today and the number of accidents could drop to under 1000 per year, a leading New Zealand tech expert says.

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