New Zealand based App and Website Pestur will launch in 2017. Pestur is a social network allowing users to compete with each other in challenges as they work to eradicate different pest species through trapping and hunting.
Business-focused service provider Kordia together with partner Thinxtra, says the deployment of a dedicated new Internet of Things (IoT) network, being established nationwide, has officially passed the halfway mark.
The news that three Local Fibre Companies will be offering a 1 Gigabit product for residential on the Ultra-Fast Broadband network has been welcomed by Communications Minister Amy Adams.
Now in its 5th year, MobileTECH has firmly established itself as one of the leading cross-industry technology events in New Zealand. MobileTECH attracted close to 350 attendees from the agricultural, horticultural and forestry industries in 2016.
Spark has announced today that it has started testing high speed gigabit connections over the Enable Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) fibre network in Christchurch, meaning more people will be able to upgrade their speeds significantly.
Fibre Broadband Provider, MyRepublic has welcomed the announcement that gig technology will be available to consumers in Whangarei, Hamilton, Christchurch and seven regional centres from October this year.
Sensor technologies that can stretch with human motion and help improve how people interact with technology are rapidly developing as a New Zealand company is taking this technology to the world.
At Microsoft’s version of the Olympics, New Zealand just won a silver medal.
Napier City Council’s support of free WiFi within the city has proven popular with both residents and visitors.
Hundreds of schools around New Zealand are taking advantage of an app that makes it simple, and free, to connect with parents and caregivers.
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