InternetNZ acknowledges the passage of the Harmful Digital Communications Bill into law this afternoon, and says that the sooner the education efforts at the heart of the legislation start, the better.
New research from Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) reveals that the majority of New Zealanders support monitoring social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to detect possible terrorist activity and to identify public issues and concerns.
NetHui 2015’s programme - developed with the NZ Internet community - has been finalised with a diverse array of sessions exploring issues which will affect the future of the Internet.
Full NetHui programme - 2015.nethui.nz/programme
Sony Mobile Communications ("Sony Mobile") today announced the launch of the Xperia M4 Aqua - a smartphone bringing Sony’s leadership in camera, design, battery and performance to an accessible price point.
Mobile phones are gaining an increasing share in the battle for parental attention, with a third of New Zealand children (32 per cent, surveyed for a recent study, saying their parents spent equal or less time with them than on their devices. The research, conducted by AVG Technologies N.V.
BNZ is poised to offer its customers the choice to use Touch ID - the fingerprint scanning technology built into Apple’s newest devices-- to log in to its personal mobile banking app.
Samoans will soon be connected to cheaper and higher-capacity internet access after the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved a grant of UD$16 Million for the Samoa Connectivity Project today.
The government’s investment of millions of dollars into the Ultra-Fast Broadband network is a bellwether for the future: New Zealand is becoming a more connected nation which views broadband as a fundamental service alongside water, electricity and telephony.
Many Northlanders are underwhelmed by their current broadband and cellphone coverage and are keen for the region to get the benefits of better telecommunications infrastructure.
As Connect Smart week kicks off today, Kiwis are reminded to take simple steps to keep themselves secure online.
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