Yahoo New Zealand has today announced the launch of its mobile app - offering a stunning mobile experience for Kiwis on-the-go.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., introduces its newest and most advanced curved monitor, model SE790C, delivering an enhanced immersive and comfortable viewing experience for multi-media entertainment and multi-tasking.
AncestryDNA - part of Ancestry, the world’s largest online family history resource, has launched in New Zealand today revolutionising the way Kiwis discover more about themselves and their family history, and how they connect with relatives they didn’t know existed.
Acer today announced its 2015 refresh of the Aspire Z Series all-in-one PCs, with the 23.8-inch Aspire Z3-710 with capacitive 10-point multi-touch, and the 19.5-inch ZC-700, both sporting a Full HD (1920x1080) LED backlit display.
Minister of Internal Affairs Peter Dunne says thousands of New Zealand online passport renewal applicants now have an easy, fast way to get a RealMe verified identity and access a range of online services.
The passing of the Telecommunications (Development Levy) Amendment Levy Bill underscores the Government’s commitment to extending enhanced connectivity to regional New Zealand, says Communications Minister Amy Adams
Budget 2015 sets aside funding to deliver on the Government’s commitment to roll out world-class internet connectivity for New Zealanders with the extension of its flagship broadband initiatives, Communications Minister Amy Adams says.
A three-way partnership between Cardrona Alpine Resort, Snow Sports New Zealand and the managing trust of Audi quattro Winter Games NZ is investing in a permanent network of fibre optic cable that will streamline event management at the ski field and form the basis of a world-leading sports analy
Auckland Airport, in partnership with TripIt from Concur, is set to introduce a new app that will help visitors to the airport have a seamless and stress-free travel experience.
Spark New Zealand says it's no surprise that new research has shown emoji is the fastest growing language on the planet.
The survey, released in the UK by the TalkTalk group, shows that emoji is used by 80% of all Brits.
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