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Panasonic launches NZ's first 4K Ultra-High Definition Blu-ray Player

Panasonic New Zealand has today unveiled New Zealand’s first 4K Ultra-High Definition (UHD) Blu-ray Player, the DMP-UB900, an exciting new product that brings breath-taking picture quality, far better than the cinema into the home.

MSD makes its services 'cheap as' for clients

The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) has removed cost as a factor for its clients to access its services off any digital device on a mobile network, by providing "Cheap As Data."

Solar powered phone charger tower debuts in Lower Hutt

Running out of charge on your cellphone could be a distant memory for residents and visitors to "Technology Valley", Lower Hutt.

Hotels.com integrates Uber into mobile app

Hotels.com today announced the integration of Uber into its award-winning mobile app, enabling customers to book an Uber to take them directly to their hotel at the touch of a button.

$40m Rotorua UFB build completed

Rotorua’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) rollout is now complete, meaning nearly 27,000 local residents can connect to New Zealand’s growing fibre network, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.

UFB build completed in Rotorua, broadband consumption soaring

Chorus has today announced it has finished building its Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network in Rotorua, meaning nearly 26,000 households, businesses, schools and health facilities now have access to fibre.

Virtually sold on YHA

YHA New Zealand puts its commitment to their tech-smart audience into practice by offering 360⁰ tours across multiple platforms.

Panasonic launches new Ultra-Wide Angle LUMIX Lens

Panasonic New Zealand has today introduced a new lens for its popular range of LUMIX G Micro Four Thirds System cameras - the 24mm Ultra-Wide Angle F1.4 High-Speed Single Focal Length LEICA DG SUMMILUX Lens (H-X012).

Welcome to Priority Driving - TomTom

 "Welcome to Priority Driving". That’s the message TomTom (TOM2) is communicating to drivers through its latest integrated communications campaign.

'Mrs Kim' mobile game released

If Nintendo decided to make their own brand of hot sauce the world might be a little confused, but the entrepreneurs behind Yogiyo, a Korean cooking brand have taken a step in the opposite direction with the release of "Mrs Kim", a Flappy Bird style runner game that is almost as addictive as thei

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