With the Christmas shopping rush in its final week, new research confirms that Kiwis are increasingly more reliant on technology to shop and are even becoming less resistant to the idea of contactless payment using a mobile phone.
A $130,000 Rotary grant has enabled a Far North education trust to expand a revolutionary internet-based teaching system across the region.
Robots may soon see the world differently thanks to work being done at Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Engineering and Computer Science.
The Government has today released a new carrier licence condition declaration for owners of superfast fixed line broadband networks targeting residential customers.
The Office of the NZ Privacy Commissioner is among 23 overseas privacy enforcement partners that are calling on app marketplaces to make it mandatory for mobile app developers to post links to privacy policies prior to download if they’re going to collect personal information.
A NorthTec business student is helping the Northland Taniwhas keep their training on track through GPS technology.
Pandora, the leading internet radio service, today announced it is now available locally in New Zealand on Chromecast, Google’s new TV--connected device that wirelessly delivers online audio and video entertainment to screens across the home.
Age Concern is encouraging older New Zealanders to connect with their communities through the free and private neighbourhood website Neighbourly.co.nz.
The robots might not match the Terminator but it was hoped the students controlling them might one day use the catchphrase ‘’I’ll be back’’ at the Lincoln University Include IT Day this week.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is embracing all the positives that have come out of Dunedin's Gigatown campaign.
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