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Cyber security conference coming to New Zealand

The annual International Organization for Standardization (ISO) event, responsible for cyber security international standards such as the ISO/IEC 27000 series, is coming to Hamilton in April this year.

Free wifi proving popular and going well

The Council supplied free WIFI in Taumarunui, Ohakune and Raetihi is proving popular with hundreds of people using the service every day.

Ruapehu District Council IT Manager Stuart Campbell said that Council was really happy with how the service was running and its number of users.

OPPO signals upcoming launch In NZ

OPPO is pleased to announce it is establishing a presence in New Zealand and will provide a range of its products to New Zealanders.

"New Zealand is a location where our devices will be very competitive," said Kuan Li, Head of Marketing, OPPO New Zealand.

Opito Bay takes out top spot for most connected holiday spot

Opito Bay has topped Vodafone’s list of the most connected holiday hotspot in New Zealand for the second year running, according to data that’s just been released.

Developers beat early adopters to new technology

Leading edge know-how was developed in Hamilton ahead of a new programming platform’s final release to the world.

Norton introduces new high-performance Wi-Fi router

Building on a heritage of industry-leading and award-winning security software, Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) changes the future of digital safety with the announcement of Norton Core.

New keyboard BlackBerry revealed at CES

TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd. ("TCL Communication") today offered a first look at its new BlackBerry premium keyboard smartphone at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

You spin me right round: the enduring appeal of vinyl in a digital age

Not so long ago, records were the preserve of muso anoraks and hipsters. Now they’re back in big box.

Spark adds better 4G service to Coromandel sites at Hahei and Red Hill

Two sites in the areas of Hahei and Red Hill have been upgraded to better 4G service.

Spark has also switched on new mobile sites at Kauaeranga Valley, Manaia, Te Puru, delivering new coverage to the area.

Spark adds better 4G service to three Coromandel areas

In anticipation of an increase in data use this summer, Spark has switched on 4G mobile service in site at Kauaeranga Valley, Manaia, and Te Puru in the Coromandel, making it even easier for Kiwis to share their summer adventures via Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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