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New cloud-based management platform clarifying the complex for architects - Clarc

Launched this week, Kiwi-designed Clarc is an integrated cloud-based management platform where all the day-

Rocketspark launches first AI SEO tool

New Zealand website builder Rocketspark has launched what is believed to be the first Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool on the market that creates text content for its website users, helping get their businesses in front of more customers online.

International trial of 3D colour hand and wrist scanner announced - MARS

MARS Bioimaging Ltd (MBI) will soon begin a large-scale international trial of its revolutionary new compact 3D-colour hand and wrist scanner, following a successful feasibility study involving New Zealand orthopaedic patients.

Technology helps honour veterans - Porirua City Council

Telling the stories of some of the veterans at rest in Porirua Cemetery has become a lot easier.

Spark launches 5G in Dunedin and brings local street art to life

Spark has turned on 5G in the streets of Dunedin Central and in partnership with local innovators Animation Research Limited (ARL) will bring to life local street art with a one-of-its-kind augmented reality experience, available to the public for free on the 12th and 13th November.

'Innovative customer feedback tool launches COVID-19 protection screens'

There is no need to stop giving feedback to organisations on shared devices during the pandemic thanks to the use of new antiviral and antimicrobial screens, scientifically proven to protect against COVID-19-.

Biotech improving everyday life in NZ - report

Biotech is improving everyday life without most Kiwis realising, a new BioTechNZ research report says.

The landmark BioTechNZ study analysed the state of biotechnology and its impact and benefits for the New Zealand economy and society.

'Communications Tech sector to grow as digital transformation becomes reality'

New Zealand’s Information and Communications Technology sector to grow strongly as digital transformation becomes a reality

'Mobile browser address bar spoofing vulnerabilities revealed'

Cyber Citadel Security Lead Rafay Baloch together with Rapid7 Director of Research Tod Beardsley disclosed address bar spoofing vulnerabilities today in seven mobile web browsing applications.

Kiwis don't care enough about cyber security - NZTech

Covid has suddenly and dramatically increased New Zealand’s reliance on digital devices and the internet, despite this CERT NZ’s research shows Kiwis are not adjusting their behaviours around cyber security fast enough, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.