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Canterbury tech entrepreneur returns to help the SVA mobilise nationwide

Until quite recently, University of Canterbury graduate and Kiwi entrepreneur Guy Horrocks was living in New York helping launch a new data management company, Solve.

Telco industry condemns wilful damage to mobile network - TCF

The NZ Telecommunications Forum (TCF) strongly condemns wilful damage to New Zealand’s mobile networks, which is causing disruption when the industry is responding to increased demand for phone and internet services during the Alert Level 4 Covid-19 lockdown.

Australia's NBN draws on expertise to deliver high-speed broadband through COVID-19

Stephen Rue, chief executive of Australia’s wholesale broadband provider NBN Co, today provided a fresh update on how nbn combined with the broader global and local telecommunications industry continues to support the nation during the COVID-19 crisis as more Australians rely on broadband servi

Discovery finds 'Goldilocks conditions' needed for quakes to trigger a volcanic eruption

A chance discovery by researchers at GNS Science has shed light on why it is possible for an earthquake, in rare conditions, to trigger a volcanic eruption.

UFF waives fibre wholesale costs for student households without broadband

Central North Island fibre company Ultrafast Fibre will waive its monthly wholesale connection charges for families with school-aged children living in homes without broadband connectivity.

Enable set to deliver fibre broadband to digitally excluded Christchurch school children

Christchurch fibre broadband network provider, Enable, has offered to provide a free wholesale fibre broadband service into every home it can where there is a school student currently unable to access the internet.

Keeping your technology germ free - Computer Recycling

How to protect your devices and yourself from harmful bacteria and germs.

'Innovative virtual exchange enriches student experience'

Massey student Jessica Dibben is used to studying online- she has already completed a Bachelor of Business Studies by distance learning. But when it comes to studying her Comparative Security Issues course this semester, it’s a little bit different.

50,000 free wholesale broadband connections - InternetNZ

InternetNZ is pleased to see Chorus, ISPs, and the Government working together to find solutions to increasing digital inclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

New app traces contacts, retains privacy, says expert - Koi Tu

Using digital data for contact tracing could be a powerful tool for containing the spread of COVID-19 and a new technology app in Singapore could help address fears of data privacy, says a digital data expert.