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Symantec: Waterbug - Espionage Group rolls out brand-new toolset

Today, Symantec has released new information about the Waterbug attack group.

Massey University to create 3D collection

Scans being used for teaching and learning activities.

Massey University is to create a pubic collection of three-dimensional artefacts as part of the digital strategy that aims to deliver a first-class, digitally-enhanced learning experience for students.

OPPO NZ paves the way in smartphone technology evolution

OPPO New Zealand today unveiled the launch of its new premium smartphone series - the OPPO Reno Series - and has introduced two new devices, the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom and the OPPO Reno Z.

Symantec: Cryptojacking extensions found on Google Chrome webstore

Today, Symantec found two Chrome extensions that secretly mine for the Monero cryptocurrency. Both extensions were found on the official Google Chrome Web Store and secretly perform coin mining after they are installed.

Why we need to look at decline, not just growth - prof

Dr Murray Macrae after graduating last month.

TechnologyOne heats up innovation for schools with STEAM Lab pilot launch

Leading enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) provider TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE), has launched its pilot program STEAM Lab for a STEAM-based experiential program aimed at school students at Morayfield State High School, in South-East Queensland.

Now everyone can read subtitles, whenever they want

A new technology developed by researchers at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute allows the hearing-impaired to watch a movie at whatever cinema they like, and never miss a line of dialogue.

The eyes have it

How do our eyes see in 3D, even when we’re looking at a flat screen? Why does the world appear still when we move our eyes? The mysteries of human vision have long been explored by University of Waikato vision scientist Professor John Perrone.

Investment to 'understand and unlock the power of AI'

The Government is investing millions of dollars in the University of Auckland to help understand and unlock the power of artificial intelligence (AI).

Start up secures funding to pilot emergency management bot

Wellington social enterprise start up, Situate Me, has been awarded $60,000 from the Westpac NZ Government Innovation Fund to invest in testing a new emergency management information chatbot that could prove invaluable to New Zealand’s emergency management services.