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New technologies helping clean up NZ's waterways

New Zealand farmers and companies are starting to use Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, data analytics and automation to decrease impact on New Zealand rivers, a leading national tech expert says.

No need for confusion with Telecommunication Dispute Resolution

Consumers don’t need to be confused about who to contact when they are having telco issues.

Telecommunication Dispute Resolution (TDR) is a free and independent service to help consumers manage complaints about any product or service from their telecommunication provider.

LookSee Global Tech Talent Pool comes to Christchurch

Less than 10 years ago, job titles like ‘Cloud Services Specialist’ , ‘iOS Developer’, or even ‘UX/UI Designer’ simply did not exist.

Kiwis worried about fake news and cyber-bullying

New research released today by InternetNZ shows that almost two thirds of New Zealanders (64%) are concerned about the amount of misleading or wrong information available online - or as it is more commonly known - 'fake news.'

OPPO R11 Dual 20MP camera phone debuts in New Zealand

The OPPO R11 camera phone, the flagship model of the leading global camera phone maker, is now available in New Zealand. Slim and fashionable, the OPPO R11 introduces new breakthroughs in mobile photography, producing clear and beautiful portrait shots of professional-like quality.

Top in NZ - Top 3 in the World at Microsoft Champs

Making to the top three in the world’s largest ICT competition is no easy task. To do it twice is extraordinary!

Free gig-enabled wifi network extends across Dunedin City

A free gig-enabled wi-fi hotspot at Dunedin’s Exchange is the latest in New Zealand’s fastest free city wi-fi network.

NZ’s digital divide now on display

A new map that clearly shows where digital divides exist in New Zealand is now available.

InternetNZ has teamed up with the 20/20 Trust to build an interactive map called the Digital Divide Map - which shows the different digital divides facing New Zealanders and their communities.

Digital citizenship: Empowerment v control in the classroom

Becoming a BYOD school sounds like a sensible idea but if you’re going to do it successfully, it requires careful planning and a solid understanding of online safety and the relatively new Harmful Digital Communications Act (HDCA).

Just Imagine: Developing nations don't need more handouts, they need roads

This glimpse of the future was crafted by: Portia Derby

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