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Engaging young voters with online interactive tool

The interactive online tool that boosted youth voting turnout at the 2014 election is back.

Massey University’s Design+Democracy Project designed On the Fence to encourage young New Zealanders to vote in next month’s general election and increase voter turnout.

CERT report captures just the tip of the iceberg - Muller

Kiwis need to keep talking about cyber security as criminals are using technologies to find new ways to undertake crime, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.

Kiwi kids to take part in breaking world record

School children all over New Zealand on Tuesday will be part of a world record setting event to get the most kids coding in 24 hours.

Potential in the blockchain - expert

The blockchain is nothing new to computer scientists, but its technology keeps changing and its potential is under-developed.

We’re designing robots that see for Aussie SMEs

Meet the first in a new wave of robots that will revolutionise manufacturing among Australia’s small to medium size enterprises - creating more jobs locally.

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Telco Bill will protect fair broadband prices after 2020 - InternetNZ

Today the Government released draft legislation to regulate wholesale telecommunications networks. It confirms new measures to protect consumer interests, to support better service quality and fair prices for users.

Canterbury Tech Summit celebrates technology boom

Canterbury Tech is bringing together the country’s top tech talent as the industry rides a boom that could see it overtake dairy as the biggest exporter

VUW adopts Panopto as its virtual collaboration platform

Panopto, a leading video platform for higher education (https://www.panopto.com/ ), today announced that it has been selected by Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand to provide a comprehensive campus-wide video platform for academics and students to create, view and collaborate on edu

Beyond lie detectors: 'The brain does not lie'

What if we had the technology to read your mind? University of Canterbury academics are investigating the forensic potential of brain scanning technology, also known as ‘brain-fingerprinting’, and will discuss the innovative project in an upcoming UC Connect public lecture.

Qrious unveils 'LoQal Destinations' for NZ tourism industry

Qrious unveils LoQal Destinations, a pioneering big data insights-as-a-service software product for the NZ tourism industry

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