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Announcing the State of the Internet 2017

InternetNZ have released the 2017 State of the Internet report, the third annual report of its kind; the first being in 2015.

Jupl leads wearable technology race at Samsung Healthcare Summit

Jupl leads wearable technology race at Samsung Healthcare Summit

Jupl, a New Zealand software company, is showcasing leading edge wearable Healthcare technology at the inaugural Samsung Healthcare Summit being held in Sydney, today.

Pointers for security cameras and drones

Don’t be creepy! Don’t record activities that would otherwise be private. Don’t point a security camera directly at a neighbour’s property, doors or windows.

Project to explore how next-generation robots can work with humans

Primary sector and manufacturing employees may find themselves with some interesting new colleagues in the next few years as researchers develop robots that can be trained to work alongside people in factories and the great outdoors.

2degrees to bring WiFi calling to New Zealand

Regardless of network, we’ve all had to stand on the picnic table, dash up the hill or seemingly hop on one leg to successfully make a call or send a text from some of our great Kiwi holiday spots.

MobileTECH 2018: Agritech programme focusing on digital technologies

Artificial intelligence, machine learning and smart data are major themes at next year’s MobileTECH 2018.

New Zealand industries trial advanced GPS technologies

Land Information New Zealand has kicked off a trial to look at how Kiwi industries could benefit from the latest satellite positioning technologies.

NZ to be at the forefront of AI

Auckland University’s Michelle Dickinson and Soul Machines business chief Greg Cross are among top key speakers at the biggest artificial intelligence (AI) event ever to be held in New Zealand next year.

D-Link NZ launches new Modern Router

D-Link NZ has launched its fastest-ever Modem Router, the AC5300 MU-MIMO COBRA, a Modem Router the likes of which New Zealand has never seen before.

Amnesty reveals alarming impact of online abuse against women

New research by Amnesty International has revealed the alarming impact that abuse and harassment on social media are having on women, with women around the world reporting stress, anxiety, or panic attacks as a result of these harmful online experiences.

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