HP has announced the HP Slate7, an affordable Android Jelly Bean consumer tablet that provides customers with easy access to Google Mobile services.
New Zealand Cricket has taken the first steps to establish both on-line scoring and a database of cricket fans and players, with the selection of Wellington-based cricket technology company CricHQ to lead the project.
More than 10,000 New Zealand businesses are now operating online because they took advantage of the tools provided by GetOnline.co.nz, a recent Westpac and MYOB initiative designed to help local businesses create a website.
Public Libraries through-out New Zealand are preparing to support members of the public complete Census forms online on Census day Tuesday 5th March.
Akitio Beach residents can now access fast wireless internet services being provided by Inspire Net.
Deployment of the Government’s ultra-fast broadband and rural broadband programmes continue to make good progress, Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams says.
TomTom today introduces TomTom Rider, a new portable navigation device created especially for bikers.
Yahoo! is continuing to work with Telecom to ensure Yahoo! Xtra mail accounts that were compromised last weekend have been secured and its in-depth investigation into the circumstances surrounding this issue is on-going.
By John Kendall, Security program director, Unisys Asia Pacific
New Zealand companies aren’t immune to the dangers of the internet, and the Yahoo Xtra breach demonstrates this far too well.
The Asthma New Zealand mobile app has again made #1 in the Medical category in the New Zealand App Store. This follows the results from a GP Focus group convened by Asthma New Zealand late last year that saw unanimous support for the app and the potential of mHealth.
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