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Windows 7 is now a security risk - Company-X

Hundreds of millions of Windows 7 computers became vulnerable to cyber-attacks after Microsoft ended support for its popular operating system on January 14, writes Company-X co-founder and director David Hallett.

Researchers develop technique to 3D print 'living' plastics

In a world-first, researchers at the University of Auckland have demonstrated how to 3D print a ‘living’ resin, a novel technique that enables the creation of ‘living’ and ‘self-repairing’ plastics, and could be a game changer in medical implants and the recycling of plastics.

Brainwave activity that reveals knowledge of crime - research

An innovative research project that detects brain activity revealing individuals’ knowledge of criminal behaviour is delivering positive results for a University of Canterbury (UC) led research team.

Hamilton City Council pioneering asset inspection software

Hamilton City Council’s rollout of new software to record inspections of its buildings and water network is being followed closely by local government across Australasia.

World attention for New Zealand’s threatened fungi - Manaaki Whenua

Established in 1964, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species ( is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s biodiversity.

The emergence of ‘Creepware’ and the Next 12 Months in Security and Privacy - NortonLifeLock

Here is what NortonLifeLock experts expect over the course of the upcoming year

The emergence of new technologies and devices in an increasingly connected world also means consumers will encounter a range of vexing new cyber security and privacy challenges.

New Suunto 7 takes Suunto in a different direction

The long-awaited next generation of Suunto arrives with the reveal of the new Suunto 7, a premium smartwatch that combines Suunto’s versatile sports expertise with the helpful smart features from Wear OS by Google™.

'NZ striving to create an inclusive digital identity environment'

Aotearoa New Zealand has a golden opportunity, now at the start of a new decade, to demonstrate a truly inclusive digital identity environment, Digital Identity New Zealand (DINZ) executive director Andrew Weaver says.

Dallas Cowboys choose Trintech's Adra software solution

Trintech, a leading global provider of integrated Record to Report software solutions for the office of finance, today announced that the Dallas Cowboys have chosen its industry-leading software, Adra, to automate and simplify its financial processes.

Scientists exposing New Zealand’s pesticide testing - Flora and Fauna

A modern, independent laboratory’s toxicology report from dead wildlife collected from a beach in South Island

has highlighted how the Government’s pesticide testing regimes are not fit for purpose.