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New Zealand company reports software errors - one billion of them
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 17:40

Raygun, a popular error reporting service for web and mobile developers, smashed through one billion errors processed on behalf of their customer base.... Comments (Comments)


Xero and Warehouse Stationery join forces
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 17:06

Xero's vision to connect small business to big business is now a reality with Warehouse Stationery today announced as the next major New Zealand corporate to integrate with Xero.... Comments (Comments)

IBM expands High Performance Computing capabilities in the cloud
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 16:52

IBM is making high performance computing (HPC), as part of technical computing, more accessible through the cloud for clients grappling with big data and other computationally intensive activities.... Comments (Comments)

New Zealand Post Group and Vodafone announce network services agreement
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 12:13

A new agreement between New Zealand Post and Vodafone will lead to a complete redesign of New Zealand Post's network services.... Comments (Comments)

Summer of Tech programme expands to include local manufacturers
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 11:32

The success of the Summer of Tech student internship programme has seen it extended to Wellington manufacturing businesses this year.... Comments (Comments)

NZForex sign up for RealMe online identification
Posted on 24-Jul-2014 11:30

It's even easier to sign up and transfer money internationally after a new agreement between international payments specialist NZForex and RealMe, to use its online identification service: new customers no longer need to physically present identification documents.... Comments (Comments)



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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review
Posted on 10-Jul-2014 13:37

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is a beautiful device. There I said it. Some people around Geekzone will probably know I am not a big fan of Samsung's Galaxy S series of smartphones when it comes to design but the Samsung Galaxy Tab S is an entirely different thing.... Comments (Comments)

Intel NUC D54250WYKH Review
Posted on 2-Jul-2014 13:34

The new Intel NUC is out in New Zealand with more feature while keeping its small form factor.... Comments (Comments)


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Key topics this week include our hands on experience with LG's upcoming G3 handset along with discussion about Vector's fibre network expansion, China's $15 waterproof fitness monitor and sleep monitor and Samsung Galaxy Tab S and its 4G LTE variant. This NZ Tech Podcast hosted by Paul Spain (@paul...
Debugging, old school
Posted by MrWestie on 25-Jul-2014 16:25
MrWestie
This user complained of intermittent crashes and failure to boot.Externally it looked ok.Not too much dust.After opening noticed little black streaks all over the place.Identified as cockrock feces.Sure enough I spotted some live ones chilling out on the ram.I wonder how manymore I will find toasted...
Average NZ broadband usage hits 41GB/month
Posted by sbiddle on 22-Jul-2014 09:50
sbiddle
Unless you've been living under a rock you'll know that the Commerce Commission last year announced plans to cut the price of regulated xDSL based broadband products in NZ. UBA (Unbundled Bitstream Access) is the base Chorus wholesale product that every ISP uses to deliver xDSL based broadband (ADSL...
paulspain
This week we discuss the sale of Sir Peter Maire's Fusion Electronics to Garmin, the death of Trademe competitor Wheedle, Auckland's Gather event, wireless charging, Vodafone and Telecom's battle for 4G supremacy and more on the LG G Watch. This NZ Tech Podcast hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) wit...
Avoid the Web Design Lock in
Posted by cyberhub on 14-Jul-2014 16:58
cyberhub
If I was to ask you who owns your website, your initial reaction to that question may be 'Well I do, I paid a design company thousands of dollars for it'. This is the answer that most people may give but there are a lot of web design companies that are using proprietary systems to make websites whic...
paulspain
We discuss Google's wearable Android Wear including a hands on look at the upcoming LG G Watch (which happens to arrive part way through the episode). Also on the agenda - 2degrees new Australian roaming, another investment for Telecom, Unisys' new mobile report, Slingshot's Global Mode gets extra ...
Review: Onkyo TX-NR838
Posted by LennonNZ on 8-Jul-2014 19:26
LennonNZ
I've had Onkyo AMP for a couple of years and I decided to upgrade my 2012 Onkyo TX-NR818 to a new 2014 TX-NR838 last week. I have been waiting for a while for it to be available in NZ so when they came down I ran (drove) down to Avalon (The Distributors in NZ) and bought the first one in New Zealand...
sbiddle
I've never simply posted a press release on my blog before - but this is very exciting news. From the 16th July customer on selected Air New Zealand services will be able to use electronic devices that are switched to flight mode from gate to gate - there will be no requirement to power off these de...
paulspain
On this week's NZ Tech Podcast we discuss 2degrees 4G LTE launch and their customers desire for fixed internet, the highlights of Google's IO Conference, the Govt's $65 towards Hawaiki, Microsoft OneDrive vs Google Drive, CallPlus unlimited business VDSL, Thrifty's 3G hotspot, Menumania's acquisiti...
Mobility Scooter eCarts conversion
Posted by MrWestie on 30-Jun-2014 19:58
MrWestie
After seeing how cheap mobility scooters were going for I decided to try and turn one into a little electric cart for the 'kids'.Mechanically they would be worlds better than the plastic kids ride on toys you can get.eghttps://toyshouse.co.nz/?cms_do=sale&sale_do=sale_show_one_product&product_id=203...


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