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KuangChi Science to launch the 'Traveller' from New Zealand
Posted on 24-Nov-2014 20:58Tags News, Computing

KuangChi Science is collaborating with Airways New Zealand and Pengxin International to launch a "near space ship" called Traveller in New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

Coding kids win at 2014 Orion Health Codeworx
Posted on 18-Nov-2014 18:20Tags News, Computing

Several innovative high school students recently received awards in Codeworx, a coding competition organised by eHealth provider, Orion Health. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft takes .NET open source and cross-platform
Posted on 13-Nov-2014 08:59Tags News, Computing

Also announced new development capabilities with Visual Studio 2015, .NET 2015 and Visual Studio Online. Comments (Comments)

ADATA SP610 SSD review
Posted on 11-Nov-2014 19:06Tags Reviews, Computing

My week with The ADATA SP610: From Ho Hum to Oh Wow! Comments (Comments)

Seagate Kinetic Storage Solution slashes costs by removing server layers
Posted on 3-Nov-2014 22:27Tags News, Computing

Kinetic HDD is said to dramatically reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by combining an open source object storage protocol with Ethernet connectivity to eliminate multiple layers of legacy software and hardware infrastructure. Comments (Comments)

Brother MFC-J5720DW review
Posted on 2-Nov-2014 16:24Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

The new Brother MFC-J5720DW multi function printer arrived here just in time for us to try something different: printing photos on canvas. Mind you this is not the only thing this multi-talented printer can do Comments (Comments)

Techvana team launches Computer Museum project
Posted on 31-Oct-2014 07:42Tags News, Computing

With the help of computing enthusiasts nation-wide, an Auckland couple is working to create New Zealand's first dedicated computer museum, using the equity crowd funding website PledgeMe. Comments (Comments)

New Zealand Tech Export grows to $8.3 billion
Posted on 23-Oct-2014 09:25Tags News, Computing

IT Services growth slowed for the $ 1.2 billion revenue TIN100 sector in 2014; but Software Development companies continued to grow strongly in most markets, increasing total revenue by 15%. Comments (Comments)

Intergen acquisition by ASX-listed Empired creates largest Australasian Microsoft services provider
Posted on 21-Oct-2014 10:45Tags News, Computing

The deal creates the largest Trans-Tasman Microsoft services provider with 825 staff across 15 Australasian locations and one North American office. Comments (Comments)

Acer introduces new Chromebook devices in New Zealand
Posted on 20-Oct-2014 19:21Tags News, Computing

Acer today announces the expansion of its Chrome OS range with the availability of the Chromebook 11 and Chromebox CX1. Comments (Comments)

Unisys awards NZTA and McDonald's New Zealand at client and partner event
Posted on 16-Oct-2014 20:36Tags News, Computing

Ten organizations recognized at Universe 2014 for innovations in applying modern technologies to mission critical challenges Comments (Comments)

Noel Leeming brings technology learning to Kiwi communities
Posted on 7-Oct-2014 11:54Tags News, Computing

The initiative's focal point is a high-tech vehicle that will travel throughout New Zealand over the next two years letting students, parents and teachers, senior citizens and community groups experience first hand some of the latest technology Comments (Comments)

HP to separate into two public companies
Posted on 6-Oct-2014 23:52Tags News, Computing

Company will split into Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft launches roadshow for medium-sized businesses
Posted on 6-Oct-2014 09:10Tags News, Computing

Six-city roadshow to show how technology can make the difference in driving business forward. Comments (Comments)

HP to deliver Big Data project for city of Auckland
Posted on 1-Oct-2014 11:15Tags News, Computing

The city of Auckland, New Zealand has selected HP Software to deliver a Big Data project designed to provide a safer community and more efficient roadways for its citizens. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft unveils Windows 10: yes the Start button is back
Posted on 1-Oct-2014 09:15Tags News, Computing

The company also introduced the Windows Insider Program, kicking off its largest-ever open collaborative development effort to change the way Windows is built and delivered to best meet the needs of customers. Comments (Comments)

Registrations for new .nz domain name space open today
Posted on 30-Sep-2014 09:24Tags News, Computing

Shorter, simpler, more representative names directly at .nz can now be registered - for example, anyname.nz. This is in addition to, for example, .co.nz, .org.nz, .maori.nz, etc. Comments (Comments)

Lenovo Set to Close Acquisition of IBM's x86 Server Business
Posted on 29-Sep-2014 19:22Tags News, Computing

Lenovo and IBM announced today that conditions for Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's x86 server business have been satisfied and the parties anticipate they will begin closing the transaction effective on October 1, 2014. Comments (Comments)

Rapoo Mechanical Keyboard KX review
Posted on 29-Sep-2014 14:46Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

We look at a small but fully-feature mechanical keyboard. Comments (Comments)

BitcoinSouth conference to educate and drive Bitcoin adoption in New Zealand
Posted on 24-Sep-2014 13:26Tags News, Computing

As Bitcoin gains interest and popularity worldwide, many people in New Zealand are also embracing the potential of this new type of money as well as the technology behind it. Comments (Comments)

Kiwi Companies at the Forefront of the SKA
Posted on 24-Sep-2014 13:24Tags News, Computing

Two New Zealand IT companies, Open Parallel and Catalyst, are at the forefront of the largest IT project in the world, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope. Comments (Comments)

University of Otago deploys virtual desktop experience to 21,000 students
Posted on 24-Sep-2014 11:19Tags News, Computing

The initiative will enable students to access key University applications on their own devices when, where and how they want. Comments (Comments)

IBM introduces powerful analytics for everyone
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 07:31Tags News, Computing

IBM has announced Watson Analytics, a breakthrough natural language-based cognitive service that can provide instant access to powerful predictive and visual analytic tools for businesses. Comments (Comments)

Te Kura O Hata Maria School wins HP's national technology competition
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 19:56Tags News, Computing

Te Kura O Hata Maria School in Northland has been awarded $10,000 worth of HP products and support for their entry in the inaugural HP Rural Schools Competition. Comments (Comments)

Software Summit cleared for take-off
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 19:16Tags News, Computing

Registrations are open for the annual Canterbury Software Summit 2014, the largest technology event in the South Island. The conference will be held on Thursday, 2nd October and features a heavyweight speaker line-up including keynotes from ex-Microsoft DirectX "renegade" Alex St John, Quid co-founder Sean Gourley, and Telogis CTO Ralph Mason. Comments (Comments)


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