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IBM plans to connect Internet of Things to the Enterprise
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 21:03Tags News, Computing

IBM has announced that it will invest $3 billion over the next four years to establish a new Internet of Things (IoT) unit, and that it is building a cloud-based open platform designed to help clients and ecosystem partners build IoT solutions. Comments (Comments)

IBM and Telstra join forces to offer SoftLayer Cloud Platform
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 15:09Tags News, SaaS

With two newly opened data centres in Melbourne and Sydney, moving to the IBM Cloud allows organisations to quickly and securely provision capacity where and when it is required by an individual business. Comments (Comments)

Revera Apollo launches Azure-enabled services to local market
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 14:38Tags News, SaaS

Revera has launched a dedicated Microsoft Azure-enabled platform, called Apollo, providing a single ecosystem to mix and match client workloads across Revera's in-country Azure-enabled cloud platform and Microsoft Azure platforms. Comments (Comments)

Mobile payment solution Semble launches today
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 11:38Tags News, eWallet

Kiwi ingenuity, hard work and determination have paid off today as Semble, New Zealand's first mobile wallet, launched nationally. Comments (Comments)

New Zealand businesses can now use Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online through Australian datacentres
Posted on 31-Mar-2015 09:02Tags News, SaaS

Microsoft New Zealand announced today that Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online services are now available for hosting through Microsoft's Australian datacentres. Comments (Comments)

Kordia and Vadacom in cloud-based PBX play
Posted on 27-Mar-2015 11:33Tags News, VoIP

Kordia NZ has announced a new partnership with Vadacom to deliver a cloud-based PBX solution with lines and calling bundled together in one bill. Comments (Comments)

Wellington companies make the cut in Hi-Tech Awards
Posted on 27-Mar-2015 10:15Tags News, Web media

Wellington's economic development agency is thrilled to see a strong result from the region's high-tech businesses with eight Wellington-based companies named as finalists in this year's Hi-Tech Awards. Comments (Comments)

Fitbit releases new outdoor bike-tracking on Fitbit Surge
Posted on 27-Mar-2015 10:12Tags News, Consumer Electronics

Fitbit Inc. has today announced outdoor bike tracking for Fitbit Surge users as well as multiple device support per account. Comments (Comments)

Kiwi Companies underestimating Risk of cyber attacks
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 16:27Tags News, Security

New Zealand companies are failing to realise the need to insure against cyber attacks, despite a growing number of incidents, according to a top commercial insurance expert. Comments (Comments)

ANZ to launch mobile wallet
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 14:54Tags News, eWallet

ANZ will release a mobile wallet later this year within ANZ goMoney, its own popular mobile banking app. Comments (Comments)

Cyanogen raises $80 Million in Series C Funding
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 10:02Tags News, Android

With offices in Palo Alto and Seattle, the company will leverage the infusion of new funding to hire talent and accelerate the development of its open OS platform. Comments (Comments)

Unisys system to manage baggage reconciliation process at Australian airports
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 09:52Tags News, Computing

More than 25 international airlines operating to and from Australia have signed a four-year agreement for Unisys Australia to continue providing an advanced baggage reconciliation system at seven international airports at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, Perth, Adelaide and the Gold Coast. Comments (Comments)

Kiwi Tech Firm on Track to Meet Crowdfunding Target
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 09:30Tags News, Web media

Kiwi social marketplace app SellShed are on track to exceed their fund target after just two weeks of raising money via equity crowdfunding platform PledgeMe. Comments (Comments)

Southern Cross customers ready for cloud and web demand
Posted on 25-Mar-2015 09:30Tags News, Broadband

Southern Cross Cable Network has successfully completed arrangements with six of the largest ISP providers in the Australia/New Zealand region to supply their international capacity needs for the coming five years. Comments (Comments)

Asus Transformer T300 Chi
Posted on 24-Mar-2015 08:34Tags News, Bill Bennett, by Bill Bennett

The Transformer T300 Chi is a good looking laptop that doubles as a tablet. The screen connects to the keyboard using a magnet. This allows users to quickly pull the device apart. Hence the Transformer name. Comments (Comments)

Showing BlackBerry Classic on Firstline
Posted on 23-Mar-2015 18:13Tags News, Bill Bennett, by Bill Bennett

Last week I was on TV3 Firstline talking about a man who used virtual reality to watch his baby being born, the BlackBerry Classic phone and the Asus Transformer T300 Chi. Both products benefit from being shown on TV. I’ll have more on the Asus device soon. The new BlackBerry a classic reborn?Filed under: News Tagged: […] Comments (Comments)

Microsoft NZ and High Tech Youth Network kick off "Week of Code"
Posted on 23-Mar-2015 15:59Tags News, Computing

Learning coding at school vital for growing careers in a digital world, says High Tech Youth Network CEO. Comments (Comments)

2degrees buys Christchurch-based ISP Snap
Posted on 23-Mar-2015 10:33Tags News, Broadband

2degrees has purchased Internet service provider Snap and will launch fixed-mobile services this year, accelerating its growth as a full service communications provider. Comments (Comments)

The HTC One M9 smartphone coming to New Zealand 7 April
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:44Tags News, Android

HTC has announced the New Zealand launch of its most personal and powerful smartphone yet, the HTC One M9. The latest generation of the globally-acclaimed HTC One family, the HTC One M9 will be available from all New Zealand carriers and major phone retailers from 7 April. Comments (Comments)

ICQ introduces new privacy settings and support for Android 5
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:43Tags News, Web media

A new version of ICQ offers extended privacy features and supports Android 5 features. Comments (Comments)

Rising stars shine amidst winning tech companies at Microsoft NZ 2015 Partner Awards
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:32Tags News, Computing

Wave of new partners challenge the status quo with leading cloud and mobility solutions. Comments (Comments)

Equitise take-over Rabble and celebrate with competition for NZ businesses
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:30Tags News, Web media

New Zealand's third equity-crowdfunding service, Equitise, is gaining a major competitive advantage with its acquisition of the unique Rabble.co.nz online business community. Comments (Comments)

TAG Heuer, Google and Intel announce Swiss smartwatch collaboration
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:20Tags News, Android

Together, these companies plan to create a product that is both luxurious and seamlessly connected to its wearer’s daily life - mixing innovation, creativity and design from Silicon Valley in California and the Watch Valley in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. Comments (Comments)

Video games continue to show strong growth in NZ
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 11:13Tags News, Gaming

Overall interactive games industry jumps 18 per cent year-on-year. Comments (Comments)

NZ Tech Podcast: HTC One M9, LG curved widescreen, Asus TransformerBook T300 Chi
Posted on 20-Mar-2015 08:13Tags News, Bill Bennett, by Bill Bennett

Hear me on the NZ Tech Podcast episode 221 talking to Paul Spain (@paulspain) about the HTC One M9 and the Asus Transformer T300 Chi. I’ll post more on the Chi in a day or two. NZ Tech Podcast » NZ Tech Podcast 221: Hands on HTC One M9, LG 34” curved widescreen, Asus TransformerBook T300 […] Comments (Comments)


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