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Dunedin selects Telensa to deliver smart street lighting for 15,000 LEDs
Posted on 18-Jul-2019 10:21

A wireless control system is being added to Dunedin's LED street lighting network in New Zealand....

Sprint announces a connected wallet card with built-in IoT support
Posted on 18-Jul-2019 08:36

Sprint introduces the world's first connected, secured payment card, enabled by its Curiosity IoT for connectivity, remote device management and data intelligence....

Educational tool developed at Otago makes international launch
Posted on 17-Jul-2019 21:57

SimPHARM is being officially launched at an American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) event in Chicago this week....

Symantec introduces cloud access security solution
Posted on 17-Jul-2019 21:48

New solution enforces consistent security and data protection policies across web, cloud, and email....

New Zealand government unveils new digital service to make business easier
Posted on 16-Jul-2019 17:35

A new digital platform aims to make it easier for small businesses to access services from multiple government agencies, leaving them more time to focus on their own priorities....

Scientists unveil image of quantum entanglement
Posted on 13-Jul-2019 06:00

For the first time ever, physicists have managed to take a photo of a strong form of quantum entanglement called Bell entanglement – capturing visual evidence of an elusive phenomenon which Albert Einstein once called "spooky action at a distance"....

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Mummy, where did PeterReader come from?
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Akamai Access Issues?
Created by SamF, last reply by Oblivian on 21-Jul-2019 21:39 (58 replies)
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Wiper Blades for Car
Created by sonyxperiageek, last reply by sonyxperiageek on 21-Jul-2019 18:35 (15 replies)

Kiwibank has changed for the worse
Created by Rikkitic, last reply by mattwnz on 21-Jul-2019 18:59 (72 replies)
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Cannot connect in Colombia
Created by MartinGZ, last reply by Linux on 21-Jul-2019 17:05 (12 replies)

WiFi keeps dropping out
Created by beenz, last reply by beenz on 20-Jul-2019 23:23 (11 replies)

spark sport not working
Created by half1, last reply by Oblivian on 21-Jul-2019 17:33 (21 replies)
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Vodafone wireless broadband landline
Created by Stu1, last reply by hio77 on 20-Jul-2019 14:50 (21 replies)
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Sony HT-X8500 soundbar review
Posted on 8-Jul-2019 16:48

Nothing can be more disappointing to home entertainment users than bad sound. With few exceptions (mostly on the high-end and cost side) most TV sets have very poor sound when compared to their screen quality (the Sony A1 TVs with their on-screen speakers is one of the top TVs in this respect). So I was quite happy to try the new Sony HT-X8500 soundbar with my poor sound quality TV....

Harman Kardon Allure Portable review
Posted on 17-May-2019 11:59

Voice-activated digital assistant speakers are a more common sight around the house - and a growing market every day. Since my visite to Microsoft's house of the future in Seattle, back in the mid-2000s, I imagined living in a fully digital house, one that you control with your voice and managed through your smart devices....

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This week on the NZ Tech Podcast we discuss Parliament dumping the .govt domain on their website, lithium charger vs Virgin Atlantic flight, D-Link's 10-years of security audits, US Customs surveillance contractor dumping, Agent Smith malware vs 25m Android devices, Huawei waiting game, Facebook...
Vodafone New Zealand have announced that from the 11th July 2019 they are raising the price of their popular $5 Daily Roaming option from $5 per day to $7 per day, a 40% increase.Unlike roaming packages with other providers, the $5 charge is not a package or plan as such, but merely an arbitary dail...
Blogs -been so long
Posted by psychrn on 6-Apr-2019 21:03
My goodness me my last blog update was in 2013 !!!! BTW im a 62 yr old tech freak as my work colleagues would tell you. Still working as a Mental Health Nurse in a large Metropolitan facility. I have been through several tech phases over the years. Been a member of Geekzone since 2005. Had early ...
I didn't realise it has been so long since I blogged here. Thanks for turning it on again Mauricio. HERE has just released a new set of Real Time Traffic API's which I think offers a great opportunity for the many developers who work in Fleet Management, Transport, Distribution and other location b...
We've been needing to provide guest internet access via our campus wireless network ever since we implemented it. People who visit just expect us to provide it. We first tried to use the guest functionality that comes with Ruckus, but it's a bit clunky, and then we tried using Linewize's built-in ...
Paradox IP150 and Home Automation
Posted by davidcole on 6-Mar-2019 21:57
Below is a bit of a primer for connecting to a Paradox SP6000 via the IP150 module for the purposes of controlling via home automation software. Hardware: Spectra SP6000, IP150 Module with firmware < v3 - Firmware 1.x Works best due to changes that Paradox have implemented forcing users to th...
Sailpoint IdentityIQ IIQ allows you create "encrypted" passwords so then you store those encrypted passwords in config files such as the database credentials that are stored within the file. dataSource.username=identityiqdataSource.password=1:iCAlakm5CVUe7+Q6hVJIBA== There are...

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Akamai Access Issues?
Created by SamF, last reply by Oblivian on 21-Jul-2019 21:39 (58 replies)
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Sky Sport Channels update
Created by pompey657, last reply by l43a2 on 21-Jul-2019 21:33 (1 reply)

1g fibre will I notice difference
Created by attewell, last reply by michaelmurfy on 21-Jul-2019 21:29 (7 replies)

WTB: Android Phone
Created by ojo, last reply by ojo on 21-Jul-2019 21:24

What's something small that really annoys you?
Created by Finch, last reply by Handle9 on 21-Jul-2019 21:04 (7776 replies)
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Star trek Picard to stream on Amazon Prime
Created by lchiu7, last reply by old3eyes on 21-Jul-2019 20:57 (17 replies)
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Time to give electricity the flick?
Created by gchiu, last reply by larknz on 21-Jul-2019 20:51 (1913 replies)
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what door/window sensors?
Created by redfiat, last reply by sonyxperiageek on 21-Jul-2019 20:51 (3 replies)

Advice on wifi-enabled bulbs?
Created by jonathan18, last reply by jonathan18 on 21-Jul-2019 20:47 (20 replies)
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Vodafone Fibre X Max (Ultrafast HFC Max??) Intermittently drops
Created by theflinch, last reply by theflinch on 21-Jul-2019 20:28 (15 replies)

Spark: Gigafibre speeds in Dunedin?
Created by Batman, last reply by Batman on 21-Jul-2019 20:26 (57 replies)
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Security Camera Recommendations
Created by MurrayM, last reply by redfiat on 21-Jul-2019 20:25 (21 replies)
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Online credit card payment "arcot" verification? is this legit?
Created by sidefx, last reply by Kyanar on 21-Jul-2019 20:20 (20 replies)
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Home Automation Advice
Created by Natjur, last reply by redfiat on 21-Jul-2019 20:04 (10 replies)

Sold: brand new Samsung Galaxy S10 prism black 128gb
Created by kvunqad, last reply by kvunqad on 21-Jul-2019 19:58 (5 replies)

Ubiquiti Edgerouter Tutorial
Created by michaelmurfy, last reply by Resnick on 21-Jul-2019 19:05 (574 replies)
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Vodafone problems with Synology website
Created by xemblem, last reply by xemblem on 21-Jul-2019 19:03 (2 replies)

Kiwibank has changed for the worse
Created by Rikkitic, last reply by mattwnz on 21-Jul-2019 18:59 (72 replies)
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SOLD: HP Z820 Workstation Dual CPU
Created by Andib, last reply by wally22 on 21-Jul-2019 18:56 (1 reply)

Wiper Blades for Car
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