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Kordia to donate TV airtime on Channel 200 to community groups
Posted on 30-Apr-2020 16:00 News, News

Kordia Pop Up TV is giving community groups and non-profit organisations a chance to leverage its TV service for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vector invests in Internet of Energy platform
Posted on 1-Nov-2017 14:00 News, News

Vector Limited has made an investment in mPrest, a global provider of mission-critical 'Internet of Energy' software. Vector will also be a reselling partner in the Oceania region.

Wharf42 and Plug and Play International Announce Strategic Partnership
Posted on 4-Mar-2014 11:43 News, News

ilicon Valley's largest startup accelerator, Plug and Play, joins forces with Wharf42 to launch New Zealand’s first trans-Pacific Technology Incubator.

PayPal introduces on-line finance options
Posted on 3-Aug-2007 08:36 News, News

Select merchants can start offering finance options on web transactions through a new service being launched by PayPal.

Logistics nightmare: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" release on Amazon
Posted on 23-Jul-2007 23:55 News, News

The on-line retailer Amazon has just announced the numbers related to the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows".

Adobe Digital Editions 1.0 now available
Posted on 19-Jun-2007 17:16 News, News

New software application was built from the ground up for acquiring, managing and reading eBooks, digital newspapers.

DIA advises IT companies of New Zealand Daylight Saving Time changes
Posted on 7-Jun-2007 17:08 News, News

The Department of Internal Affairs has announced changes to DST from 2007, and warned IT providers to test their systems.

Air New Zealand appoint Julia Raue as CIO
Posted on 7-Jun-2007 14:26 News, News

Julia will oversee 200 IT staff nationally and manage four key portfolios including Production, Solutions, Architecture and Innovation & Ventures.

Sytec merge with TelstraClear creates new Enterprise and Government team
Posted on 24-May-2007 11:23 News, News

TelstraClear merges key corporate team with ICT subsidiary company.

Former Trade Me manager joins Xero
Posted on 23-May-2007 19:32 News, News

Xero Live Limited has confirmed former Trade Me development manager Rowan Simpson will join the company as head of product strategy.

O4B is open for business
Posted on 8-Mar-2007 22:18 News, News

Wellington-based open source solutions provider Catalyst IT has launched a free online information resource for organisations looking to use open source business tools.

New fast USB drive from Corsair: Flash Voyager GT
Posted on 8-Mar-2007 13:19 News, News, by Juha

Corsair's new Flash Voyager GT promises 34Mbyte/s reads and 28MByte/s writes.

New Lexar Jumpdrive promises 200X reads/140X writes
Posted on 28-Feb-2007 19:40 News, News, by Juha

Is this the fastest USB drive currently?

Microsoft and Telecom announce new Australia-based portals for NZ
Posted on 28-Feb-2007 10:24 News, News, by Juha

New and portals coming up on March 1, served from Australia.

Anti-spam law passed by Parliament
Posted on 28-Feb-2007 08:50 News, News, by Juha

New anti-spam law brings New Zealand in line with the rest of the world.

Early morning Vector outage hits Orcon co-lo customers
Posted on 26-Feb-2007 10:58 News, News, by Juha

Services should be back up by this Monday afternoon.

InternetNZ holds Copyright Amendment Bill Workshops in Wellington and Auckland
Posted on 11-Feb-2007 10:12 News, News, by Juha

Wellington: Tuesday, February 13, InterContinental
Auckland: Wednesday, February 14, Sky City Convention Centre

Vodafone At Home pricing: $9.95 a month
Posted on 16-Jan-2007 09:36 News, News, by Juha

Rumours are intensifying over Vodafone's aggressive push into the NZ telecommunications market.

Telecom New Zealand hikes line rentals, directory enquiries from mobiles
Posted on 15-Jan-2007 10:49 News, News, by Juha

018 enquiries go up by fifty per cent.

Technology and Engineering Emmy for Nvidia
Posted on 12-Jan-2007 22:15 News, News, by Juha

It's all in the near and real-time programmable shading.

Details on TradeMe outage emerge
Posted on 4-Jan-2007 10:23 News, News, by Juha

Online auction site apologises to customers for long outage.

Microsoft and Pfizer against Viagra spam rings
Posted on 11-Feb-2005 02:10 News, News

The companies are filing lawsuits against two international pharmacy spam rings operating websites that sell illegal "generic" versions of Viagra. The brand is estimated to account for up to one out of four spam messages.

Virgin Galactic to operate space flights from 2007
Posted on 27-Sep-2004 22:11 News, News

Virgin Group sign deal with Paul G. Allen's Mojave Aerospace to licence techonlogy to develop commercial space tourism operator.

BT launches cash-dispensing phone boxes
Posted on 11-Mar-2004 20:17 News, News

Companies use wi-fi and broaband to revitalise phone booths. British Telecom is using new style of phone booth fitted with both a cash machine and a payphone.

New lifestyle magazine for users of consumer electronic goods
Posted on 7-Jan-2004 08:03 News, News

Ziff Davis launches a new magazine with focus on digital products, and announces a four-day special event that will bring together the latest in digital technology for the home, work and play.

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