Geekzone: technology news, blogs, forums
Guest
Welcome Guest.
You haven't logged in yet. If you don't have an account you can register now.


Filter this topic showing only the reply marked as answer View this topic in a long page with up to 500 replies per page Create new topic
1 | ... | 703 | 704 | 705 | 706 | 707 | 708 | 709 | 710 | 711 | 712 | 713 | 714 | 715 | 716 | 717 | 718 | 719 | 720 | 721 | 722 | 723 | ... | 998
8974 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2090948 15-Sep-2018 08:09
Send private message quote this post

Manafort has "flipped".

 

I love it when Trump's own words come back to bite him on his fat lying backside:

 

 

The WH releases a statement:

 

 "Once again an investigation has concluded with a plea having nothing to do with President Trump or the Trump campaign. The reason: the President did nothing wrong and Paul Manafort will tell the truth."

 

Panic sets in - and the WH changes the statement:

 

Once again an investigation has concluded with a plea having nothing to do with President Trump or the Trump campaign. The reason: the President did nothing wrong.

 

 

 

Tick-tock.


8974 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2090949 15-Sep-2018 08:13
Send private message quote this post

Thoughts and prayers:

 


 
 
 
 


TLD

705 posts

Ultimate Geek


  # 2090952 15-Sep-2018 08:24
Send private message quote this post

Just finished watching Deep State which has Mark Strong as an ex MI6 agent called back to do one last job.  The program was made this year, and in one scene a room full of suited Ne'er-do-wells intent on engineering a war with Iran to make them rich(er) refer to 'The President' as someone who 'tweets all night like a little girl', and not someone who could be trusted to OK the first strike against Iran.   It never mentions Trump by name, but it might as well of done so.

 

Deep State is excellent btw, and well worth a watch.  We binged it two fifty minute episodes a night, and the time just flew by.

 

 





Trevor Dennis
Rapaura (near Blenheim)

3392 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2090995 15-Sep-2018 10:37
Send private message quote this post

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/14/paul-manafort-trumps-ex-campaign-chair-strikes-plea-deal-with-special-counsel

"Paul Manafort's agreement amounted to a major coup for Mueller, who has for 16 months been investigating Russia’s covert intervention in the 2016 campaign and any links to members of Trump’s team. US intelligence agencies have concluded that the Kremlin worked to boost Trump’s bid for the White House.

Along with his agreement to cooperate, Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the US and conspiring to obstruct justice in return for other charges being dropped. Mueller’s team indicated that Manafort would receive a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

Last month Manafort, 69, was convicted of eight counts in a fraud case brought in Virginia by Mueller, the special counsel. A further 10 charges, on which the Virginia jury was deadlocked, will also be dropped as part of the deal unveiled on Friday."

Mimi Rocah: Mueller Made Paul Manafort Plea Deal ‘As Pardon-Proof As Possible’
MSNBC


5525 posts

Uber Geek

Trusted
Lifetime subscriber

  # 2091110 15-Sep-2018 14:54
Send private message quote this post

Washington Post - Robert Mueller may have just eliminated one of Trump’s biggest complaints

 

 

Trump likes to complain about the cost of the Mueller probe. It might just have paid for itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The combined value of those properties is about $22.2 million.

 

If those were sold at the values identified above and the money returned to the government, that alone nearly covers our estimated costs of the investigation to date.

 





Sideface


3392 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2091183 15-Sep-2018 18:09
Send private message quote this post



https://money.cnn.com/2018/09/14/news/companies/nike-kaepernick/index.html

Nike is getting just the response it wanted from its Colin Kaepernick ads.

"Early indications suggest sales are up because of the new 'Just Do It' campaign, according to Wedbush analyst Christopher Svezia.

The ads, which debuted last week, feature the quarterback among other athletes. Kaepernick started a movement among NFL players by kneeling during the National Anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice.

...

The new followers, likes and consumer demographic led Svezia to believe that the Kaepernick ad campaign was a positive for Nike and its sales.

Young people agree. Among people ages 18 to 34, 44% supported Nike's decision to use Kaepernick, while 32% opposed it, according to an SSRS Omnibus poll provided exclusively to CNN. In the 35-to-44 age bracket, the decision earned support among a majority, 52%, compared with 37% who were against it.

Nike's (NKE) stock closed at an all-time high Thursday. LeBron James, who has an endorsement deal with Nike, used that as an opportunity to dig at critics, such as President Donald Trump."

Click to see full size
Yes, the photograph of Trump's 12 year old son was before Trump criticised Nike

3392 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2091330 16-Sep-2018 10:37
Send private message quote this post



https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/9/15/17863954/presidential-alert-trump-fema-emergency-alert-test

FEMA’s testing a new “presidential alerts” system that sends messages to your US phone

Under a normal president, this wouldn’t be a big deal. Under Trump, not so much.

"...Users can’t opt out, in accordance with the 2006 law passed by Congress, the 'Warning, Alert, and Responsiveness Act', under President George W. Bush.

...According to the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Modernization Act of 2015, the system “shall not be used to transmit a message that does not relate to a natural disaster, act of terrorism, or other man-made disaster or threat to public safety.”

Irwin Redlener, director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University, told me that the wireless alert system is a good idea, as is testing it — but having someone as volatile as Trump with control over it is concerning.

'I’m not sure that the system would protect us from rogue announcements by a president who has exhibited the kind of behavior President Trump has over the last two years,' Redlener said. 'I personally would not give this microphone to Donald Trump.'"

I'd agree

 
 
 
 


gzt

10984 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2091398 16-Sep-2018 11:49
Send private message quote this post

Trump said to be imposimg another round of silly and worse tarriffs on China origin items next week:

[url=]Reuters[/url]: The upcoming tariffs will be on a list of items that included $200 billion worth of internet technology products and other electronics, printed circuit boards and consumer goods including Chinese seafood, furniture and lighting products, tires, chemicals, plastics, bicycles and car seats for babies. It was unclear if the administration will exempt any of the products that were on the list, which was announced in July.

Said to be 10% and still very silly instead of the 25% originally considered.

5133 posts

Uber Geek

Trusted
Subscriber

  # 2091730 17-Sep-2018 07:02
Send private message quote this post

kingdragonfly:

https://money.cnn.com/2018/09/14/news/companies/nike-kaepernick/index.html

Nike is getting just the response it wanted from its Colin Kaepernick ads.

"Early indications suggest sales are up because of the new 'Just Do It' campaign, according to Wedbush analyst Christopher Svezia.

The ads, which debuted last week, feature the quarterback among other athletes. Kaepernick started a movement among NFL players by kneeling during the National Anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice.

...

The new followers, likes and consumer demographic led Svezia to believe that the Kaepernick ad campaign was a positive for Nike and its sales.

Young people agree. Among people ages 18 to 34, 44% supported Nike's decision to use Kaepernick, while 32% opposed it, according to an SSRS Omnibus poll provided exclusively to CNN. In the 35-to-44 age bracket, the decision earned support among a majority, 52%, compared with 37% who were against it.

Nike's (NKE) stock closed at an all-time high Thursday. LeBron James, who has an endorsement deal with Nike, used that as an opportunity to dig at critics, such as President Donald Trump."


Yes, the photograph of Trump's 12 year old son was before Trump criticised Nike

 

 

 

Apropos of entirely nothing, and not at all influenced by any current or recently past events, I thought I might take this opportunity to plug Escape Pod with The Revolution, Brought To You By Nike.





iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!

 

These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.


5133 posts

Uber Geek

Trusted
Subscriber

  # 2091731 17-Sep-2018 07:03
Send private message quote this post

kingdragonfly:

 the system “shall not be used to transmit a message that does not relate to a ... man-made disaster or threat to public safety.”

 

 

 

So, it's basically made for Donald Trump.





iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!

 

These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.


3392 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2091750 17-Sep-2018 08:26
Send private message quote this post

https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/california-professor-writer-of-confidential-brett-kavanaugh-letter-speaks-out-about-her-allegation-of-sexual-assault/2018/09/16/46982194-b846-11e8-94eb-3bd52dfe917b_story.html

Washington Post

"California professor, writer of confidential Trump's Supreme Court judge nominee Brett Kavanaugh letter, speaks out about her allegation of sexual assault"

"Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh denied committing sexual or physical harassment as an adult when asked by Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) on Sept. 5."

By Emma Brown

"BREAKING: Senate Republicans signaled they plan to move ahead on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination despite a decades-old sexual misconduct allegation.

The statement from Judiciary Committee Republicans came shortly after The Washington Post published a story Sunday afternoon that included an on-the-record interview with the woman alleging the sexual misconduct, Christine Blasey Ford. The committee Republicans said it was disturbing that the allegation was never brought to the attention of the full panel previously.

Democrats led by Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (N.Y.) called for the committee vote to be postponed. The panel is scheduled to vote on Thursday.

This story will be updating.

Earlier this summer, Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to a senior Democratic lawmaker alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago, when they were high school students in suburban Maryland. Since Wednesday, she has watched as that bare-bones version of her story became public without her name or her consent, drawing a blanket denial from Kavanaugh and roiling a nomination that just days ago seemed all but certain to succeed.

Now, Ford has decided that if her story is going to be told, she wants to be the one to tell it.

Speaking publicly for the first time, Ford said that one summer in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh and a friend — both 'stumbling drunk,' Ford alleges — corralled her into a bedroom during a gathering of teenagers at a house in Montgomery County.

While his friend watched, she said, Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed on her back and groped her over her clothes, grinding his body against hers and clumsily attempting to pull off her one-piece bathing suit and the clothing she wore over it. When she tried to scream, she said, he put his hand over her mouth.

'I thought he might inadvertently kill me,' said Ford, now a 51-year-old research psychologist in northern California. 'He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing.'

Ford said she was able to escape when Kavanaugh’s friend and classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, sending all three tumbling. She said she ran from the room, briefly locked herself in a bathroom and then fled the house.

Ford said she told no one of the incident in any detail until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her husband. The therapist’s notes, portions of which were provided by Ford and reviewed by The Washington Post, do not mention Kavanaugh’s name but say she reported that she was attacked by students 'from an elitist boys’ school' who went on to become 'highly respected and high-ranking members of society in Washington.' The notes say four boys were involved, a discrepancy Ford says was an error on the therapist’s part. Ford said there were four boys at the party but only two in the room.
Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh denied Sept. 14 an allegation of sexual misconduct dating back to when he was a high school student. (Reuters)

Notes from an individual therapy session the following year, when she was being treated for what she says have been long-term effects of the incident, show Ford described a 'rape attempt' in her late teens.

In an interview, her husband, Russell Ford, said that in the 2012 sessions, she recounted being trapped in a room with two drunken boys, one of whom pinned her to a bed, molested her and prevented her from screaming. He said he recalled that his wife used Kavanaugh’s last name and voiced concern that Kavanaugh — then a federal judge — might one day be nominated to the Supreme Court.

On Sunday, the White House sent The Post a statement Kavanaugh issued last week, when the outlines of Ford’s account first became public: 'I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.'

Through a White House spokesman, Kavanaugh declined to comment further on Ford’s allegation and did not respond to questions about whether he knew her during high school. The White House had no additional comment.

Reached by email Sunday, Judge declined to comment. In an interview Friday with The Weekly Standard, before Ford’s name was known, he denied that any such incident occurred. 'It’s just absolutely nuts. I never saw Brett act that way,' Judge said. He told the New York Times that Kavanaugh was a 'brilliant student' who loved sports and was not 'into anything crazy or illegal.'

Christine Ford is a professor at Palo Alto University who teaches in a consortium with Stanford University, training graduate students in clinical psychology. Her work has been widely published in academic journals.

She contacted The Post through a tip line in early July, when it had become clear that Kavanaugh was on the shortlist of possible nominees to replace retiring justice Anthony M. Kennedy but before Trump announced his name publicly. A registered Democrat who has made small contributions to political organizations, she contacted her congresswoman, Democrat Anna G. Eshoo, around the same time. In late July, she sent a letter via Eshoo’s office to Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.

In the letter, which was read to The Post, Ford described the incident and said she expected her story to be kept confidential. She signed the letter as Christine Blasey, the name she uses professionally.

For weeks, Ford declined to speak to The Post on the record as she grappled with concerns about what going public would mean for her and her family — and what she said was her duty as a citizen to tell the story.

She engaged Debra Katz, a Washington lawyer known for her work on sexual harassment cases. On the advice of Katz, who believed Ford would be attacked as a liar if she came forward, Ford took a polygraph test administered by a former FBI agent in early August. The results, which Katz provided to The Post, concluded that Ford was being truthful when she said a statement summarizing her allegations was accurate.

By late August, Ford had decided not to come forward, calculating that doing so would upend her life and probably would not affect Kavanaugh’s confirmation. 'Why suffer through the annihilation if it’s not going to matter?' she said.

Her story leaked anyway. On Wednesday, The Intercept reported that Feinstein had a letter describing an incident involving Kavanaugh and a woman while they were in high school, and that Feinstein was refusing to share it with her Democratic colleagues.

Feinstein soon released a statement: 'I have received information from an individual concerning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,' she wrote. 'That individual strongly requested confidentiality, declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision. I have, however, referred the matter to federal investigative authorities.'

The FBI redacted Ford’s name and sent the letter to the White House to be included in Kavanaugh’s background file, according to a Judiciary Committee aide. The White House sent it to the Senate Judiciary Committee, making it available to all senators.

As pressure grew, the New York Times reported that the incident involved 'possible sexual misconduct.'

By then, Ford had begun to fear she would be exposed. People were clearly learning her identity: A BuzzFeed reporter visited her at her home and tried to speak to her as she was leaving a classroom where she teaches graduate students. Another reporter called her colleagues to ask about her.

On Friday, the New Yorker reported the letter’s contents but did not reveal Ford’s identity. Soon after, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) released a letter from 65 women who say they knew Kavanaugh when he attended high school from 1979 to 1983 at Georgetown Prep, an all-boys school in North Bethesda.

'Through the more than 35 years we have known him, Brett has stood out for his friendship, character, and integrity,' the women wrote. 'In particular, he has always treated women with decency and respect. That was true when he was in high school, and it has remained true to this day.'

As the story snowballed, Ford said, she heard people repeating inaccuracies about her and, with the visits from reporters, felt her privacy being chipped away. Her calculation changed.

'These are all the ills that I was trying to avoid,' she said, explaining her decision to come forward. 'Now I feel like my civic responsibility is outweighing my anguish and terror about retaliation.'

Katz said she believes Feinstein honored Ford’s request to keep her allegation confidential, but 'regrettably others did not.'

'Victims must have the right to decide whether to come forward, especially in a political environment that is as ruthless as this one,' Katz said. 'She will now face vicious attacks by those who support this nominee.'

After so many years, Ford said she does not remember some key details of the incident. She said she believes it occurred in the summer of 1982, when she was 15, around the end of her sophomore year at the all-girls Holton-Arms School in Bethesda. Kavanaugh would have been 17 at the end of his junior year at Georgetown Prep.

At the time, Ford said, she knew Kavanaugh and Judge as 'friendly acquaintances' in the private-school social circles of suburban Maryland. Her Holton-Arms friends mostly hung out with boys from the Landon School, she said, but for a period of several months socialized regularly with students from Georgetown Prep.

Ford said she does not remember how the gathering came together the night of the incident. She said she often spent time in the summer at the Columbia Country Club pool in Chevy Chase, where in those pre-cellphone days, teenagers learned about gatherings via word of mouth. She also doesn’t recall who owned the house or how she got there.

Ford said she remembers that it was in Montgomery County, not far from the country club, and that no parents were home at the time. Ford named two other teenagers who she said were at the party. Those individuals did not respond to messages on Sunday morning.

She said she recalls a small family room where she and a handful of others drank beer together that night. She said that each person had one beer but that Kavanaugh and Judge had started drinking earlier and were heavily intoxicated.

In his senior-class yearbook entry at Georgetown Prep, Kavanaugh made several references to drinking, claiming membership to the 'Beach Week Ralph Club' and 'Keg City Club.' He and Judge are pictured together at the beach in a photo in the yearbook.

Judge is a filmmaker and author who has written for the Daily Caller, The Weekly Standard and The Washington Post. He chronicled his recovery from alcoholism in 'Wasted: Tales of a Gen-X Drunk,' which described his own blackout drinking and a culture of partying among students at his high school, renamed in the book 'Loyola Prep.' Kavanaugh is not mentioned in the book, but a passage about partying at the beach one summer makes glancing reference to a 'Bart O’Kavanaugh,' who 'puked in someone’s car the other night' and 'passed out on his way back from a party.'

Through the White House, Kavanaugh did not respond to a question about whether the name was a pseudonym for him.

Ford said that on the night of the party, she left the family room to use the bathroom, which was at the top of a narrow stairway. She doesn’t remember whether Kavanaugh and Judge were behind her or already upstairs, but she remembers being pushed into a bedroom and then onto a bed. Rock-and-roll music was playing with the volume turned up high, she said.

She alleges that Kavanaugh — who played football and basketball at Georgetown Prep — held her down with the weight of his body and fumbled with her clothes, seemingly hindered by his intoxication. Judge stood across the room, she said, and both boys were laughing 'maniacally.' She said she yelled, hoping that someone downstairs would hear her over the music, and Kavanaugh clapped his hand over her mouth to silence her.

At one point, she said, Judge jumped on top of them, and she tried unsuccessfully to wriggle free. Then Judge jumped on them again, toppling them, and she broke away, she said.

She said she locked herself in the bathroom and listened until she heard the boys 'going down the stairs, hitting the walls.' She said that after five or ten minutes, she unlocked the door and made her way through the living room and outside. She isn’t sure how she got home.

Ford said she has not spoken with Kavanaugh since that night. And she told no one at the time what had happened to her. She was terrified, she said, that she would be in trouble if her parents realized she had been at a party where teenagers were drinking, and she worried they might figure it out even if she did not tell them.

'My biggest fear was, do I look like someone just attacked me?' she said. She said she recalled thinking: 'I’m not ever telling anyone this. This is nothing, it didn’t happen, and he didn’t rape me.'

Years later, after going through psychotherapy, Ford said, she came to understand the incident as a trauma with lasting impact on her life.

'I think it derailed me substantially for four or five years,' she said. She said she struggled academically and socially and was unable to have healthy relationships with men. 'I was very ill-equipped to forge those kinds of relationships.'

She also said she believes that in the longer term, it contributed to anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms with which she has struggled.

She married her husband in 2002. Early in their relationship, she told him she had been a victim of physical abuse, he said. A decade later, he learned the details of that alleged abuse when the therapist asked her to tell the story, he said.

He said he expects that some people, upon hearing his wife’s account, will believe that Kavanaugh’s high school behavior has no bearing upon his fitness for the nation’s high court. He disagrees.

'I think you look to judges to be the arbiters of right and wrong,' Russell Ford said. 'If they don’t have a moral code of their own to determine right from wrong, then that’s a problem. So I think it’s relevant. Supreme Court nominees should be held to a higher standard.'

Staff writers Beth Reinhard and Seung Min Kim and researchers Alice Crites and Julie Tate contributed to this report."

5525 posts

Uber Geek

Trusted
Lifetime subscriber

  # 2091761 17-Sep-2018 08:57
Send private message quote this post

CNN - Michael Moore believes 'evil genius' Trump will be a two-term president

 

 

The documentary filmmaker spoke to CNN while promoting his upcoming film about the impact of Trump's 2016 victory, "Fahrenheit 11/9."

 

"Too many people in the summer of 2016 were so sure Hillary [Clinton] was going to win, saying no one is going to vote for this idiot," Moore said.
"He could win again. I operate as if he is a two-term Trump. I have to. If you think any other way you are guaranteeing that whoever is going to run against him will lose."

 

Moore's explanation to the phenomenon of a Trump presidency?

 

"I think the man is an evil genius and he was able to outsmart the smartest person ever to run for president," Moore said.
"He figured out how to win by losing the election. How did that happen? Historians are going to deal with this for years to come."

 

Moore said he believes Trump is behind numerous White House leaks, including the anonymous op-ed published by The New York Times earlier this month.

 

"Trump wrote it. Trump or one of his minions wrote it," he said. "He's the master distractor. He's the king of the misdirect.
If we have learned anything by now, it's that he does things to get people to turn away.

Let me give you the line in there that is most identifiable that he wants the public to believe.
It's the line that says, 'Don't worry, adults are in the room.' That's the idea, to get us to calm down and look away from what he's really doing."

 

 

Remember that Moore correctly predicted Trump's candidacy and election, when this was an unpopular minority view.  undecided

 





Sideface


BDFL - Memuneh
65027 posts

Uber Geek

Administrator
Trusted
Geekzone
Lifetime subscriber

  # 2091765 17-Sep-2018 09:14
Send private message quote this post

That signature us wrong. He can't say "anonymous". 

 

 

Bonus for the now famous Plaid Shirt Guy in the background.





8974 posts

Uber Geek


  # 2091786 17-Sep-2018 10:17
Send private message quote this post

kingdragonfly:

"BREAKING: Senate Republicans signaled they plan to move ahead on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination despite a decades-old sexual misconduct allegation.

The statement from Judiciary Committee Republicans came shortly after The Washington Post published a story Sunday afternoon that included an on-the-record interview with the woman alleging the sexual misconduct, Christine Blasey Ford. The committee Republicans said it was disturbing that the allegation was never brought to the attention of the full panel previously.

 

Of course they do.

 

Full of lies - they knew of the allegation when Kavanaugh's hat was thrown in the ring.

 

They even had pre-prepared a signed statement from 65 women defending him.  Goobers and Trumpsters would actually think that means something when it doesn't mean anything at all. You could get 65 classmates of Jeffrey Dahmer to sign a statement that he'd never tried to eat them.


SJB

1455 posts

Uber Geek

Trusted
Lifetime subscriber

  # 2092084 17-Sep-2018 17:37
Send private message quote this post

God forbid that I'd defend anything to do with Trump or his administration but if the boot was on the other foot the Democrats would be doing exactly the same thing and getting their candidate through the process any way they could.

 

Their system of government is irretrievably broken.


1 | ... | 703 | 704 | 705 | 706 | 707 | 708 | 709 | 710 | 711 | 712 | 713 | 714 | 715 | 716 | 717 | 718 | 719 | 720 | 721 | 722 | 723 | ... | 998
Filter this topic showing only the reply marked as answer View this topic in a long page with up to 500 replies per page Create new topic



Twitter and LinkedIn »



Follow us to receive Twitter updates when new discussions are posted in our forums:



Follow us to receive Twitter updates when news items and blogs are posted in our frontpage:



Follow us to receive Twitter updates when tech item prices are listed in our price comparison site:





News »

Intel introduces cryogenic control chip to enable quantum computers
Posted 10-Dec-2019 21:32


Vodafone 5G service live in four cities
Posted 10-Dec-2019 08:30


Samsung Galaxy Fold now available in New Zealand
Posted 6-Dec-2019 00:01


NZ company oDocs awarded US$ 100,000 Dubai World Expo grant
Posted 5-Dec-2019 16:00


New Zealand Rugby Selects AWS-Powered Analytics for Deeper Game Insights
Posted 5-Dec-2019 11:33


IMAGR and Farro bring checkout-less supermarket shopping to New Zealand
Posted 5-Dec-2019 09:07


Wellington Airport becomes first 5G connected airport in the country
Posted 3-Dec-2019 08:42


MetService secures Al Jazeera as a new weather client
Posted 28-Nov-2019 09:40


NZ a top 10 connected nation with stage one of ultra-fast broadband roll-out completed
Posted 24-Nov-2019 14:15


Microsoft Translator understands te reo Māori
Posted 22-Nov-2019 08:46


Chorus to launch Hyperfibre service
Posted 18-Nov-2019 15:00


Microsoft launches first Experience Center worldwide for Asia Pacific in Singapore
Posted 13-Nov-2019 13:08


Disney+ comes to LG Smart TVs
Posted 13-Nov-2019 12:55


Spark launches new wireless broadband "Unplan Metro"
Posted 11-Nov-2019 08:19


Malwarebytes overhauls flagship product with new UI, faster engine and lighter footprint
Posted 6-Nov-2019 11:48



Geekzone Live »

Try automatic live updates from Geekzone directly in your browser, without refreshing the page, with Geekzone Live now.


Support Geekzone »

Our community of supporters help make Geekzone possible. Click the button below to join them.

Support Geezone on PressPatron



Are you subscribed to our RSS feed? You can download the latest headlines and summaries from our stories directly to your computer or smartphone by using a feed reader.

Alternatively, you can receive a daily email with Geekzone updates.