The Kiwi obsession with home ownership can further indulged by a new location-aware iPhone application that allows users to research homes for sale in their vicinity.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
The iPad will likely face Android-based competition in the local tablet market by Christmas.
Speaking at the launch of another of his company’s devices – the Ideos smartphone which will be offered here by 2Degrees – Asia Pacific director of marketing and product planning Alan Wong said the S7 tablet could be launched locally before the end of the year.
Wong said Huawei was in talks with distributors and channel partners here about the S7 tablet, one of which is understood to be 2Degrees.
The Ideos smartphone's local launch price will be $379.
The Telecommunications Industry Group (TIG) is pursuing goals of industry improvement and the promotion of communications technology to business, seeking areas where operators can work together to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
The New Zealand Computer Society has come out in support of a ban on software patents, sending a letter yesterday to Minister of Commerce Simon Power supporting a Commerce Select Committee recommendation to remove patent protection for software in New Zealand law.
The Supercity consolidation of water services in Auckland will see many functions in the existing six water retailers migrated onto of Watercare's platforms, says Gary Swift, Watercare's general manager of finance.
Faulty software, aging systems, complexity and a lack of full network control all contributed to computer virus infection at Waikato District Health Board last December, according to a report presented to the DHB’s board today.
The Department of Internal Affairs, which operates the Government Technology Service, is preparing to implement IBM's Proventia software for intrusion prevention and detection.
Database management, imaging and marketing company Solution Dynamics earned a profit of $38,000 for the six months ended 31 December 2009, an improvement on a $11,000 loss for the same period in 2008.
The New Zealand Open Source Society is expecting powerful interests to bring pressure on the government to reverse plans to exclude software from patent protection in New Zealand.
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Fleet tracking technology is not new, but it continues to develop to help organisations with mobile workforces ensure field service and sales is efficient and effective.
The fact that New Zealand is so well served by Eftpos, something not seen in many overseas markets, means our mobile banking and payments market is likely to take a different shape from others, says Caroline Dewe, CEO of Fronde Anywhere.
Telecom's troubled XT network failed in Auckland today, the first time Auckland has been hit by a serious outage but the fifth XT outage overall in recent months.
Nelson City Council is reaping the rewards of an investment in document management technology, finding the software helps it comply with regulation such as the Public Records Act and boosts customer service as well.