Kim Dotcom's US lawyers have filed an application with the US District Court of Eastern Virginia, seeking a dismissal of a copyright infringement indictment against his company, Megaupload.
Stories by Computerworld New Zealand staff
New Zealand is among the first countries to have access to a technology developed by Microsoft that identifies and removes images posted on the internet that exploit or endanger children.
Prime Minister John Key told a business audience today that he is "shocked" by the state of many government IT systems.
Local Apple enthusiasts will have to wait more than two weeks to get their hands on a shiny new iPad, which was announced in San Francisco this morning.
Consumers and SMEs are reluctant to upgrade to faster internet connections due to perceived costs of rewiring homes and premises, says a Commerce Commission <a href="http://www.comcom.govt.nz/high-speed-broadband-services-demand-side-study">paper</a> released today.
Gartner is <a href="http://blogs.gartner.com/andrea_dimaio/2011/12/09/new-zealand-shows-a-wise-approach-to-the-cloud/">praising</a> the New Zealand government's approach towards its cloud programme, calling it sensible and with a clear purpose.
The penetration of broadband services in rural areas of New Zealand has risen significantly in the past four years, according to the third World Internet Project New Zealand (WIPNZ) survey.
IDC expects New Zealand's business IT market to grow from $5.1 billion in 2010 to $6.2 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.1 percent per annum.
A five percent increase in revenue saw the New Zealand technology export sector pass the $7 billion mark for the first time, according to a new report due to be released tonight.
New Zealand's mobile network operators have agreed to introduce a mobile payment service, supported by the Telecommunications' Carriers' Forum, that will enable users to buy items and services via their phones without having to enter credit card details.
Mobile internet use is surging in New Zealand, according to figures from Statistics New Zealand's 2011 ISP survey released today.
Apple's New Zealand partners have paid tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs, who has died.
Juniper Networks has announced that IBM has deployed a set of Juniper routing, switching and network security products at its new enterprise datacentre in Highbrook Business Park, Auckland.
Hiring intentions remain high among ICT sector employers, according to recruitment firm AbsoluteIT's latest employer intentions report, released yesterday.
Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff says personal information collected by government agencies and businesses, often ends up overseas without the individual's knowledge.