UiPath brings automation skills to A/NZ students
UiPath is partnering with New Zealand academic institutions to train students for an increasingly technological workplace, primarily focusing on automation and robotics training.
Research: e-retailers failing to deliver on promises
Freeview On Demand now on streaming device
Vodafone begins Voice over LTE (4G) rollout, a first for NZ
NZ owned e-scooter service rolls into Wellington
NZ's broadband is reliable enough to stream video, says ComCom study
Hands-on review: Capture your best gaming moments with this compact device
MyRepublic in hot water over levy requirements
Under the Telecommunications Act, liable companies must provide the Commission with audited financial information that the Commission can use to apportion the levy.
Is the pain of resetting passwords finally over?
"It's now the role of businesses to take the responsibility off the end user, by coming up with a more intelligent strategy than a password expiry policy."
Job ads are down and salaries are up - SEEK
The latest SEEK Employment Report shows a decline of 6.5% in jobs advertised compared to May 2018.
Facebook: 'We'll pay you if we can track your apps'
After years of tracking people with various forms of implied (and explicit) consent, Facebook is now allowing people to opt-in to being market research guinea pigs.
Adobe AI detects Photoshopped faces as war against fakes continues
Adobe and researchers at UC Berkeley in the United States have teamed up to create a way of detecting image edits that were made with Photoshop Face Aware Liquify feature.
Facebook jumps on the cryptocurrency bandwagon
Launching in 2020, Calibra and Libra may shake up the mobile payment industry.
Ubisoft's Watch Dogs: Legion is gonna create havoc in London
It’s the day Watch Dogs fans have been waiting for.
NZ's education sector must move fast to support edtech
New Zealand’s education sector needs to face up to automation and the way it will affect people’s jobs in years to come – and it needs to move quickly to do so.
ASB offers Google Pay - but some people will miss out
ASB customers have until July 16 to make the switch, before ASB Virtual is closed down permanently.
PC market back on the downslide, says IDC
New Zealand PC market declines on the back of high channel inventory, IDC New Zealand reports.
IRD shuts down fraudulent direct debit scam
“We’re working with the police and banks to investigate further and anyone who has been left out of pocket will be reimbursed."
Kiwis love the humble podcast, survey finds
It’s official – New Zealanders love listening to podcasts – and those under 45 years of age seem to love them the most.
Hands-on review: Corsair listens to its fans for this classic redesign
Corsair really listened to its thousands of fans for this redesign of the popular M65, so let’s see what’s different.
Games in review: The amazing versatility of Nintendo characters
Darren Price tales a look at Mario Tennis Aces and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition.
Enable celebrates 100,000th connection as Rugby World Cup nears
Enable, Christchurch's fibre broadband provider, has now connected its 100,000th customer to its network, doubling the number of households and businesses connected to ultra-fast fibre broadband in less than two years.
Kiwi 'Gen Zers' crave learning & development in their jobs
Gen Z employees have clear career ambitions that first appear at university and follow them into the workforce, the study claims.
Renewed concerns over use of personal data, according to survey
“There is wide appeal for more permissions over how organisations access their identity data, and the choice to view and manage this in one secure place."
Hands-on review: The ultimate gaming mouse set-up
Recently I had the opportunity to get hands-on with two very exciting Corsair products
Soul Machines creates digital human for skincare firm SK-II
Meet YUMI, a digital human that can help sort out skincare needs.
Samsung TVs to bring Kiwis Spark Sport
Samsung Electronics New Zealand has announced its support for the Spark Sport smart TV app, in a move that makes it the first brand to do so.
Breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is up for grabs
The man behind the popular breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is stepping down from his esteemed post as sole manager of the site.
Kordia launches nationwide broadcasting service
“With this unique new service, we’re making an ad-hoc broadcast simple and cost-effective. This means customers can reach a bigger audience and build credibility.”