Stories by Matthew
Prepare your wallets: the Steam Summer Sale is here
Steam's summer extravaganza strikes again, tempting gamers with ludicrous discounts on top titles. Beware wallet woes and Steam-Sale Addiction!.
Promapp unleashes lean, mean tagging machine
New Zealand's Promapp introduces Lean Tagging, a new functionality to help organisations integrate lean improvement initiatives.
FinTech Australia maps the industry's ecosystem
Australia's fintech industry body has released an ecosystem map showcasing its 119 members and financial services.
Vodafone shows improved average surf speeds in May
After noticing Vodafone delivered slower average speeds than other ISPs in April, TrueNet have announced a significant improvement in May results.
Story Buffering 79% ... low quality video makes us sad
New research discovers the physical and emotional responses humans have to low-quality or buffering video content. Surprise, we don't like it at all.
Nintendo's new frantic fighter lets players take up ARMS
The latest fun-filled fight-fest from Nintendo features spring loaded arms and interchangeable fists. Sounds crazy and amazing to us.
Gaming conference invites Kiwis to learn from the experts
Games for Learning conference invites gaming experts, Kiwi game devs and educators to explore the role of games in learning.
Tomorrow comes today: Gorillaz help Jaguar recruit coders
Jaguar Land Rover is recruiting coders through a collaboration with virtual band Gorillaz in an innovative new app. #Jaguar #Gorillaz #coding.
Aussie Rugby Union tech partnership a deal of two halves
Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has signed a two-year contract with Crestron to provide advanced control and automation systems.
You're invited: Enabling e-Learning free PD webinars
There's a back catalog of e-Learning webinars sitting there for onto it educators to view on demand. Take advantage of free PD to bring tech to class.
Six tips for integrating tech in the classroom
Discover six transformative tips from educator Eileen Heller on skilfully embedding tech into teaching for dynamic, student-centred classrooms.
Online competition turns class-clowns into comedy writers
Online tutorial site launched comedy writing competition and digital engagement with Kiwi students has been high. Is comedy in class a good tool?.
Flipping classes with collaborative discussion videos
Using video to support and encourage learning is an exciting digital development that's getting more and more accessible for educators.
Internship pathway sees Manaiakalani students enter IT
Manaiakalani students break into IT through Fusion Networks' tailored internship, bridging the experience gap for Kiwi youth.
You're Invited: Conference explores games and learning
Upcoming conference invites educators and the games industry to meet and look to the future of learning, together.
New report looks at immersive tech and education
Report released looking at the projected uptake of VR technologies in education and how the edtech sector will up their game.
E3 2017: Nintendo unveils new Mario, Metroid and more
Nintendo showcase brings you something old, something new and something borrowed and blue as Sonic joins crowd favourites in E3 announcements.
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?.
Up your VR immersion - get more than just the goggles
Headset designed to get the best immersion from your Playstation VR system hits the shelves. We get you the specs and a breakdown.
Telco wants Kiwis to have a bit of rugby with their data
Vodafone is offering free SKY Sport for a year to new customers who sign up for their unlimited broadband package.
Kiwi internet speeds soar as UFB rollout nears completion
Government's Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) programme 75% complete, providing fibre access to over 1 million households and businesses in New Zealand.
Research discovers predicted year robots could replace us
Oxford study forecasts robots to take over jobs within a decade, reshaping the future workforce and prompting a major educational shift.
Royal recognition for digital education innovator
Long time champion for Māori and education recognised in last week's Queen's Birthday Honours. Pat Snedden joins the Order of Merit for his services.
LMS ups its game to meet evolving teacher needs
Desire2Learn has announced major upgrades to its Brightspace K-12 Learning Management System to engage younger learners and meet modern learning needs.