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Check your speed: new speed camera app released
TomTom has released a free a speed camera app for Android smartphone users.
Photo printing app teams up with Warehouse Stationery
Printicular, which claims to be the world’s fastest-growing photo printing app has teamed up with Warehouse Stationery to launch a Kiwi print service.
Custom apps 'transform' Harcourts Real Estate business
Custom apps have transformed business for Harcourts Real Estate, with the apps now winning recognition from Apple.
Skyscanner releases improved version of Flights app
Online travel booking company Skyscanner has released a refreshed version of its app, which the company says will overhaul the user experience.
IBM: Securing third party apps in the enterprise
IBM has upped its cloud security game with a new solution that helps make ‘bring your own’ cloud apps safe for work.
Maori Television embraces mobile world with app launch
Maori Television has launched an app to provide Kiwis with access to a range of content, in both Te Reo Maori and English.
Finnish company builds app for your sales guys
Liid, a Nordic company based in Finland, has created a mobile application that functions as an activity tracker for sales professionals.
Cereal virtual reality?
Kellogg's is bringing back a cool cereal box prize that gives smartphone owners their very own taste of virtual reality.
Council develops new animal control app
Wairoa District Council has launched a new smartphone app aimed to help people report animal control issues directly to the council.
NZ Post launches courier app aimed at SMBs
At Pace is specifically targeted at tradespeople who often need supplies delivered at short notice, NZ Post says.
Microsoft Office 365 surges past Salesforce, named top enterprise app
When it comes to popular apps, the Okta report shows Microsoft Office 365 has rapidly become the most deployed application worldwide.
iOS vulnerability targets corporate data
Appthority has identified a critical iOS ‘Quicksand’ vulnerability that enables malicious apps to harvest enterprise credentials.
Yahoo debuts Livetext app in New Zealand
Yahoo has entered the communication app space with Yahoo Livetext, a free one-to-one live video texting app for iPhone and Android.
Paper by FiftyThree gets a makeover, adding useful new tools
The creative app Paper by FiftyThree has recently undergone a makeover, with new tools which have the potential to make it more useful.
Organisations choose iOS over Android for secure mobile apps
Organisations are adopting an increasing variety of apps to secure corporate information, and choosing iOS over every other operating system.
Kiwi student investigates: Can an app help you quit smoking?
University of Waikato student Satvir Singh wants to find out how effective smartphone apps are when it comes to giving up smoking.
Mobile threat landscape a minefield
"Mobile technology is changing at lightning speed and enterprises need help navigating the rapidly evolving mobile threat landscape."
CIOs: How to make apps work for you
"Mobile applications offer CIOs unique opportunities for streamlining business processes and empowering the organisation's workforce."
New VoIP app takes on the telcos
Ringr, a new smartphone app, provides VoIP communications and aims to get people moving from telco providers to apps.
TVNZ launches digital-first news platform
“We've really invested in our journalists and our technology to make ONE News Now a reality."
Salient Eye app catches Kapiti Coast thief
Salient Eye, a free Android home security app, has helped a family in Wellington catch an intruder trying to break into their home.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Active: The new ruggedised smartphone
Samsung has begun launching its Galaxy S6 Active smartphone, which is targeted toward athletes and outdoorsy people.
Are apps the way of the future for small businesses?
"Consumers are using mobile apps to research locations to shop, eat, play and relax – and it's up to businesses to be where their audience is."
Best-selling learning app launches in NZ
“It’s the same Hopster [...], but with a brand new line-up of hand-picked shows especially for our little viewers on the other side of the globe.”