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Goodbye iTunes, hello Apple Music
Goodbye iTunes, hello Apple Music

Apple wants to carve out a leading role in in the music streaming market, with a new, paid service set to launch.

Virtual reality takes off
Virtual reality takes off

Once seen as a tool for alien-blasting gamers, movie studios and television producers are now adopting…

Snap fastest internet in Netflix review
Snap fastest internet in Netflix review

Film and television streaming firm Netflix has released its first assessment of New Zealand broadband…

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Streaming stretches telco networks Streaming stretches telco networks

Streaming services have increased congestion on broadband…

Here's a web domain that really sucks Here's a web domain that really sucks

Some celebrities and businesses are scrambling to…

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Compare your internet speed
Compare your internet speed

NZ Netflix customers can now see for the first time which company offers the service at the fastest speed.

CIO award finalists named
CIO award finalists named

Finalists for the 2015 CIO Awards have been named, with leaders from the ICT and business sectors being celebrated.

Microsoft to reveal Windows' future
Microsoft to reveal Windows' future

Microsoft's upcoming annual developer conference is seen as crucial by industry experts to introduce appealing new products…

Google could penalise NZ sites
Google could penalise NZ sites

Thousands of New Zealand businesses could have their websites bumped down Google's search results if they do not meet the…

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Cubic Defence NZ targeting corporate customers
Cubic Defence NZ targeting corporate customers

High-tech exporter Cubic Defence NZ is setting its sights on selling military training systems to corporate…

Nasdaq and NYSE embrace bitcoin platforms

The biggest U.S. stock exchange operators are taking steps to embrace bitcoin, spurring speculation the digital currency…

Microsoft retiring Internet Explorer

Microsoft is killing off Internet Explorer and will rebrand its internet browsing software under what is currently code-named…

Former FBI official joins Wynyard board

Wynyard Group, the security software developer used by law enforcement officials, have hired Louis Grever, a former senior…

BlackBerry making Samsung tablets spy-proof
BlackBerry making Samsung tablets spy-proof

BlackBerry has introduced a tablet computer aimed at government and corporate customers that it says…

Kiwi start-up Notable gains angel investment

Kiwi start-up Notable has attracted funding from US investors YCombinator, a start-up accelerator, and Peter Thiel's…

Nasa CTO to speak at SkyCity summit

A Nasa IT chief technology officer is one of seven keynote speakers due to address the 2015 CIO Summit 'confronting disruption…

Kiwi start-up Glassjar launches in US

Glassjar, the kiwi software start-up whose app provides people an easy way of sharing bills, has launched in the United…

Apple car's battery key to its success

When news leaked that Apple could produce an electric car as early as 2020, lots of people had visions of driving a sleek…

New GCSB director named
New GCSB director named

Government has appointed a new caretaker director for its spying agency, and has begun the search for…

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Government hacking reaches new levels
Government hacking reaches new levels

Tech blogger Juha Saarinen on government spy agencies cracking security software in order to hack and surveil targets.

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