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What is Bitcoin telling us about Internet innovation?
Time will tell if Bitcoins take hold, disappear or remain on the fringes forever...
Homegrown talent to shake up NZ Fibre market
Internet service provider MyRepublic has today announced its entry into the New Zealand ISP marketplace, promising to change the game of the country’s UFB market.
Vodafone NZ: 4G will just get better and better...
Telco will continue to deliver New Zealand’s leading super-fast 4G network to Kiwis following the outcome of the government’s "Digital Dividend" spectrum auction.
Telecom nails $83m 4G auction bid
"With the addition of this 700 MHz spectrum, we will be in a very strong position to support New Zealand’s data, mobility and digital services future."
Over 200 schools signed up to N4L
"The pace of connecting schools is gaining momentum..."
Vodafone stung with $270k refund over dodgy broadband ad
"Such promotions require the consumer to take an active step in order to not buy something. Customers can be locked into a deal that they don’t want and maybe did not understand."
Kiwis demand faster broadband and more data
More than forty per cent of Kiwis are looking to upgrade to a faster broadband technology such as UFB or VDSL, a new survey reveals.
Fortinet’s Top 5 threat predictions for 2014…
Fortinet, a global leader in high-performance network security has revealed FortiGuard Labs’ 2014 threat predictions, highlighting five threats to watch out for next year.
“Misleading” Orcon forced to pull Dotcom broadband ad
Advertising Standards Agency rules that the statement "truly unlimited broadband" is misleading.
Gartner: Internet of Things will grow to 26 billion units by 2020
The Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020, representing an almost 30-fold increase from 0.9 billion in 2009.
Telecom closing in on 6,000 UFB customers
Telecom’s rollout of Ultra Fibre services on the ultra fast broadband (UFB) network is gaining momentum, with record sales achieved in the past two months.
“Wait a minute…The Internet knows more about me than my own mother?”
Whispers. The secret to predicting the future is to listen for the whisper, according to Symantec.
Internet of Things will become the 'Internet of Vulnerabilities'
The Internet of Things will become the 'Internet of Vulnerabilities' in 2014 according to security company, Symantec.
N4L goes live as 100 schools sign-up for new network
Today Massey Primary is the first school to go live with a connection to Network for Learning’s (N4L) managed network, with 100 other schools signing agreements to follow suit.
Kiwis favour ‘anywhere, anytime’ internet but suffer digital divide
Most New Zealand internet users are accessing the internet from a hand-held mobile device at least some of the time, yet the country is experiencing a digital divide according to a new report.
Alcatel-Lucent explains their vision of 5G
Before the launch of 4G mobile services there was plenty of hype, mostly around speed. 4G networks would be much faster, enabling us to watch movies on our mobiles.
Kordia Connect - helping SMBs connect the dots of convenience
Both the use of phone and internet are crucial tools for any business of any size, whether it be in New Zealand or across the world.
Labour calls for "international expert" to assess Chorus financial probe
An international expert should be brought in to conduct the independent assessment of Chorus’ financial position, according to opposition party Labour.
Report claims Vodafone SuperNet still fastest in NZ
The latest independent research from Epitiro reveals that Vodafone still has on average the fastest ADSL broadband network speeds in New Zealand.
Telecom 4G set for NZ launch tonight...
Telecom New Zealand will launch 4G across parts of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch overnight tonight...
Vodafone Report: How are Kiwis using 4G...?
Telco releases first 4G Network Report, Leading the 4G Revolution, providing a snapshot of how Kiwis are using New Zealand’s 4G network.
Get ahead in business with Aerohive's wireless office
Upon leaving Madrid-Barajas Airport, Aerohive Networks' Director of Product Management Matthew Gast had an epiphany.
NZ first as new Telecom mobile plans let SMBs share data
Small businesses wanting to do more with technology but conscious of cost have received some good news today with Telecom announcing a new range of mobile plans called "Ultra+".
Countdown to Telecom 4G - What you need to know...
Telecom New Zealand is counting down to the launch of its 4G network, which goes live in parts of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on 12 November, 2013.