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New Zealand Police stories - Page 2
Mobile Mentor partnership offers enterprises location-based security solution
The location-based mobile and cybersecurity solution enables organisations to detect, monitor and secure devices in sensitive locations.
So what’s the big deal with Uber, anyway?
We take a look at Uber's short yet controversial history that has led to a Government review on how taxi and private hire services operate.
Canterbury boy asked to send naked photos to Facebook user
Canterbury Police are urging parents and children who use social media to be vigilant after they received a complaint from the mother of a 12-year-old boy on Saturday relating to threats from a Facebook user.
National 111 emergency text service fails
The outage began approximately 4:30am this morning and affects the ability receive text messages from people registered to the emergency service.
Australian video streaming solutions distributor looking for NZ resellers
"We’re looking for New Zealand resellers. We’re really busy in Australia and Singapore, and we want to get something going in New Zealand as quickly as we can."
Unisys chosen to modernise NZ crash analysis system
The New Zealand Transport Agency has chosen Unisys as the prime system integrator to modernise the national crash analysis system (CAS).
Vodafone and the New Zealand Police open Mobility Innovation Lab
The New Zealand Police, with Vodafone New Zealand, have opened a Mobility Innovation Lab and Experience Centre.
IT glitch stings Kiwis with over 20,000 wrong traffic tickets
New Zealand Police have been forced to apologise after admitting they wrongly issued over 20,000 traffic tickets to Kiwis, due to a IT error.
Facebook shopping…criminals like this
New Zealand Police warns Kiwis that some Facebook groups are selling stolen goods and without such a market - thieves "are out of business."
Police porno pretenders preying on porn public
Porn site users, cue embarrassing red cheeks among the male Kiwi community, are under risk from scammers impersonating New Zealand Police.
How to buy a bluetooth headset
With police cracking down on cell phone use while driving, there’s never been a better time to invest in a Bluetooth headset.