What if you use your own mobile phone to read work emails during weekends — will it still be covered by your personal insurance policies?
Stories by Sim Ahmed
The most noticeable thing about the Nokia Lumia 800 is its elegance. It’s a beautiful piece of kit not because of what it adds in terms of design features, but for what it lacks.
What was meant to be a friendly skating competition in Auckland turned into allegations of assault, and a marketing headache for fledgling telco Skinny Mobile.
The Australian government has banned Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei from tending bids for its multi-billion dollar National Broadband Network (NBN) project, saying it risks the integrity of the network.
The humble business card is still the best way to quickly and conveniently share your contact information in a networking situation. Even in this digital age, it's generally easier (and more socially acceptable) to hand over a card at an event, than it is to fiddle with typing in emails and phone numbers into your smartphone.
Michael Peterson is filled with pride every time he receives a reference request from IT employers regarding his former students. In the past year he has taken three such calls, and the ICT educator says he hopes to receive many more in the future.
For 15 years Tania Samal has been teaching ICT to secondary school students at Whakatane High School. In that time she has seen three different governments, the introduction of NCEA, and for the last two years she has been looking at ways to integrate the new Digital Technologies standards into her school’s ICT curriculum.
The first tenant for Auckland's new 'innovation centre' in Wynyard Quarter, Nextspace, moved in last night.
Speaking at the opening event last night which attracted around 150 people, the prime minister's chief science advisor, Peter Gluckman, said that the innovation centre was a good starting point, but support from the business community and government is needed to fully realise the precinct's potential.
The streaming music provider Spotify is set to launch in New Zealand – but will any of the major ISPs provide unmetered access to the service?
Senior executives from Huawei’s headquarters in China are in New Zealand this week to assess possible business opportunities in this country.
Orcon has revealed details for its retail ultra-fast broadband plans and services for New Zealand residential and business users.
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The Ministry of Education is failing ICT teachers, and by doing so the New Zealand technology industry, says one Hawkes Bay educator.
Telecom posted a half-year net revenue of $1 billion this morning, but not all analysts are convinced everything is rosy at New Zealand’s largest telecommunications company.
Five cell towers were opened today as part of the Rural Broadband Initiative, with the government promising the service will ensure users can receive download speeds of up to 5 Mbps.