Vend has announced a partnership with online payments provider PayPal, which will allow Vend retailers to accept PayPal at their stores.
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AUT University has launched a new core network, which is already being used to monitor SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft, and run day-to-day networking on its campuses.
Cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) provider Vend has announced it has raised $2 million in a funding round led by Point Nine Capital.
Digital music streaming service Spotify is available in New Zealand as of today. The company has announced that its catalogue of more than 16 million tracks will be open to Kiwi customers.
Considering there are more than 450,000 New Zealanders registered on LinkedIn, it’s always amazed me the social employment site hasn’t had an iPad app until now.
Kiwi game developers will be able to hone their craft and gain valuable industry skills with the introduction of two new bachelor programmes at Media Design School New Zealand (MDSNZ).
Telecom will be conducting live trials of Long Term Evolution (LTE) or 4G technology later this year.
UPDATE - 14 May: Maxnet, which owns Fyx, has pulled the plug on its Global Mode feature.
"While legal opinions have supported FYX’s global mode under New Zealand law, there are matters that require further consideration before continuing the service," says the company.
Speaking at the NZ Hi-Tech Awards, Maxnet CEO John Hanna said the feature is down but not completely ruled out, and may be reinstated in the future.
Prices have been reduced to reflect this change.
Future and existing customers wishing to continue with FYX will pay a new, reduced price of $30.30 per month, with $0.30 per GB for data.
Sorting and grading machine manufacturer Compac Sorting Equipment took home the top honours at this year’s New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards.
Business ISP Voyager Internet has purchased Net24 group for an undisclosed sum, according to Voyager CEO Seeby Woodhouse.
From his office on Francis Street, in the heart of Auckland's Grey Lynn suburb, Steve Walls and his team are preparing to change the world.
The New Zealand Press Council will celebrate its 40th year in operation this year, but instead of chocolate cake and a gold watch the organisation could be in for a shock - sweeping reforms in media laws, and the possible regulation of the standards authority.
Nothing conveys complex ideas in a simple format more clearly than a doodle. While the humble pen and paper will never go out of fashion (you heard it here first), I’d recommend Paper by FiftyThree for the more digitally inclined.
Barcamp New Zealand, the popular Auckland-based conference for creatives and technologists, has been renamed to Gather.