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The Commerce Commission has for the second time delayed its ruling on whether to allow Vodafone to buy TelstraClear.
The Ministry of Social Development has released the terms of reference for Deloitte's investigation into MSD's kiosk security, and the ministry's computing security in general.
Wheedle, which launched yesterday as a competitor to online auction site Trade Me, has gone into maintenance mode once again to fix several security and process flaws with its website.
Gen-i has announced it will partner with Christchurch International Airport and Canterbury-based Data Centre Design and Build Limited (DCDB) to deliver a new $10.5 million datacentre in Christchurch.
Telecom’s group general counsel Tristan Gilbertson has resigned and will be leaving the company in a couple of months, a spokesperson says.
Chorus has announced its plans for the third year of its part in the government's $1.35 billion UFB network rollout.
Enprise Group is to list on the National Stock Exchange of Australia later this year, following its sale to DSQ (Datasquirt) Holdings.
Kiwi cloud-based service management provider Beetil has been acquired by Citrix for an undisclosed sum, according to statements from both companies.
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD tablet with 4G LTE wireless and 32GB of storage will sell for $499. Amazon unveiled new e-readers and tablets on Thursday -- the biggest surprise to analysts was a $499 Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE tablet.
Security company SMX has publicly resigned from NZICT this afternoon, following the industry group's support of controversial changes to the Patents Bill.
Kordia has posted a net profit after tax of $12 million for its 2012 financial year, a dramatic turnaround from the $14.7 million loss the state-owned telco posted last year, which was mainly due to writing down its analogue network ahead of the digital TV switch over.
Maxnet will be known as Vocus Communications as of August 27, taking the same name as its Australian owner which purchased the local datacentre provider and ISP for $9.5 million in May.
A desire to browse the internet and use apps, combined with low cost devices, is driving mobile device growth in New Zealand says telecommunications manufacturer Ericsson.
Entries for the ITEX Computerworld Awards will close on Friday. The awards are designed to celebrate the work of ICT professionals in New Zealand organisations such as a large enterprises, start ups, primary or secondary schools, teritary eduacation institutes, non-profit organisations and government agencies.