2degrees has set its sights on securing a one-third share of the 4G "digital dividend" spectrum that will be freed up by the closure of analogue television broadcasting.
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A joint plan by Telecom, Vodafone and Australia's Telstra to lay a new fibre-optic sub-sea cable between New Zealand and Australia has taken a step forward.
Another major government information technology project has experienced the wobbles, but has been delayed, ostensibly to reduce the risk of another Novopay.
Xero has confirmed it has doubled its operating revenues to $39 million and recorded an annual net loss of $14.4 million for the year to March.
Gen-i has announced a partnership with German business software giant SAP that it hopes will encourage companies and government agencies to run more of their business on smartphones.
Datacom has sold its 850-strong Asian contact centre business, based in Malaysia and the Philippines, to United States firm Convergys for an undisclosed sum.
The New Zealand subsidiary of troubled American computer giant Hewlett-Packard has posted a massive $92.5 million loss for the year to October.
Auckland University staff and students appear to have been forced back to pen and paper because of an information technology outage today.
Communications Minister Amy Adams has denied a $30 million ''ICT development fund'' offered to Maori in place of a slice of New Zealand's ''digital dividend'' spectrum is a slush fund.
The Recording Industry Association is not admitting to any disappointment over the size of awards handed down by the Copyright Tribunal against people caught illegally sharing music.
Telecom will offer flat-rate data roaming prices from Friday next week that will let customers with post-paid smartphones surf the web in Australia for $6 day.
2degrees and Tex Edwards have kissed and made up.