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NZ earthquake: Tels successfully restore broadband and IP voice services to Kaikoura

NZ earthquake: Tels successfully restore broadband and IP voice services to Kaikoura Since then, there has been success to restore telecommunications services in Kaikoura with broadband and IP voice services returning at last night at 11pm.And now, with the Wellington link established, the telcos advise that all of Kaikoura’s 1,466 broadband customers should see their broadband service restored.

Highest penalties yet handed down to two mobile traders

Highest penalties yet handed down to two mobile traders Two more mobile traders have been fined following action by the Commerce Commission - with the Auckland District Court handing down the highest penalties yet in the ongoing action.The two companies were sentenced under the strengthened Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 laws, and are the latest in a string of of prosecutions by the Commerce Commission as it cracks down on mobile traders.

Kaikoura earthquake: Tels successfully restore broadband and IP voice services

Kaikoura earthquake: Tels successfully restore broadband and IP voice services Since then, there has been success to restore telecommunications services in Kaikoura with broadband and IP voice services returning at last night at 11pm.And now, with the Wellington link established, the telcos advise that all of Kaikoura’s 1,466 broadband customers should see their broadband service restored.

Satya Nadella reveals Microsoft's 'mpletely new world'

Satya Nadella reveals Microsoft's 'mpletely new world' ” The CEO explains that Microsoft’s world view is shaped by the fact that every business going forward is going to be more and more of a digital business.They’re increasingly going to have digital content,” says Nadella.

Kiwis more trusting of digital payment methods - and customer experience is the driver

Kiwis more trusting of digital payment methods - and customer experience is the driver Kiwis are starting to trust digital payment methods much more since contactless, mobile wallets and online checkouts have arrived on the scene, according to a new Visa survey.The survey found that 72% of respondents trust the security of digital and mobile payments, a 21% jump compared to when these technologies emerged.

Facebook inspired to do more with social platform

Facebook inspired to do more with social platform Mark Zuckerberg opened the Social Good Forum with a video on our work to help keep people safe.We believe people closest to a disaster should play a bigger role in deciding when Safety Check is most helpful.

Technology changing the face of retail, exec says

Technology changing the face of retail, exec says Jennie Langley, independent chair of the Electricity Retailers Association ERANZ, says that technology is changing the face of the electricity market, and the customer must be put at the centre in order to truly benefit.“The retail sector strongly believes that the opportunities for the use of emerging technologies should develop in a competitive environment,” she says.

Fraud Awareness Week: Spread the word, because we're all targets now

Fraud Awareness Week: Spread the word, because we're all targets now This week has been 2016 International Fraud Awareness Week, and now more than ever we can't just sit back and think that it won't happen to us.The 2016 International Fraud Awareness week has some very simple messages - but it requires us as consumers, as businesspeople, as residents trying to make our way - that we don't fall victim to fraud.

Satya Nadella visits Kiwi school, sees Microsoft mputer science grant in action

Satya Nadella visits Kiwi school, sees Microsoft mputer science grant in action A New Zealand-designed school programme for developing computational thinking skills has just been given a grant by Microsoft NZ.The Computer Science Unplugged project is a collection of free learning activities that teaches Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles.

You’ve got the whole world in your hands: Google Earth VR review

You’ve got the whole world in your hands: Google Earth VR review Currently only officially available for HTC’s Vive, Google Earth VR is the best virtual reality experience I’ve ever had, and it’s 100% free.It’s so easy to use that I see Google Earth VR being Vive owner’s new go-to app when showing off their (substantial) investment.

Statistics NZ resume data releases following delay caused by earthquakes

Statistics NZ resume data releases following delay caused by earthquakes The earthquake also caused damaged to the organisation’s Wellington office, Statistics House.In the meantime, some Statistics NZ staff will go into a temporary office in the HP Building in Gilmer Terrace in Wellington.

Pizza drone deliveries are a thing now - Kiwi customer gets first taste

Pizza drone deliveries are a thing now - Kiwi customer gets first taste In a world first, a Peri-Peri Chicken Pizza and a Chicken and Cranberry Pizza have been dropped off to a customer in Whangaparoa - by drone.A drone delivery company joined forces with Domino’s to send the unmanned aerial vehicle, DRU Drone to the address north of Auckland, successfully getting the two pizzas to the hungry customer.

Use your 'mmon-sense' online this holiday season, researcher says

Use your 'mmon-sense' online this holiday season, researcher says Which means ‘tis the season for online cybersecurity scams too, with fake retail apps already appearing on app stores.“We’ve seen travel scams and hacking attacks on travel booking websites increase around holiday times in the last few years,” he says.

Adobe launches new PDF scanning function on mobile

Adobe launches new PDF scanning function on mobile According to Adobe, more than 300 million people use the free Acrobat Reader mobile app to view, annotate, send and save PDFs, at home and in the office.The new scanning component, which is baked directly into the Reader mobile app, enables users to snap a picture of anything and turn that ‘scan’ into a signable, shareable, storable and secure PDF.

Our top global shopping cities (that also host Equinix data centers)

Our top global shopping cities (that also host Equinix data centers) In the spirit of the season, the Interconnections blog is offering a look at our data centers in global shopping meccas.We perused a variety of “top shopping city” rankings, and chose places that appeared multiple times, and also host Equinix data centers.

Hands-on review: Final Cut Pro X 10.3 - creativity abound

Hands-on review: Final Cut Pro X 10.3 - creativity abound As Apple’s design increasingly flattens out across all software, Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) 10.The real star of this latest update, however, are the improved audio tools.

Govt gives tel industry props for restoration efforts following quakes

Govt gives tel industry props for restoration efforts following quakes In a statement, Communications Minister Amy Adams has thanked the industry for returning services close to pre-quake levels.As a consequence of the quakes, a key fibre backbone running along the Kaikoura coast was disrupted at multiple locations.

Hands-on review: HP Elite X3 - one device to replace them all

Hands-on review: HP Elite X3 - one device to replace them all When doing a review its always good put the product into context, and for the HP Elite X3 the context is business!It’s a solid and great feeling device and although its rated to Military Spec 810G and IP 67, it doesn’t feel clunky.

Mark Zuckerberg fights back against fake news on Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg fights back against fake news on Facebook presidential election, there have been rumours that fake news on social media is the only reason Trump won the people over.While he recently rejected the idea that fake news is to blame, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO and co-founder, has addressed the issue on his own Facebook page.

Waikato Uni cybersecurity head says new taskforce will set the untry in the right direction

Waikato Uni cybersecurity head says new taskforce will set the untry in the right direction With the government's new Cyber Security Skills Taskforce announced, it's now ready to take on the urgent need for action about the country's cybersecurity skills shortage.Dr Ryan Ko, The University of Waikato's Cybersecurity Programme head, was one of the eight people elected to the taskforce by the government.