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It's time to pick up the pace on HTTPS encryption, survey finds

It's time to pick up the pace on HTTPS encryption, survey finds Less than half of internet sites support HTTPS, despite it being a 'must have' for all businesses, according to a new report from web optimisation provider SEMrush.The company conducted data on 100,000 anonymous websites and 45% of them supported HTTPS.

ISPs build backdoors into customer modems, creating security breach

ISPs build backdoors into customer modems, creating security breach Leading major ISP Vodafone is one of the companies with a "back door" built into its modems.Spark has confirmed it also has built-in "remote access" in modems it supplies to customers.

P.A.M.E.L.A. receives update: Is it just another early access survival game?

P.A.M.E.L.A. receives update: Is it just another early access survival game? A.A.

Kiwis' security worries reach all-time high: What's fuelling the fear?

Kiwis' security worries reach all-time high: What's fuelling the fear? The 2017 Unisys Security Index for New Zealand plots the country's index as 154 out of 300, a jump from 137 in the last survey conducted in 2014.He also says that the onus is also on providers who offer these services.

Callaghan applauds Team NZ’s third Americas Cup victory using winning R&D projects

Callaghan applauds Team NZ’s third Americas Cup victory using winning R&D projects Callaghan Innovation has applauded Emirates Team New Zealand’s triumph in the 2017 America’s Cup and the use of innovative technology to give its winning performance the edge.The government business innovation agency has helped Team NZ to increase its research and development investment through a Growth Grant.

SNES Classic Edition has been nfirmed for Australia and New Zealand

SNES Classic Edition has been nfirmed for Australia and New Zealand According to a listing on Mighty Ape, the New Zealand price will be $139.It also has an HDMI cable as well as a USB Power cable.

New Zealand parliament reviews energy plans for a cleaner NZ

New Zealand parliament reviews energy plans for a cleaner NZ Judith Collins, energy and resources Minister, released the New Zealand energy efficiency and conservation strategy for 2017 to 2022.This is a companion strategy to the New Zealand energy strategy, which sets the overarching direction for government in relation to energy efficiency and the promotion of renewable energy.

Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles

Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles Slightly Mad Studios and Namco Entertainment Europe opened the doors to the Project Cars 2 garage and revealed their latest line-up.This is one of 2017’s most anticipated racing games and it releases on September 22 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Halo 5 getting 4K update plus other Halo games will be backwards mpatible

Halo 5 getting 4K update plus other Halo games will be backwards mpatible Older games will be Xbox One backwards compatible plus Halo 5: Guardians will have 4K on Xbox One X.The Xbox One X console is not out until this November, but more news about the 4K update for Halo 5: Guardians should be shared later this year.

Google VR/AR reveals: How VR impacts storytelling and more

Google VR/AR reveals: How VR impacts storytelling and more It takes complex software and a specific skillset to create compelling VR and AR experiences.According to Google, Blocks is simple enough for anyone to use, even those without any prior modelling experience.

NZ diabetes patients can forgo routine finger pricks, due to this new device

NZ diabetes patients can forgo routine finger pricks, due to this new device This device promises to be a revolutionary new way of glucose monitoring, that eliminates the need for routine finger pricks.This device could mark the end days for routine glucose testing with lancets.

Kiwi mpany paving the way to brave new AI world – PwC report

Kiwi mpany paving the way to brave new AI world – PwC report Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the most advanced of the emerging technologies in New Zealand, and some Kiwi companies are already banking the returns, a report has found.“Leading the way in the AI space are Kiwi companies and innovators like Soul Machines,” says Andy Symons, PwC Partner and innovation leader.

Auckland uncil, Spark open their final mmunity basketball urt in Glen Innes

Auckland uncil, Spark open their final mmunity basketball urt in Glen Innes Nicknamed ‘The Post Office’, the court comes with free Spark Wi-Fi.This is the final one of five courts built as part of Spark and Auckland Council’s ‘Spark Boroughs’ project.

RPG Maker Fes is now out on Nintendo 3DS in A/NZ

RPG Maker Fes is now out on Nintendo 3DS in A/NZ If you have always wanted to become a game developer but lacked the coding skill, RPG Maker is the tool for you.It offers simple, but powerful tools that let you bring almost any story to life.

Volvo pledges to do away with all nventional mbustion engines by 2019

Volvo pledges to do away with all nventional mbustion engines by 2019 Thus, a century after the invention of the internal combustion engine, electrification is paving the way for a new chapter in automotive history.Håkan Samuelsson, Volvo chief executive says, “This is about the customer, people increasingly demand electrified cars and we want to respond to our customers’ current and future needs.

Harry Potter/The Flash star Tom Felton is ming to Auckland Armageddon Expo

Harry Potter/The Flash star Tom Felton is ming to Auckland Armageddon Expo This is great for fans who have watched him over the years in many TV shows and movies.People will know Tom Felton more as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter movie series.

Nokia emerges from the shadows with a massive line-up of nsumer health products

Nokia emerges from the shadows with a massive line-up of nsumer health products The Nokia digital health product line offers convenience, choice and accessibility for every lifestyle.The Nokia Health Mate app functions as the heart of the ‘nokia health ecosystem’ by giving users a 360-degree view of their well-being.

Tiny Keyboard Experiment: Living with the 'Minivan'

Tiny Keyboard Experiment: Living with the 'Minivan' I’ve been using this tiny “40% keyboard” for a week to see how well I adapt (if at all).Even if you don’t want to use a 40% keyboard, you have to admit this thing is cute.

Building a NASA-Themed Mechanical Keyboard

Building a NASA-Themed Mechanical Keyboard I began making plans some months ago for a particularly fun keyboard build–a homage to NASA and retro computing.There was a time when every keyboard was mechanical, but there weren’t as many of them.