search slide
search slide
pages bottom
Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "Vodafone"

4.5G the fastest network you can’t use: Can your phone handle the nationwide upgrade?

4.5G the fastest network you can’t use: Can your phone handle the nationwide upgrade? The upgrade puts the Spark network slightly ahead of devices, with no commercially available modems or phones supporting the entire range and combination of 4.At present, the average 4G speed for mobile users in New Zealand is 36 mbs, when Spark trialled the first 4.

Hands-on impressions from the Destiny 2 open beta for nsoles

Hands-on impressions from the Destiny 2 open beta for nsoles An open beta for Destiny 2 happened on both PS4 and Xbox One and it gave us a preview of both the single player campaign and the multiplayer modes.Things improved with subsequent expansions and thankfully Destiny 2's single player campaign feels much better in terms of its storytelling and overall atmosphere.

Bluff Marae takes on ding for kids with the help of deCamp

Bluff Marae takes on ding for kids with the help of deCamp Te Rau Aroha Marae, Bluff is holding a unique programme with the help of CodeCamp from Wellington.Sumaria Beaton, program organiser says, “We are a go-ahead region and want our young ones of the future to thrive.

The voice whispering in your ear: Microsoft HoloLens 2.0 gets an AI upgrade

The voice whispering in your ear: Microsoft HoloLens 2.0 gets an AI upgrade It is not an exaggeration to say that deep learning has taken the world of computer vision by storm.This processor is part of what makes HoloLens the world’s first, and still only, fully self-contained holographic computer.

Rest in Peace MS Paint: Kiwis say goodbye to childhood memories

Rest in Peace MS Paint: Kiwis say goodbye to childhood memories In the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update list it was announced that the classic program, MS Paint, is not in active development and might be removed in future releases.Over the years many great artistic works have been created in MS Paint, some content creators on Youtube even using the program to create complex animations.

SSDo’s and Don’ts: How to install your SDD drive

SSDo’s and Don’ts: How to install your SDD drive If you didn't get a PC with SDD pre-installed the task of adding this nifty little device can seem daunting.If you’re a first-time SSD installer, there’s no need to fear, Crucial NZ has now published an easy three-part process to installation: prepare, copy, install and download.

Beme part of the rugby match: The new app that lets you get up-close with the Vodafone Warriors

Beme part of the rugby match: The new app that lets you get up-close with the Vodafone Warriors The launch of the new Vodafone Stadium Live App means that fans of the Vodafone Warriors can now get closer than ever before.Developed in conjunction with SKY TV and the Vodafone Warriors, the Stadium Live app for Vodafone Warriors takes fans at Warriors home games right into the thick of the game-day action.

The ethics of smart devices: A nversation with the #1 IoT influencer in the world

The ethics of smart devices: A nversation with the #1 IoT influencer in the world Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino is the world’s top ranked Internet of Things (IoT) influencer.She lives in London where she runs the IoT meet up, and where her product, the Good Night Lamp, was born.

Vodafone NZ launches Red nnect service for Chinese customers

Vodafone NZ launches Red nnect service for Chinese customers The company says that New Zealand’s Chinese population is set to grow more than 80% over the next eight years, according to Statistics New Zealand data.An important part of the Red Connect service is WeChat, a Chinese social media platform that has more than 938 million active users.

Vodafone named NZ's fastest mobile & fixed network operator

Vodafone named NZ's fastest mobile & fixed network operator The Speedtest Award winner is determined using Speedtest results from Ookla, an independent internet testing tool.4 million consumer-initiated tests were completed using fixed line connections, and almost 100,000 on mobile.

Using robotics, IoT & automation to clean up NZ’s waterways

Using robotics, IoT & automation to clean up NZ’s waterways Internet of Things (IoT) devices, data analytics and automation are starting to be used to  clean up waterways, in New Zealand, and around the world.The Ministry for the Environment says irrigation is by far the largest use of water in New Zealand, making up 65.

Using robotics, IoT & data analytics to clean up NZ’s waterways

Using robotics, IoT & data analytics to clean up NZ’s waterways Internet of Things (IoT) devices, data analytics and automation are starting to be used to clean up waterways, in New Zealand, and around the world.The Ministry for the Environment says irrigation is by far the largest use of water in New Zealand, making up 65.

Solarcity and Vodafone team up to transform Kiwi houses into smart homes

Solarcity and Vodafone team up to transform Kiwi houses into smart homes Kiwis can save on power bills and turn their houses into smart homes thanks to a new app launched by solar power company solarcity.It’s all down to a new intelligent energy management system that gives homeowners the power to manage their, homes their way.

Vodafone & Temuera Morrison help Google with te reo Maori pronunciation

Vodafone & Temuera Morrison help Google with te reo Maori pronunciation This list will be worked through with support from the Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori (the Maori Language Commission), with te reo tika (correct) place names set to be updated on Google Maps later this year.Ngahiwi Apanui, chief executive of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori (Maori Language Commission) says, “Our vision is to have te reo Māori resonate throughout the entire country.

Vodafone NZ customer finds major loophone in 'My Vodafone' system

Vodafone NZ customer finds major loophone in 'My Vodafone' system Members of a New Zealand online tech community discovered a potential vunerability in Vodafone New Zealand’s ‘My Vodafone’ platform yesterday.The loophole could have potentially been exploited to mine Vodafone users’ contact details and email addresses in the past, however so far there is no evidence to suggest that this has happened.

Vodafone shuts down 20-year-old Paradise and Clear email platforms

Vodafone shuts down 20-year-old Paradise and Clear email platforms Matt Williams, Vodafone NZ consumer director says, “Since we launched our email service in the 1990s, email and technology have grown up a lot and our customers have told us their email service is no longer delivering the sort of experience our customers need today.“We’ve made the decision to close the service down and connect customers who need a hand setting up a new account to the email experts, Google Gmail and Microsoft Outlook,” says Williams.

The roadmap to 5G: Vodafone deploys live 400 gigabit optical system

The roadmap to 5G: Vodafone deploys live 400 gigabit optical system The new optical system is now carrying live core IP traffic between Vodafone's Auckland data centres.” “It also represents some of the most advanced technology in Vodafone New Zealand’s network, capable of carrying 44 x 400 gigabits of capacity across a single fibre pair.

Vodafone unveils new mobile plans – data bundles with no strings attached

Vodafone unveils new mobile plans – data bundles with no strings attached The bigger data bundles come with no usage limitations, meaning customers can create mobile hotspots and tether to other devices, regardless of whether they are at home or on the move.For those who don’t need as much data, Vodafone has upped its Red+ Lite plan to include 10GB of data (up from 4GB) for $59.

Vodafone and Spark announce availability dates for latest iPhones

Vodafone and Spark announce availability dates for latest iPhones 01 PM this evening, September 15, on the Spark website, and the device will be available on Friday, 22 September."Kiwis wait with great anticipation every year for the launch of the latest iPhone and we are thrilled that Spark will be among the first in the world to deliver the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus to our customers,” says Clive Ormerod, Spark customer and marketing GM.

Huawei and Vodafone launch sleek new Y series phones

Huawei and Vodafone launch sleek new Y series phones With Māori language week completed, consumer electronics company Huawei believes te reo Māori initiatives need not be restricted to a single week.Like Huawei’s recently released flagship P10 Series, both handsets offer te reo Māori as a standard language option, available as a full operating system or dual English/Māori keyboard, however, the new phones come at a much lower price point.