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How to stay safe online when heading back to school

How to stay safe online when heading back to school Nick FitzGerald, senior researcher at ESET, has compiled a few cyber security tips for those of you heading back to school in the coming month or two.“More and more children get their first device at primary school,” explains FitzGerald.

Auckland IT jobs paying the most, Wellington a 'mixed bag'

Auckland IT jobs paying the most, Wellington a 'mixed bag' Grant Burley, management consultant at Absolute IT, says that as a whole the IT median base salary ($80,000) in New Zealand has been stable over the past 6 and 12 months.For Wellington, Burley says it’s a bit of a mixed bag.

Unitec and Kiwi mpany create specialised SEO urse

Unitec and Kiwi mpany create specialised SEO urse It officially kicks off next month, and will be New Zealand’s first semester-long tertiary SEO course.Richard Conway, CEO of Pure SEO, explains that finding top SEO talent is difficult in New Zealand.

Apple issues security patches for…just about everything

Apple issues security patches for…just about everything On Monday Apple issued security patches for all of its major operating systems – fixing vulnerabilities in iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, the Safari browser, and iCloud for Windows.iPhones and iPads, for instance, now have access to new version of the iOS operating system – version 10.

Xtra mail cuts support for outdated email clients; warns customers to upgrade

Xtra mail cuts support for outdated email clients; warns customers to upgrade The company is strongly recommending that customers should upgrade their operating systems and mail clients.The company is also urging customers to take note of what is supported from a security perspective.

Unitec to launch specialised SEO urse

Unitec to launch specialised SEO urse “By working very closely with Pure SEO we have designed a course of study which genuinely reflects what is needed in the workforce,” says Bain.Richard Conway, CEO of Pure SEO, explains that finding top SEO talent is difficult in New Zealand.

IT job ads down, report finds

IT job ads down, report finds The latest Jobs Online report from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has found online job advertisements in the information technology sector have fallen 2.4%, despite the total number of online job advertisements growing by 1.

Chorus and Crown Fibre rolling out UFB to 169 more areas around NZ

Chorus and Crown Fibre rolling out UFB to 169 more areas around NZ The two companies will continue the UFB rollout to a further 169 areas around New Zealand.This means that over 200,000 homes and businesses will be able to access fibre.

Apple vs Qualmm: Two more lawsuits in seminductor war

Apple vs Qualmm: Two more lawsuits in seminductor war The other complaint requests a determination of the terms of a patent license between Qualcomm and Apple for Qualcomm's cellular standard essentials patents.Don Rosenberg, executive vice president and general counsel of Qualcomm, says the filings by Apple’s Chinese subsidiary are just part of Apple's efforts to find ways to pay less for Qualcomm's technology.

HP expands global battery recall due to fire and burn hazards

HP expands global battery recall due to fire and burn hazards Fire and safety concerns prompted the company to recall batteries sold between March 2013 and August 2015 back in June last year.“It is essential to recheck your battery, even if you did so previously and were informed that it was not affected,” a company statement read.

Peter Dunne calls out Trump in spectacular letter

Peter Dunne calls out Trump in spectacular letter United Future leader Peter Dunne has congratulated Donald Trump on his presidency, saying he has changed the ‘nature of political discourse’ in less than a week in office.Entitled Dunne Speaks – Congratulations Mr President, Dunne tells Trump that he’s probably the most influential president of all time – but it isn’t a compliment.

Film review: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter ncludes the movie franchise

Film review: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter ncludes the movie franchise The Resident Evil movie franchise has been going on since 2002 and the series reaches its conclusion this year with The Final Chapter now out in cinemas.This is because the series prides itself by being full of popcorn good action and The Final Chapter is no different.

It's ming: 5G in every major region by 2021

It's ming: 5G in every major region by 2021 New reports are predicting 5G services to have 25 million subscriptions globally by the end of 2021, primarily for fixed and mobile broadband services.According to Ovum’s latest 5G subscription forecast, 5G will launch in 2020 and be available in every major region worldwide in 2021, with the analyst firm forecasting that there will be more than 50 operators offering 5G services in close to 30 countries by the end of 2021.

Civilization VI reaches new heights

Civilization VI reaches new heights The grand-daddy of turn-based strategy games has spawned many copy-cats, but none have managed to capture the depth of gameplay offered by the Civilization games.With Civilization VI, Firaxis have dragged their game right into the 21st Century, giving us the most polished entry in the series yet.

A return to form for Resident Evil VII Biohazard

A return to form for Resident Evil VII Biohazard At its very black heart this outing is a back-to-basics survival horror game.You are no longer just a spectator, Resident Evil VII puts your right into the horror.

Make 2017 the year you finally budget for charity

Make 2017 the year you finally budget for charity If you're an avid reader of the news, or even just a casual internet user, then you know the state of the world isn't exactly great at the moment.But maybe you're not totally sure how to work that into your budget.

Bulgarian cat walks again with the help of bionic legs

Bulgarian cat walks again with the help of bionic legs Pooh, a one-year-old cat from Bulgaria was found without his hind legs.But a local animal shelter raised funds to have him fitted with prosthetics legs The Bulgarian vet who performed Pooh's surgery also fitted three more cats.

Elderly woman finds £5 note worth £50,000, donates the money to young people

Elderly woman finds £5 note worth £50,000, donates the money to young people Finding out that the fiver in your wallet is worth thousands of pounds is a dream-come-true for some — but not everyone.A Northern Irish woman who discovered a rare £5 note worth £50,000 ($62,317) has given the note to charity because she says she has no use for the money.