Should VMware customers be considering Plan B?
Uncertainty clouds VMware's future following its £61bn acquisition by Broadcom, forcing many clients to contemplate alternate measures amidst concerns of staff layoffs and price hikes.
Generative AI in Search expands to over 120 new countries with more language support
Generative AI in Search now supports four additional languages and extends to over 120 new territories, enhancing search experiences.
Grapple surpasses AUD $200m milestone as they introduce AI to their Lendtech platform
Grapple surpasses the AUD $200m funded invoices milestone by introducing AI to their innovative Lendtech platform.
Groundbreaking AI tutor alleviates exam stress for Australian students
Zookal introduces AI tutor 'Exam Prep Zookal Genius' to help students excel in exams, offering personalised learning at an affordable price.
Seagate unveils fastest SSD for PS5 for enhanced gaming experience
Seagate introduces its fastest SSD, the Game Drive PS5 NVMe, promising enhanced gaming performance for PS5 users.
APAC parents hide internet activity from children more than cyber attackers
APAC adults fear kids viewing their private online data more than cybercriminals, Kaspersky study reveals.
One million visitors later, Kiwi history website revamped
One million history buffs boost Kiwi website into a revamp, making the past a daily delight for global audience.
Slice of Silicon Valley History coming to NZ with your help
Techvana, NZ's future IT museum, is crowdfunding to preserve Silicon Valley history. Mark and Katie Barlow aim to showcase their vast tech collection.
TESA enters new era after 46 Years
It’s the start of a brand new era for one of New Zealand’s oldest privately owned electronics companies, TESA Electronics Ltd.
Be a part of NZ history with Trade Me
Online auction site invites Kiwis to be part of New Zealand history through 100 year time capsule.
Nothing but the classics
If you love history and reading, you could probably waste away hours on this site dedicated to the best classic novels ever written, dating centuries back.
NZCS launches '50 Years of ICT Innovation' book
400-page book outlines the history of ICT and computing in New Zealand.
YouTube turns five
YouTube sees two billion daily views as it turns five, but co-founder Chad Hurley sees more potential.
An online gold mine
One of the great things about the Internet is its power to democratise information.
We just happened to be in the neighbourhood
Doing business in Asia can be challenging, but with careful preparation and perseverance, it can be a rewarding venture.
The Best of - Arcade Games
Video gaming was born in the arcades. Arcade games blew the minds of all that encountered them.