Lord of the Rings stories
New Zealand's Rebel Fleet bolsters Aussie film industry with Equinix partnership
Australia's film and TV productions will benefit from advanced technical services as The Rebel Fleet deploys in Equinix, a digital infrastructure company.
'The Rebel Fleet enhances digital services through Equinix partnership'
The Rebel Fleet boosts digital services, enabling rapid transfer of filming content via a partnership with Equinix.
Amazon to produce Lord of the Rings television series
Amazon secures rights to create a new Lord of the Rings TV saga for Prime Video users.
Books that have stayed with you: a Facebook study
The top 10 book craze on Facebook reveals interesting findings about people's reading preferences and the uniqueness of their favorite books.
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor revealed...
Sticking with The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings theme, the first serious offering for Xbox One and PS4 has been revealed.
LEGO The Hobbit game announced
Fancy joining Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, Thorin Oakenshield and company on their quest to the Dwarven Kingdom? Well you can in the next LEGO game.
The Hobbit – too much tech?
Peter Jackson's The Hobbit faces criticism for its high-tech frame rate, worrying fans it may detract from Middle Earth's charm.
Video games lead the Hobbit franchising pack
Jumping straight onto the Middle Earth bandwagon, two free-to-play games based on the Hobbit film trilogy will launch later this year.
New Lego The Lord of the Rings Trailer released
Warner Bros. unveils a whimsical Lego The Lord of the Rings trailer, promising a brick-built Middle-Earth adventure across all three films.
The Hobbit trailer released
Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' trailer unveiled, inviting fans on Bilbo Baggins' epic quest with dwarves and dragons.
Game review: Lord of the Rings: War in the North
Tolkien's books have become a New Zealand institution since the films were shot here; how will the latest game appeal?.
The end of illegal file-sharing (for good this time)
New Zealand’s parliament has officially rushed through a bill making it illegal for users to share copyright material. Although we have heard the likes of this law before, it has never managed to stand its ground – until now.
Santa’s hotline lights up Xmas tree
Telecom’s seven-storey high Christmas tree was lit up by the sound of children’s wishes at its unveiling in Auckland on Saturday.
Smooth sailing after turbulent year
Reflecting on the management buy out of Marshal Software, CEO Ed McNair swears he’d never go through the experience again.