Fantastical virtual reality art show comes to Tauranga
Two artists from different disciplines have collaborated on a show that utilises virtual reality to take attendees into imaginative lands.
Tauranga’s innovation on display at Techweek ’18
Over 30 leaders from technology, scientific, agritech and social enterprise sectors will be speaking in a curated programme of 15 events.
It’s official: Tauranga is all fibred up
Tauranga becomes fifteenth urban area to complete Ultra-Fast Broadband rollout, with high uptake and investment of $75 million. #UFB.
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.
NZ's fastest growing city encouraged to utilise UFB
Tauranga's Mayor rallies locals to harness Ultra-Fast Broadband's full potential amidst city's rapid growth.
Tauranga event looks 'Beyond Broadband' to innovative NZers
Ultrafast Fibre Limited is hosting a 'Beyond Broadband' Expo in Tauranga to showcase the benefits of the UFB network.
NZ Transport Agency utilises Bluetooth technology
The NZ Transport Agency has installed a network of high-tech sensors to make travelling around Tauranga and parts of the Bay of Plenty easier.
Enthusiasm for the Teacher-led Innovation Fund huge, says Ministry of Education
Teacher-led Innovation Fund receives overwhelming support, with $2.7m already funded in first round. Stay tuned for Round 2 applications.
NZ property values rise at fastest pace in 9 months in March: QV
New Zealand residential property values climbed at the fastest pace in nine months in March, led by strong demand in Auckland.
Seeka post-harvest shed destroyed in fire, earnings likely to be unaffected
Seeka Kiwifruit Industries, the country's biggest kiwifruit grower, doesn't expect earnings to be materially affected by a fire that destroyed a shed.
NZ property values rise at fastest pace in 5 months in February, led by Auckland
New Zealand residential property values rose at the fastest pace in five months in February, driven by strong demand in Auckland.
Tauranga ISP’s cow* to jump over the moon**
Tauranga ISP's mascot, a toy cow named EVA, will soar to the edge of space for science on World Earth Day, gathering crucial data.
Discussing 2013 Hot Topics with Packet Technologies
Why not join Packet Technologies for a coffee and listen to some short, thought provoking presentations by it's speakers across New Zealand?.
Partners sought for unique monitoring offering
Hands-off solution offers huge potential for progressive, well-connected resellers.
Ultra Fast Broadband
With the government’s UFB programme finally beginning to take shape up and down the country, here’s an FAQ about the process to help you differentiate your ISPs from your LFCs.
Orcon goes live in Hamilton and Tauranga
Orders now being taken for Orcon's local loop unbundled (LLU) telephone and ADSL2+ broadband network services.
Government announces first UFB cities
$60 per month for 100Mbit connections in Hamilton, Tauranga, Whangarei, New Plymouth and Wanganui.
Pingar launches 'Impressions' search engine
New algorithm search developed with AUT promises faster, more refined results, says New Zealand company.
TelstraClear goes live with new network
TelstraClear has announced the most ambitious unbundling programme to date, with 42 exchanges around the country now live, and a further 20 exchanges to be unbundled next month.
DON'T MISS: Cisco SMB Roadshow
An event held every six months, the Cisco SMB Breakfast Club is back, and attendees can be in to win a Linksys Wireless N Router.
CodeBlue opens Invercargill branch
The eighth branch of the IT services provider, known as the South branch, will serve the Southland and Central Otago regions in an effort to increase the company’s South Island footprint.
Compass rolls out WiMax nationwide
Mike Lancaster, the company’s wireless champion, says 15 WiMax sites have been constructed and will be live in the next two months.
Woods wins for the 2nd year
In July, Quicken New Zealand awarded Verna Woods, director of Quick Training in Tauranga, its prestigious Consultant of the Year by Quicken NZ.
Revenge of the Nerds
Hawkes Bay-based Need a Nerd is out to change the stereotypical techie image.