The TechEd 2013 bag review

, posted: 5-Sep-2013 13:13

Here we are then, a late look at this year's bag for Microsoft New Zealand's TechEd conference which kicks off next week. Without further ado, this is what it looks like: TechEd delegates will advertise the conference itself (naturally) but also Mic (read the entire post)...

Timelapse clip of Brisbane superstorm

, posted: 30-Nov-2012 12:18

Apparently, there were over 25,000 lightning strikes in just one day. By Noelia Ramon. (read the entire post)...

IITP Newsline: Software patents special issue

, posted: 7-Sep-2012 15:44

Subscribe to Newsline | IITP Website 7 September 2012 Your weekly dose of ICT news and views Software patents: We need your helpPaul Matthews, IITP CEO As many of you will be aware, last week Commerce Minister Craig Foss announced a long-overdue p (read the entire post)...

IITP Newsline: Aussie/DC, Banner Blindness, ICT Trends- skills shortage

, posted: 22-Aug-2012 15:43

Subscribe to Newsline | IITP Website IITP Newsline22 August 2012 Your weekly dose of ICT news and views Featured Article Aussie/DC Juha Saarinen, A man of many contributions There seem to be heaps of how data centres opening up across the ditch lat (read the entire post)...

The Microsoft TechEd 2012 bag review

, posted: 5-Aug-2012 13:09

The days are short and Auckland is in the monsoon season; this means it's TechEd time once more. Well, in a month's time it is, but I am in a position to give you a Community Preview of this year's TechEd bag already.This is what it looks like:Sturdy (read the entire post)...

IITP Newsline: Evangelising ICT, Future Shock, Secure Passwords

, posted: 18-Jul-2012 15:21

Subscribe to Newsline | IITP Website IITP Newsline18 July 2012 Your weekly dose of ICT news and views Featured Article Evangelising ICTBen Smith, IITP Projects and Engagement Coordinator New Zealand's first dedicated nationwide ICT Outreach program (read the entire post)...

New Zealand number three in Asia and Oceania for innovation: WIPO

, posted: 3-Jul-2012 20:11

The WIPO Global Innovation Index 2012 that surveyed over 140 countries and economies contains a pleasant surprise: New Zealand ranks third in Asia and Oceania for innovation, after Hong Kong and Singapore. With apologies for the infographic of course (read the entire post)...

NZCS Newsline: CIOs, Submarine Cables, ICT Trends and Kiwi PyCon

, posted: 28-Jun-2012 15:46

Subscribe to Newsline | NZCS Website NZCS Newsline28 June 2012 Your weekly dose of ICT news and views This week: Juha Saarinen: See eye see eye oh Paul Brislen: Submarines Garry Roberton: ICT Trends: Looking back, looking forward NZCS ICT-Connec (read the entire post)...

Experience IKEA’s Uppleva TV

, posted: 20-Jun-2012 17:16

Some assembly required, as with all of IKEA's stuff. Uppleva (Experience) comes with a TV, Blu-Ray player, and wireless speakers with a subwoofer all in one integrated packaged. M3 in Sweden thought the furniture bit of the Uppleva that took almost f (read the entire post)...

All my eggs in a basket

, posted: 5-May-2012 21:53

Vietnam is unfortunately covered in cheap plastic like most parts of the world, an environmental mistake of huge proportions that will come back and bite us, hard. They do however have alternative packaging materials that are more nature friendly. Ba (read the entire post)...


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