New Zealanders need to better understand the risks of prioritising user features over security when it comes to the many internet-connected devices we use, says a Massey University cybersecurity expert.
Pat Pilcher’s round up of all the tech worth knowing about, for work, rest and play.
BMW is turning Middle Earth electric after announcing a substantial contribution to the charging network Charge Net NZ.
Fonterra’s newest high-efficiency milk powder plant features the world’s joint-largest dryer, which has just come online in the South Waikato.
Domino’s has joined forces with Flirtey to launch the first commercial drone delivery service in the world.
The number of people using contactless payments has jumped over 20% compared to just a year ago, according to MasterCard research.
BOC has opened its new $40 million CO2 capture and purification plant
Countdown customers will be able to pay using Visa payWave on Debit in a move by the supermarket to offer greater payment choice.
John Buckley’s monthly round up of all the tech worth knowing about, for work, rest and play.
Thousands of local businesses are not ready to meet Google’s upcoming ‘Mobilegeddon’ deadline according to a local marketing expert.
Food giant Nestle is planning to hire 1000 robots as sales clerks at stores across Japan. The first batch of the chatty humanoid called Pepper will report to work by the end of the year at outlets that sell coffee capsules and home espresso machines.
Digital images are increasingly important in the marketing and sale of most products. Food and grocery companies need ready access to high quality “digital assets” for use in printed collateral, websites, point-of-sale displays, planograms, mobile apps and more.