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Internet of Things (IotT) may be the buzz phrase du jour, but when you look beneath the hype, connected machines and machine-to-machine technologies are

Mary Poppins reckoned a spoonful of sugar did the trick with unpalatable medicine. Now a bunch of students have applied the Mary P principle

A future incorporating the Internet of Things is closer than we think. Billions of “machines” will be talking to one another autonomously, without human

It’s quite possible that we’ll look back on this time five years from now, and realise we were in the midst of a magnitude

Our publisher and fearless leader, Vincent Heeringa, talked to Mark Sainsbury on his radio show last Sunday about the recent success of transport app,

Arianna Huffington swooped into Auckland for some glad-handling and sharing stories from her time as an author, political pundit and founder of the Huffington

It turns out that the key to handling digital disruption is not through your website, your data or your team of geeks - it’s

Did you know that the technology behind 3D printing dates back to 1986? Nowadays 3D printing is being used in many different industries, from

A New Zealand-based data management startup aiming to revolutionise the way businesses move data to the cloud has just launched in the US after

Kiwi company Cloud M has launched the Blerter app in a bid to break down silos between organisations when it comes to managing health

More and more Kiwi companies are getting into cloud tech, but it can be hard for SMEs to know where to start. This infographic by Eclipse

When Auckland cloud-based property management company Re-leased started last year, founder and CEO Tom Wallace never thought he would be putting his ideas in

Chiasma is bringing the health industry together in an event designed to boost the sector's global prospects.The Health Entrepreneurship Forum at the end of

A Kiwi student has found a novel way to raise awareness of schizophrenia symptoms with wearable tech and an app that drive users to

Xero has used its annual partner conference to sound a warning that not adopting cloud computing could mean getting ditched by customers.