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Mega founder Kim DotCom is planning to launch "Megaparty" in time for the New Zealand elections. The eccentric millionaire hopes to get the youth and internet users to be excited about voting.
The wait is finally over and the Xbox One is launching. New Zealand is the first to kick-off the worldwide party, with an official launch event showcasing Microsoft's new console and its features.
StatCounter's numbers claim that there is one global territory where the OS market share of Windows 8 is far higher than anywhere else, in the small island territory of New Zealand called Tokelau.
After New Zealand made the controversial decision to (almost) kill off software patents on Wednesday, experts have expressed doubt at the bill's validity; they question how best it can be enforced.
Microsoft has added support for the Māori language, spoken by the native people of New Zealand, to Windows 8, along with Office 2013, Outlook.com, and Internet Explorer 10.
Google has unveiled an ambitious new project, to provide Internet access to a greater portion of the world by floating balloons over it. The concept will be trialled tomorrow, in New Zealand.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Surface Pro tablet will launch in the UK, Germany, France, Australia and 15 other markets by the end of May, with Russia, Singapore and others being added in June.
Kim DotCom's new on-line service will have a New Zealand-based domain, the entrepreneur confirms. And it will work with the due respect of the local laws.
Even as Kim Dotcom prepares to launch a successor to his ill-fated Megaupload, he's working on other exciting projects, like building a fiber system for New Zealand - and it's free, at least to ISPs
The Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand has suffered a massive breach of security after a blogger found theirentire network was open to be browsed by users.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, apologizes to MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom, after it was found that the country's government illegally spied on Dotcom's activities.
Kim Dotcom is to receive up to $6,000,000 from the New Zealand government to aid his legal battle for the future. This money will be secured from $10,000,000 in bonds that were frozen back in April.
Possible further delays are likely as the New Zealand court has ruled that the FBI must present their evidence of piracy to them before the extradition hearing takes place in March next year.
A video showing part of the law enforcement raid in January on the New Zealand-based home of MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has surfaced, showing more of what happened that day.
After a charity intended to help children was attacked by a hacker attempting to prove his mettle, Anonymous reacted, delivering their own brand of vigilante justice upon the person responsible.
The content industry says that the new law has been effective in fighting piracy in the country - for a month, at least. Now they want to cut the cost for sending infringement letters out.
A New Zealand judge has ordered the FBI to start copying a whopping 150 terabytes of data from the computers of MegaUpload's founder Kim Dotcom in preparation for a possible transfer of those files.
A judge in New Zealand has given the government of that country and the US three weeks to produce the evidence that they used to charge the organizers of MegaUpload with online piracy.
New Zealand ISP FYX has ended its censorship-free 'global mode' soon after launch, citing "matters that require consideration" before the content industry decide to sue the provider out of existence.
A group in New Zealand is building a mobile wallet that consumers will soon be able to use to pay with their phone to catch the bus, and eventually may replace debit cards.
A judge has declared that the order to raid the assets of Kim Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing web site MegaUpload, was handled incorrectly and has now been declared "null and void."
It seems every country from big to small is getting the Nokia Lumia line up, with New Zealand being the latest country to announce the Lumia 710 and 800 availability.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom may be in jail but this week someone on his New Zealand estate put up a realistic looking inflatable tank that scared his neighbors for a little while.
New Zealand Apple retailer -- YouBee -- apparently today confirmed that Apple would be bringing out some great new products, such as the iPhone 5 and more.
Even more details about Thursday's raid of Megaupload's founder Kim Dotcom's home in New Zealand have been revealed by law enforcement officials as Dotcom himsef waits in jail for a hearing on Monday.
If you happen to be in New Zealand, the wait is over; Facebook's Timeline feature is here. Facebook is testing out the service in New Zealand before it gets a wider release in the near future.
Tomorrow, new anti-piracy laws specifically targeting peer to peer file sharing come into effect in New Zealand, even though the government has no idea what they're doing.
Microsoft is launching Office 365 around the world today, their first real attempt at tackling Google's online Apps. Office365 is a product that collides Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync online into one...
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The New Zealand government has decided to invest NZ$1.5 billion to start a government owned corporation to get fiber internet to its residents. Their goal is to get the fiber to 75% of the homes...
The New Zealand Government has quietly implemented a country-wide internet filtering system, designed to filter illegal content from the public, such as Beastiality and Child Pornography. The filter is opt-in by ISP's, and is governed...
It looks like New Zealand is set to be the next country to get country-wide internet filtering, according to a blog post on Geekzone. The New Zealand department of internal affairs has released a draft...
October 22, that's the date Windows 7 will hit retail shelves and start being sold on new PCs around the world. While the code will go RTM and be released on MSDN, Technet and undoubtedly...