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CompTIA launches tool to measure emerging tech-readiness
CompTIA says the assessment will help to identify what steps are needed to ensure organisations expand their business.
Blockchain could boost transparency in fashion industry
The Blockchain and Fashion (BCF): Growing Local Industry Through Sustainable Fashion event, which coincided with Malaysia Fashion Week, discussed how blockchain can be a game-changing technology for the fashion industry.
AU study looks at agritech challenges ahead
Barriers to adoption include infrastructure challenges such as a lack of connectivity, and the lack of strong value propositions.
YOU'RE INVITED: get the tools for success at IEEE: GLOBECOM
One of IEEE's premier events will get you up to speed and ready to innovate.
Local start-up aims to redefine who can create VR
The company is called Augment Space, and they say their platform can be used by anyone to create and upload interactive VR experiences
The new sensor device that allows the visually impaired to detect objects from over three metres away
The device designed to help individuals overcome the limitations of the traditional cane.
China's green vision: More electric cars!
"In the next several years, out to 2020, we expect to launch at least 10 new energy vehicles into the marketplace."
Vodafone brings kiwi ideas to life with xone programme
Xone is a start-up accelerator and innovation lab, where Vodafone partners with start-ups at all stages to find new and exciting technologies.
NZ power companies ignoring Solar tech, consumers pay the price
Emerging technologies in the electricity and transport sectors are being stifled by outdated policies and signals from power companies, says SEANZ.
Fully electric, highly sought after: Tesla Model 3 comes to NZ
“In my view there is no better place in the world to be plugging in a vehicle than New Zealand, with our home-grown renewable energy.”
Tech issues are part of privacy law review
The Law Commission wants the public’s views on how technology has affected privacy, as it prepares a major review of the Privacy Act.