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Idealog—in the ideas business

The Wrap: 23 July

This week in the Wrap there's a button to bail out of dire situations, an app that makes your pet sit up and take notice, the science behind the scenic route and all that's bad about Facebook addiction. More …

New drive to get women into IT

NZTech has joined forces with Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) to create the Shadow IT programme, designed to give female school students a taste of a tech career. More …


Photo branding startup plots Russian invasion

After working with the likes of the Internet Party, Schick, Metro magazine and 2degrees in the local market, Auckland-based digital company Interlike is now setting its sights on the Russian market. More …

Digital fest back, with extra gadgets

The Digital Nationz electronics show is coming back for a second year, this time teaming with the Gizmos, Gadgets and Technology Show scheduled originally to launched next year by The Event Company, which is behind the CRC Speedshow. More …

The Wrap: 16 July

In The Wrap this week there's a camera concept to look around the corner, new ways to make the home and office smart and doodles drop onto lock screens. More …

Social media

Why Facebook should die


Former TUANZ CEO and now PR guy Paul Brislen says Facebook’s attitude will ultimately result in its demise. More …

Social media

Kiwi social media users snubbing their noses at brands


Kiwis’ engagement with brands and companies on social media is on the slide, with a Colmar Brunton survey on the social media habits of New Zealanders showing the number of Kiwis who follow brands on social media dropping from 41 ... More …

New innovation group hatches business strategy platform

Having bought Localist from New Zealand Post earlier this year as director of the new company Foundry, Christina Domecq is branching out with a separately run cloud software platform billed as a business navigator for small and medium companies. More …


The Wrap: 9 July

This week robots are coming to writers' rescue, it's Glass by remote, job ads by Snapchat and the real deal of apps. More …