Microsoft's $100 million+ data centre approved for Auckland

Microsoft has been granted consent from the New Zealand Overseas Investment Office to advance its plans to open a datacenter region in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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CODE partners with FutureGames and Otago Polytechnic to bring game development to Kiwi students

The partnership is the latest milestone for CODE, a Dunedin-based national hub that is working towards the development of a $1 billion video game industry over the next ten years.

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2020 Prize Winners

Visit our prize-winning projects for 2020. 2020 Prize Winners >>

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Hands-on review: Gigabyte Aorus G27QC and G27FC 27” gaming monitors

Chances are that the cool flat-screen that you purchased to replace the CRT screen that you pilfered from work back in 2005 is way past its prime.

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NortonLifeLock introduces dark web monitoring to its security suite

Dark Web Monitoring Powered by LifeLock will be capable of monitoring the dark web, searching for over 120 personal identifiable information including email, physical address, phone number, driver licence number, credit card or bank account numbers and gamer tags.

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PlayStation 5 New Zealand release date and price announced

In New Zealand, the PlayStation 5 console will be released on November 12th, 2020.

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Local collaborations get to the bottom of a seating issue

The noho move™ chair is the ‘trail blazing’ (first) product offering of noho Limited, a Formway Group company established to take a new breed of Formway designed, locally manufactured, home...

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Digital Council for Aotearoa New Zealand #weeknotes (20)

The Digital Council of Aotearoa Chair, Mitchell Pham was a panelist at the DataCon virtual summit last week.

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Digital Council for Aotearoa New Zealand #weeknotes (20)

The Digital Council of Aotearoa Chair, Mitchell Pham was a panelist at the DataCon virtual summit last week.

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Xbox Series X & Series S: NZ price and release date revealed

Both consoles will have a worldwide release date of November 10th, 2020. Due to the New Zealand timezone, we will be the first country in the world to usher in a new generation of gaming.

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