Mobile technology news stories
Cultural norms continue to drive F&B technology trends into the future
The food and beverage industry has risen to meet the changing expectations of consumers. Players have spent time rethinking and reconceptualising how to engage with patrons to create operational structures which deliver services according to emerging expectations.
Complete connection: the 75-year evolution of the mobile phone
The first mobile phone call was made 75 years ago, in a car. How has technology changed since then and what does the future of communication technology look like?
Number of APAC manufacturers with ‘smart factories’ to triple by 2022
In a world-leading effort, almost half of APAC manufacturers will have fully connected factories by 2022 with tech use among them expected to surge.
Smokefree campaign uses text to help smokers quit
Te Tai Tokerau PHO is helping GPs who will help Northland patients become smokefree. The system will use text messages to deliver vital health info.
Ministry of Education
First-ever digital book for deaf Māori students launched
"The app breaks new ground in language revitalisation, interpreting the world of a deaf Māori student through art, storytelling, & mobile technology."
NZ broadcasters choose LiveU as live video coverage vendor
LiveU has announced that it has secured further stakes in New Zealand's broadcasting and news industry as demand for its live video services grows.