New Zealand document management company Stellar Library has attracted the interest of a range of American organisations after attending Interop, the world’s largest annual trade fair for IT in Las Vegas.
Wellington based technology company Tekron has just shipped its first ever Chip Scale Atomic Clock based timing solution, marking the successful miniaturization of the technology and the opening of new markets for the company.
PowerbyProxi, the Kiwi developer of the world’s most advanced and safest wireless power system, attracted strong interest in its In-Device Wirelessly Rechargeable Battery Solution at the recent China Hi-Tech Fair in Shenzen.
Producers of cage eggs are being warned to expect an outraged mob of consumers and animal activists utterly disgusted at the appalling treatment of battery hens on farms around New Zealand, according to Voxy.co.nz.
Boeing Co's newest, biggest plane has cast a shadow over ceremonies to mark the three-years-late first delivery of its smaller cousin, the composite-plastic 787 Dreamliner, according to a Bloomberg report carried by GulfNews.
Stevia is increasingly becoming the leading sweetener choice, partly caused by the momentum in media attention, the potential of new markets, and its FDA GRAS status, according to “Sugar, Sugar Substitute, and Sweetener Trends in the US, 3rd Edition” released by US market research publisher Packaged Facts.
The proliferation of smartphones in South Korea is transforming this former "walled garden" ruled by local players into one of Asia's most promising destinations for global Internet and social networking firms, according to GulfNews.com.