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Androids hold 75% of market share
Operating system marks fourth anniversary since launch with three quarters of the market share.
Testing underway for new BlackBerry 10
Research In Motion says much-delayed new smartphones are being tested by carriers across the globe.
Windows 8 Phone could challenge iPhone
Microsoft's new release set to surpass BlackBerry and take on Apple.
Opinion: Apple's apogee
Congratulations everyone reading this, you’ve seen Apple Corporation hit its peak.
Yahoo's business blueprint expected today
New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer expected to unveil her business blueprint as she plans to turn around the struggling company.
Yahoo returns US$3.65bn shareholder cash
CEO Marissa Mayer says company will return money made from the sale of its Alibaba stake to shareholders, in a "terrific outcome" for Yahoo.
Mayer bins BlackBerry for iPhone 5
New Yahoo CEO ditches company issued handsets in favour of a list of approved high-quality smartphones for employees.
Will the BlackBerry bounce back?
Research in Motion MD believes the pushback of BlackBerry 10 devices was a "tough call" but cites "aggressive share targets" for 2013.
Zendesk launches mobile web support portal
Zendesk launches a new mobile customer portal, enabling more than 20,000 businesses to offer improved self-support anytime.
Opinion: Microsoft’s massive gamble
The rumour mill is cranking it up a few levels around the imminent release of the Microsoft Surface RT tablet.
Android dominates smartphone market
Android has continued its dominance in the smartphone market, outselling Apple's iPhone by four to one in new figures released today.
RIM loses local boss
Local MD departs after just three months in the role.
App of the week: Grab a Seat
Air New Zealand daily deal app does more than just list the day's specials.
Virtual-to-cloud - and on to the 'super network'
How enterprise-grade applications like mobile computing and IP voice and video will strain enterprise networks - and what to do about it.
BlackBerry delivers 'wake up' manifesto
Campaign that began with Apple store protest stunt culminates in online statement touting BlackBerry for business.
The TechDay Weekender - May 5th 2012
RIM lays gauntlet with bizarre Apple stunt; Samsung intro’s its latest smartphone; and Auckland students take out Imagine Cup with ingenious ‘Mobile Eye’ app.
RIM appoints new ANZ managing director
Experienced APAC operator sees ‘fantastic opportunity’ in thriving smartphone market.
Virtual-to-cloud – and on to super network
Prepare to meet the super network says James Owens, Extreme Networks regional director, Australia and New Zealand.
Mobile Marketing Strategy for 2012
By Steffan Kelly, sales manager, TXT Engine
New RIM boss admits challenges are 'significant'
Former co-CEO resigns from board as latest earnings report shows drops in revenue, shipments.
iPad 2 claimed over 70% of NZ tablet sales last quarter: IDC
New model sure to drive sales further, despite 4G connectivity not working here.
Trade Me adds touch site
Don’t want to download yet another iPhone or Android app? No problem, online trading site says.
Celebs make CES cool
The Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas has always been an exciting time for us tech geeks, but it seems that celebrities are getting in on the fun now too!
RIM releases PlayBook OS 2.0
Android apps, integrated email client among big changes to tablet platform.