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Apple confirms retina display, LTE for new iPad - Updated
The device, thus far referred to only as ‘the new iPad’, will hit stores on March 16 in 10 countries.
Party with monsters
Party with Monsters is New Zealand’s fastest growing social networking website. I built it in about a month while staying at a friend’s apartment on Parliament Street in Auckland
Stuff girls say!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably seen (or at least heard of) this insanely popular YouTube video series created by Canadian comics Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey.
This month the team at Social Media NZ looks at how to make it big on YouTube by doing it small, how Intel’s museum of me makes you a star in your own hall of fame & how the new Facebook timeline is leaving a sour taste in people’s mouths.
Apple bombs Google with iPad event invite
Event announcement timed to coincide with competitor’s keynote speech at Mobile World Congress.
Fry: 'Twitter is for twittering on'
Actor who created a broadband bother says he didn't expect broadband tweet to be taken so seriously.
Seven tips for starting a small business
You or someone you know has a great idea for a small business - now what?
Excitement builds for Mass Effect 3
Executive producer takes to Twitter to answer questions from rabid fans.
How much is social messaging costing telcos?
Ovum says it’s time for network operators to start re-thinking their legacy services, or wait for further drops in revenue.
RIM releases PlayBook OS 2.0
Android apps, integrated email client among big changes to tablet platform.
Broadband: ecosystems, not egosystems - Updated
Actor Stephen Fry tweets his frustration at download throttling as broadband conference kicks off.
How to bug me on LinkedIn
A look at what you may be doing to annoy your connections.
Are you ready for Webstock?
Massive week of tech events kicks off in Wellington this Monday.
Negotiations over Symantec hack revealed
Hacker offered US$50,000 to return source code; did it come from the company, or from government agents?
Symantec invests big in backup
Significant upgrade boosts speed, simplicity and flexibility in push for disaster recovery market.
Social Media: The next level
This month the team at Social Media NZ looks at how the Kardashian effect will have us all reaching for the stars, a recent legal issue that has got the interweb buzzing and a new social network that wants to help you kick your bad habits to the curb
What's host at CES 2012
With more than four decades of success, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is back, introducing some of the coolest new gadgets on the market. Here is a round-up of some of the best ones we’ve seen:
The road ahead
Some key trends point the way forward for unified communications, says Fulvio Toniotti, managing director of Jabra Australia/New Zealand, who highlights the key trends and what they mean for resellers.
Reaching inward to improve customer service
Tony Warhurst, director of sales and marketing, Australia and New Zealand, Aastra provides some tips on connecting the dots between back office proficiency and the front office contact centre.
2011: the year of living and working dangerously online
2011 saw further development of security risks for IT users – both as individuals and as employees of businesses
The unlikely winner of CES 2012: Windows Phone
Conference buzz suggests Microsoft's new system is ready to take on iOS and Android.
Investors unimpressed at Google result
Shares fall drastically as earnings fall short of Wall Street estimates.
How to access Wikipedia during blackout - Updated
Twitter feed offers amusing alternatives to online encyclopedia.
Mark Zuckerberg posts first tweet since 2009
Facebook founder crosses to the other side to protest anti-piracy bills.