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Is your Black Ops II freezing?
Less than a day from launch and Black Ops II is already experiencing technical difficulties, some gamers are reporting.
Black Ops II available in NZ
Halo 4 launched less than a week ago but already has a competitor in the same genre as Call of Duty: Black Ops II is now available in New Zealand.
Twitter resets passwords after hacker threats
Social media site warns users of hacker attacks but admits to over enthusiastic response.
Quade Cooper cops $60,000 fine
A Twitter-rant criticising the wrong people, and the wrong video game, lands rugby star with a $60,000 fine.
Overloading hits Dotcom's new site
Newly launched 'splash page' crashes due to demand as Dotcom mocks FBI in Twitter jab.
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Trend Micro announces apps for Windows 8
Offering consumers protection of their digital lives on all Windows 8 compatible devices at home or on the go.
Your mini guide to Windows 8
Rebecca Rallo takes you through Microsoft's most dramatic upgrade since Windows 95.
Slingshot down with network problems
Fault to the internet service provider's network provider causing problems for customers.
Sky’s the limit for social media
As the world watched Felix Baumgartner's 24-mile skydive from the stratosphere on Sunday, the world shared their feelings through social media.
Bethesda springs Hearthfire download surprise
Bethesda surprises PC users today, making Hearthfire downloadable content for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim available without previous updates.
Warcraft wants casting ideas for movie
A Warcraft movie has been a long time in the making but Blizzard high-ups have asked for casting ideas to speed up the process.
‘Social networking’ that improves performance
When Ben Ridler whips out his iPhone for a bit of social networking, it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s goofing off.
Kiwibank issues Apple app alert
Bank asks customers not to upgrade to new operation system iOS6 but insists there are no financial risks involved.
Key “disappointed” with Dotcom spies
Extradition case now at risk as Prime Minister condemns government spies but refuses to comment on why they illegally bugged the Megaupload founder.
Steve Jobs widow joins Forbes Rich List
Laurene Powell becomes the wealthiest women in Silicon Valley after inheriting Job's huge fortune.
Android App of the Week - My Tracks
Handy little app from Google that records your path, speed and distance whenever you do some outdoor activities.
Facebook warfare as Taliban dupe Aussie troops
Terrorist group uses social networking site to steal military secrets from love-sick soldiers.
GoDaddy back but never hacked
The world’s largest domain registrar resumes service but denies being hacking, blaming an internal issue on the outage.
GoDaddy goes down
World's largest domain registrar experiencing major downtime potentially causing millions of websites to go down.
Mobile malware multiplying in millions
New threats such as mobile "drive-by downloads", the use of Twitter for control of mobile botnets, and mobile "ransomware" increases malware detection to four-year record high.
Opinion: Kim Dotcom is not your friend
If there are two things that Kim Dotcom does well, it is making money and manipulating public perception.
NetGuide Kim Dotcom Edition on sale now
Kim Dotcom has been the hot topic of the year in the technology world, and with his internet restrictions lifted and his enthusiastic take to Twitter, this case continues to fascinate the public.