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Marketing in the connected world: Part 3
Done right, social media can be a simple first platform into marketing in the personal space.
Tweeting Dotcom causes rape storm
Megaupload founder says sorry for two rape jokes in a week, after criticisms over his sense of humour trigger a response.
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.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 indepth explanation
Key Microsoft partner Intergen introduces us to Microsoft SharePoint 2013.
Kim Dotcom hints at Megaupload relaunch
Megaupload founder takes to Twitter to fuel speculation about a return for the music download service.
Confusion over Julian Assange asylum bid
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is at the centre of asylum uncertainty after conflicting reports over his proposed move to Ecuador.
Olympics used as bait for online attacks
Hackers use Olympics as a weapon for online fraud, with fake YouTube websites helping spammers take advantage.
Kordia partnership extends the telco into security
Local connectivity provider Kordia is launching a new cloud based web security solution.
Has WatchGuard redefined the threat management market?
Labelled as ideal for businesses with 50 to 500 employees, WatchGuard announces change for the unified threat management industry.
Kim Dotcom crashes car on way to court
Unhurt Megaupload founder tweets the accident before his court appearance in Auckland today.
Google buys Kiwi firm Wildfire
New Zealand social media firm reports buy-out on its own blog page.
Microsoft revamps Hotmail service
Microsoft has announced changes to its free online email service to try and claw back ground on Google’s Gmail alternative.
Olympic fans told to text, tweet or watch TV
TV coverage issues has led to calls for lessened twitter and texting activities during the Olympics as data networks become overloaded.
Twitter crashes on Olympics eve
Social networking site facing problems ahead of London 2012.
Apple releases OS X Mountain Lion
Branded as making the Mac, iPad and iPhone work even better together, Apple's new upgrade is available to download.
Batman shooting triggers video game violence debate
The horrifying massacre at an American cinema reignites the long-running criticisms of video game content.
New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant
Board 'showed their evolved thinking' in proceeding with appointment, Mayer says.
Layman’s explanation of Pinterest
Ninth and final part of our series explains the basics of Pinterest.
Layman’s explanation of LinkedIn
Part eight of our series explains the basics of LinkedIn. While tomorrow's final installment we will be explaining Pinterest
Layman's explanation of Digg
Part seven of our series explains the basics of Digg. While tomorrow we will be explaining LinkedIn.
Layman's explanation of Tumblr
Part six of our series explains the basics of Tumblr. While tomorrow we will be explaining Digg.
Layman's explanation of Google+
Part five of our series explains the basics of Google+. While tomorrow we will be explaining Tumblr.
Konami bringing trophies to MGS4
About time, or four years too late?
Layman's explanation of Skype
Part four of our series explains the basics of Skype. While tomorrow we will be explaining Google+.