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Foreigners denied Facebook and Twitter as North Korea orders blanket ban
The blanket ban ends access to services previously available to diplomatic missions and international humanitarian organisations
Social media key to new growth for NZ exporters and start ups
Social media is becoming an increasingly crucial tool for NZ exporters, and exporters are using this channel in more creative and innovative ways
Facebook jumps on the anonymity bandwagon with new Rooms app
Rooms is all about building identity, but outside of Facebook.
More gigs for social media users with new Spark offer
Refreshing newsfeeds and checking Twitter timelines has become a part of people’s day-to-day lives, so it makes sense to give customers more data to do so
Kiwi tech start up jumps in the online shopping ring
SellShed is a free mobile e-commerce platform which matches buyers and sellers in their local communities.
Let people know you're safe with Facebook's Safety Check
Many people turn to the internet and social media to check if their friends and loved ones are safe
Apple to offer egg freezing for female employees
With giants like Apple and Facebook offering the service, could egg freezing become a standard extra for female employees in the tech sector?
Find My Next Ride
Think Facebook and Trademe combined. Users can interact with each other, ask questions, post pictures, update their status and watch videos.
Helping those who help: how social media has changed the charity landscape
Social media enables charities to target different audiences, get more people involved and increase awareness of their brand.
Break ups and the internet: Facebook etiquette
In the days before social media, post break ups were only awkward if you ran into each other at the supermarket (and when does that ever actually happen).
When are breasts a bad thing?
People on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest express themselves in a variety of ways, so when is nudity art or expression and when does it become inappropriate?
Books that have stayed with you: a Facebook study
The latest thing making the rounds on Facebook is the "Top 10 books" craze.
Facebook to take on Telco's with VoIP service
More online competitors coming for the calling revenues of Telcos
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on Facebook.
The social media sensation is trying something new on Facebook.
Facebook: to follow or unfollow
It’s nice to know what they got up to on the weekend, or if a baby is due.
Has your Facebook status got an expiration date?
Facebook is testing a new feature that mimics Snapchat’s disappearing function.
10 reasons you'll never actually quit Facebook
Every now and then it becomes fashionable to say you’re quitting Facebook.
How social media lost the New Zealand election
In the wake of the 2014 general election, it could be time for companies and political parties alike to take a fresh look at social media.
Social Media Charity Crazes - will there be another ice bucket challenge?
Enough with the stupid challenges. Don't get me wrong. I think anything the raises awareness for things that people might not have otherwise thought about is great.
Facebook Messenger proving to be a hit
Despite all the complaining from many users, Facebook’s separate messaging app has proven to be extremely successful.
Post-election Facebook: all is not quiet.
I’ve noticed that left-wing supporters are far more vocal about their distaste for the right than right-wing supports are at all.
Instagram - #selfielapse
Instagram has released an update to its video app Hyperlapse, giving users the ability to capture time-lapse videos. We investigate.
Silicon Valley starlet heads to NZ to launch Kiwi tech startup
With past employers such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook, a Silicon Valley stalwart is heading to Kiwi shores to do business...
Facebook gets creative at Auckland’s AdSchool...
"It was about Facebook now, not Facebook two years ago."