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Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
Twitter under fire over 'let's burn gays' hashtag
Social media giant removes hashtag after French Gay rights group launches lawsuit against the website for inciting homophobic hatred.
Oracle Cloud Day: Kiwis top global social usage
Live from the Oracle Cloud Day in Auckland, Futurist and Entrepreneur Ross Dawson tells the audience "we are connected. And isn't that a fantastic thi
Stocks are rising…Facebook's capitalising
Ads, Ads, and yes, more Ads as social networking site smashes financial expectations with over one million advertisers now on board.
Would you pay $10 for no Facebook ads?
Social media giant is due to report its Q2 results today with eyes fixed on advertising revenue. But would you pay for an ads-free experience each month?
Royal Baby boy in for a Tweet
The Royal Baby boy sees Avicii’s "Wake Me Up" as the top streamed Spotify track, while causing over 25,300 tweets per minute online.
Can the internet save mental health sufferers?
New Zealand Mental Health Foundation praises social media, believing the internet to help depression sufferers.
Facebook hashtags… #released
Jumping on the Twitter bandwagon, social media giant allows users to keep track of trending topics through the introduction of hashtags.
Microsoft: Is your team properly 'socialised'?
Software giant claims worker appetite for social tools is increasing, even if it means spending their own money and defying organisational policy to use the technology.
NZX kind of likes social media announcements
New Zealand listed businesses must make the NZX aware of company announcements via social media, differing from American protocol.
Losing friends through Social Media?
A new study finds tensions, arguments and hostility on social networks spill over into real life.
Big Brother is watching you, doing Sweet FA
Peeping around corridors and eavesdropping conversations in the canteen is one thing, but have you been electronically spied on by your boss?
Marketers: Addaboy Facebook
Facebook's redesign of its News Feed signals a new era in marketing for the site, centered around replicating it's mobile advertising success.
Super Bowl XLVII on Facebook
With millions of fans tuning into the game worldwide, the Super Bowl is one of the most popular events of the year – something that was increasingly evident on Facebook.
Twitter gives fired marketeers 15 minutes of fame
Today we awaken to the news that a wit (or wits) in the marketing department of UK retailer HMV live tweeted their ignominious exit from the company.
Facebook loses 1.4m US users
Social networking site posts quietened Christmas period as active users desert social media.
ICT projects increase spurs 2013 recruitment drive
Confidence is up in the ICT sector with a significant rise in new projects bolstering recruitment activity for the year ahead.
Employees putting security at risk?
Most businesses go to great lengths and invest heavily in ensuring that confidential documentation and information is protected, both physically and online.
Overwhelming response to virtual Twitter patrol
Nearly 45,000 people took to Twitter to follow police on a virtual ride-along in the Bay of Plenty on New Year's Eve.
15% of social media reviews fake in two years
Latest findings suggest by 2014 companies will pay for reviews to increase ratings.
NAB Social Media Command Centre unveiled
National Australia Bank shows its commitment to social media with a new command centre.
Kiwi company launches online solution
New Zealander led Shuttlerock aims to generate fresh content which is easily recognizable by search engines.
The Pope sends first tweet
Vatican insists Pontiff wanted a Twitter account as he sends his first message.
Kiwi IT spending to hit $11 billion by 2013
Gartner predicts 2% rise from 2012, as Asia Pacific spending is expected to reach US$743 billion next year.