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Nissan Australia faces Facebook wrath
Car company awards prize in comp to friend of social media co-ordinator.
How not to run a Twitter campaign
Qantas catastrophe highlights the dangers of social networking stuff-ups.
Should tweens be on Facebook?
Study shows over half of 10 to 13 year olds have access to mainstream social networks.
Friend or foe?
US comedian promotes second annual 'National Unfriend Day'.
Facebook and Twitter going down the toilet
Users invited to donate their profiles for a week in support of World Toilet Day.
Cloud reality not meeting the hype
Study shows benefits are falling short of expectations. Can cloud computing really deliver on its promises?
Short wait for Firefox 8
What sets the latest version of the Mozilla browser apart from the others?
This month it was not a celebrity who had the epic fail but rather the airline she was flying.
Baby boomers catching up to younger generations’ technology skills
You might think that young people are the only ones in the know when it comes to technology, the internet and social media, but you’d be wrong!
The cooks source [sic] controversy, or web justice 101
The moral of the story? On the internet, the mob rules.
Hackers port Siri onto iPhone 4
Main point of difference in iPhone 4S imported to predecessor device - although not well enough for a public release.
How to tell when your start up is overusing social media.
Swearing for charity
New Twitter project collects cash for Unicef every time subscribers use profanity.
Four tips to help build an online reputation for your business.
Interview: game producer from Sony's XDev studio
With just a few months until the release of the PlayStation Vita (rhymes with heater), we speak to Sony's John McLaughlin about what fans can expect.
Apple releases iOS 5, OS X Lion with iCloud - Updated
Early stumble as users around the world complain of 'Error 3200'.
The smartphone threat
Security software vendors warn of risks behind Android's open platform.
LinkedIn feature exposing user data
LinkedIn is a popular tool for resellers – and customers – but as Catalin Cosoi, head of BitDefender’s Online Threats Research Lab details, a new feature can leave you exposed.
Top 5 celeb technology blunders
We take a look at the top 5 celeb technology blunders. No surprise, Miley Cyrus is on the list.
Twitter hacked lessons learned and bring on the cup fever!
This month, the team from Social Media NZ looks at the important lessons you can learn from a hacked twitter account
If you build it, will they come?
The third annual CCiNZ Conference and Awards was held on 2 September 2011 at the SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre with around 155 people attending.
The rise and rise of UC
While Unified Communications is not new, it is an area that keeps renewing itself. And as Henrietta Kjaer discovers: the market is set to evolve and grow further.
Massive jump in Google+ users
"Given this momentum, it is hard for me to imagine a scenario where Google+ doesn’t end up with hundreds of millions of users."
Microsoft rolls out Mango
Microsoft has begun upgrading Windows phones around the world with its new Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, aka Mango.