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Doing more with voice commands
Vendor looking to give consumers more reasons to use headsets.
Book review: Learn Marketing with Social Media in 7 Days
Simple guide to Facebook, Twitter and others sure to aid curious businesses.
Fibre Watch: Let me be the first...
Another week, another announcement of a UFB 'first'. This time it's the first schools to be connected to the embryonic Government-funded network.
Is your customer’s business tablet ready?
Mobile devices are presenting challenges for IT managers who need help implementing and enforcing appropriate policies. John-Paul Sikking, Cisco New Zealand’s security expert gives advice to pass on to your customers
The privacy laws behind facebook
Websites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter have become so commonplace in the last few years that it is easy to cast aside the age-old fears of identity theft
Touchpads and Twitter - the good, the bad and the ironic
The team from Social Media NZ looks at the Orewa and iPad debacle, Hackers giving NewsCorp a taste of their own medicine, Barack Obama turns to Twitter and loses fans in the process, and we review the new(ish) HP TouchPad.
Save $$$ with Skype
Skype is becoming more and more popular as a trendy, convenient, innovative and (most importantly) free way to communicate
JailbreakMe developer lands Apple internship
19-year-old taken on after helping millions to circumvent iOS download restrictions.
TradeMe: We're hiring!
Top trading website on the lookout for staff at Tech.Ed.
2011 Web Awards finalists announced
The voting has now finished and finalists decided. Check out who has made it into the top five in each category.
The business lunch question
If you could share a midday meal with one business leader, who would it be?
More details on PlayStation Vita
Social networking apps to be offered as well as exclusive sharing features.
Office 365 suffers outage - Updated
The outages are frustrating for technology companies trying to convince IT professionals that cloud services are reliable.
PS3 price slashed
Sony has dramatically cut the price of its Playstation 3 console around the world, with New Zealand consumers to benefit from drops of $150.
Battlefield 3 to require EA's Origin
Developers confirm long-anticipated game will only run on publisher's distribution service.
Amazon's cloud crash
Netflix, Reddit and Foursquare among sites affected by outage.
Battlefield 3 runs out of Steam
EA Games’ well-publicised spat with Valve’s Steam distribution service continues.
Apple and Microsoft crushing innovation: Google - Updated
Microsoft bosses strike back after search giant exec blasts competitors' Android attacks.
Newcomers to challenge 'entrenched' players
Google+ and iCloud ready to take on Facebook in mobile environment: developers.
Proxim’s Kiwi Wireless Push
Proxim Wireless has signed Renaissance as its second New Zealand distributor as it seeks to ‘better communicate’ with local resellers and ‘find their needs in terms of networking and applications’.
Christchurch’s resilient business community
In the wake of the earthquakes, Christchurch businesses have proven themselves remarkably strong. Henrietta Kjaer went to Christchurch to talk to some of the organisations and companies involved in getting the town functional again.
Protect your children online
Kids today grow up using technology from a very early age.
LulzSec strikes The Sun
Hackers end brief retirement to attack struggling media empire.
Vodafone wants to know your ...
The telco is wanting to get a snapshot of 24 hours in your life through social media.