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Cyclic trend for social media spam
Facebook, Twitter & YouTube study shows attacks come in surges.
Social media NZ
Welcome to the first social media NZ column in Netguide! Netguide asked the team at Social Media NZ to share some of the exciting new things happening in the tech and digital world.
Hosting goes virtual
You get what you pay for, says Trudy Barnett, ICONZ general manager Systems and Technology, and she gives advice on how to choose a virtualisation hosting provider.
What’s on your bucket list?
A new social networking site is on the horizon, but this one is different from your typical Facebook, MySpace or Twitters out there. ‘My Bucket List’ is a page dedicated to the activities, goals and triumphs people want to achieve before they die.
LulzSec claims an end to hacking campaign
One LulzSec member said over a Skype interview that the dissolution due to boredom, not FBI.
Stolen password analysis reveals bookish trend
A 'back of the envelope' breakdown of stolen usernames and passwords reveals a bookish trend
Desert Zombie brings FPS to iOS
Unreal's Desert Zombie game is a first person shooter for iPhone and iPad
iOS 5 already jailbroken
The new iOS 5 has been jailbroken before its even released
Sony hacked again; more user details compromised
Sony's online security worries increase as one of its websites, this time Sonypictures.com, is hacked again.
Social media gives journalism a run for its money
When you think about Facebook or Twitter, you don’t usually associate them with serious news. However, it would appear that social media is actually strengthening the market for quality journalism.
Celebrity fail of the month
It would seem that Nicole Polizzi (aka "Snooki") of Jersey Shore fame has fashion designers fighting for her attention, sending her an array of expensive handbags.
Not intended to be a factual statement
U.S. Senator Jon Kyl’s less than factual statement has made its way onto Twitter, providing users with some serious laughs at Kyl’s expense.
3. Indispensible Apps
The latest and greatest apps to make your life that little bit easier.
The end of illegal file-sharing (for good this time)
New Zealand’s parliament has officially rushed through a bill making it illegal for users to share copyright material. Although we have heard the likes of this law before, it has never managed to stand its ground – until now.
Information 2.0: opportunities for the channel
Chris Barton, Clearswift channel manager, looks at the security challenges being faced as a result of the increasing adoption of Web 2.0 in organisations, and the role of the reseller in the modern organisation’s information security strategy.
Twitter welcomes TweetDeck to the nest
The move comes as no surprise considering 13 percent of all tweets are sent from TweetDeck.
Opera encores on iOS
Its big benefit is a 90 percent compression of data traffic for speed (and bandwidth) savings.
Windows Phone Mango announced
Watch a video of the upcoming 'Mango' version of Windows 7 Phones.
Internet a-Twitter with super-injunction scandal
Twitter is being dragged into British privacy row involving an unfaithful footballer.
Social Media & Mobile Marketing forums
Two upcoming Bright*Star conferences bring social media and mobile marketing gurus together to share their knowledge.
Presentation: Getting the most out of your Mac at work
Macworld has teamed up with the author of the 'Mac at Work' book to present a webcast on getting the most out of your Mac in the workplace.
Live-tweet session with packet capture pioneers announced
Riverbed is hosting a live-tweet Q&A with packet capture pioneers Steve McCanne, Loris Degloanni and Gerald Combs.
Twitter for Mac's first major update
The popular desktop Mac OS Twitter app gets an upgrade.
RIM launches Blackberry Torch
Research In Motion (RIM) today officially launched the BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone in New Zealand.