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Apple reveals free product recycling initiative
Apple has ramped up its environmental efforts across the world, with every Apple Store now taking back and recycling any unwanted Apple products, responsibly and for free.
300 million Not Out as LinkedIn seeks magic 'mobile moment'
After recruiting more than 23 million members since December 31, 2013, LinkedIn admits... "We know mobile is critical."
Spotify reveals greatest ‘ghost’ tracks
Spotify, is celebrating Easter this year by hunting for eggs of a different kind, trawling through their catalogue of over 20 million songs to uncover the best of hard-to-find hidden and/or bonus tracks.
Samsung seeks solace in Apple’s ‘Holy War’ on Google
“Apple is in danger of hanging on to old paradigm for too long (innovator’s dilemma)."
Users back up data, but still lose it
Having an external hard drive isn’t enough…so why are they losing their data?
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster - your journey starts now
Square Enix Ltd. have released a new trailer for FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster, out now for the PlayStation3 and PlayStation Vita.
Expanding Vend secures $25m capital boost
"2014 is going to be a very big year for Vend," says the company's CEO.
Sony announces Project Morpheus VR system
Sony Computer Entertainment has announced the development of "Project Morpheus" (Morpheus) − a virtual reality (VR) system that takes the PlayStation4 to the next level of immersion and demonstrates the future of gaming.
Free invite - Hack for good in Auckland next month
This is an open invitation to designers, software developers, architects, activists, innovators or anyone who wants to be involved to participate in a weekend of ‘hacking for good’.
Would you like to see the iPhone 6 have a curved display?
As it has been a few months since the last iPhone release, the rumour mill is well and truly turning with regards to what Apple's next flagship handset will look like.
Industry turns out in force for Westcon's Unified Comms event...
Ten vendors, one very clear message for unified communications enablement at Westcon's Switched On event in Auckland last week.
Is Chorus stitch-up a backdoor bailout?
“It shouldn’t be Kiwi consumers who pay the price of incompetence and secret negotiations which have stuffed up a major infrastructure rollout."
Resolve your security with WatchGuard Technology
"Our reason for selecting WatchGuard was simple. We were looking to standardise and secure our customers' Internet connectivity."
Channel partners invited to Trend Micro partner programme launch
Trend Micro is inviting all valued partners to exclusively attend the Trend Micro Partner Forum in Auckland, with the company hosting breakfast at the Sofitel Hotel on April 4.
NZ online platform wins Sochi Paralympic broadcast rights
Attitude Pictures will present New Zealand audiences with 44 hours of free coverage and highlights packages from Sochi 2014.
Think Sochi is a Cyber-War Zone? Try Your Local Starbucks
Most everything they describe in the story is as equally true at your local Starbucks as it is in Sochi. Therein they miss the opportunity to present a more accurate picture of global security, as opposed to the "evil Russians."
Kickstarter support required for meMINI
The Kiwi entrepreneurs behind meMINI are planning to introduce more innovative features to the wearable camera if they get increased Kickstarter backing.
LUNCH INVITE: Sail away with Team NZ and Dell innovation
Join the Emirates Team New Zealand team as they share how Dell’s game-changing technology powered a new class of multihull boats during the 2013 America’s Cup.
Off the scale iPhone 5S and iPad Air demand drives 80m Apple sales
A super strong holiday season means Cupertino will announce iDevice sales in excess of 80 million units by the close of January.
Technology's worst Xmas cracker jokes...!
Whether it be mocking Apple fanboys, making slanderous claims against Samsung or kicking BlackBerry while they are down, here’s our best of the worst tech cracker jokes...
How replication acceleration still saves SAN costs
Recent talk regarding WAN optimisation suggests that network optimisation features provided by SAN vendors are eliminating the need for replication acceleration.
Rayman makes the leap onto nextgen
Ubisoft has announced that Rayman Legends will enter the next generation of gaming on PlayStation4 and Xbox One on 27 February 2014.
Apple issues Black Friday NZ shopping teaser
While Apple has yet to reveal the exact products up for discount, the company's website shows iPads with green smart covers and Apple EarPods.
SMBs need help to better understand cyber attack threats
Research reveals over half of SMBs globally do not see cyber attack as a significant risk.