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Windows 8.1 Preview Released - Users not impressed at first glimpse
Microsoft released the Windows 8.1 Preview yesterday and it's still underwhelming!
The Spy who killed Kiwi Privacy
“Mass surveillance is morally indefensible. Stop US spy subsidiaries in New Zealand. Stop the GCSB bill. Demand Independent Inquiry of #GCSB.”
Sex, Drugs and Anti-virus Software…starring John McAfee
Half-naked ladies, drugs, firearms, smoking, profanities and a fugitive suspected of murder - otherwise known as the "How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus" YouTube video.
NZ Govt IT spending to hit $1.6 billion
As government IT spending stays flat through out the world, the Kiwi market is expected to grow almost 1.4% this year.
Microsoft Office heads to iPhone…only
Microsoft has released Office Mobile for iPhone, but following months of speculation, there remains no sign of an iPad version.
Fairfax Magazines to close NZ tech titles
Company resigns the licences, owned by IDG, to publish technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World.
Making Sense of Apple's Latest WWDC Keynote: iOS7, Mavericks & More
You may have heard snippets like the word 'OS X Mavericks' and wondered what the heck Apple are doing now.
Beyond MDM - Is BYOD scaring your IT department?
It’s scary for an enterprise CIO these days, with vast amounts of confidential data being kept centrally.
Tim Cook "crazy" to join Apple
"I talked to people I trusted and they said this was not what you should do. You're crazy."
'Game changing' Apple set to 'surprise us all'
CEO Tim Cook defends the company's level of innovation, insisting "several more game changers" would enter the market.
Power to Android as Apple's sales slow
Google's operating system powers 59% of smartphones, tablets and notebooks, as industry analysts say Apple's iPhone needs a "refresh."
Win iPads when you purchase Adobe Creative Cloud
Be more creative, with the sharpest tools in Creative Cloud.
Microsoft advert mocks rival fanboys
Light-hearted commercial pokes fun at Apple and Samsung diehards, insisting 'Don't fight. Switch."
Introducing the Asus Transformer All-in-One
Asus clearly subscribes to the 'big is better' mantra, with their Transformer All-in-One featuring an 18.4-inch tablet.
Ubuntu 13.04: Raring Ringtail released to little fanfare
This week saw Canonical release the latest version of their flagship Linux operating system, Ubuntu.
Why you should make more mistakes
LinkedIn says big errors are burned into our memory so that we can learn from them. And even the most successful people make major missteps.
Gen-i offers 2,000 severance packages to buy Revera
Is Gen-i jettisoning staff to fund Revera purchase? We investigate.
Leapfrog down the waterhole: Symantec identifies weakest link attack
Evidently, cunning miscreants are seeking out the weakest link in information supply chains - the small business.
Workshare introduces secure collab app for iOS (oh, and hey, potential distributors, look here)
Using your phone for a lot more than making calls and doing social media? Of course you are.
NZICT invitation to Technology Innovation Week 2013
Technology Innovation Week 2013 is about getting past the idea and understanding the roadmap from inception through to exit of a New Zealand technology business.
LinkedIn search gets much much smarter
Did you know 5.7 billion professionally oriented searches were done on LinkedIn last year?
Review: Gears of War: Judgement
To look at, Judgment is lovely. I’m not a huge stickler for appearances anyway, and I tend to work on the basis that if it is noticeably ugly I’ll mention it.
UPDATED: TelstraClear fixes fault
"We apologise for the inconvenience are working with our vendors to determine the root cause."
StorageCraft moves with the Cloud times
StorageCraft has jumped aboard the move to the cloud, unveiling StorageCraft Cloud Services for Australia and New Zealand – complete with claims of 60 second cloud disaster recovery.