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Apple talks tough in China iPad dispute - Updated
An initial ruling on the case by a Shenzhen court went against Apple, but the company is appealing.
Bluetooth keyboard from NZBargain
You've quite possibly seen something like this before, but let's see how it fares in comparison to some of the other options on the market at the moment.
How much is social messaging costing telcos?
Ovum says it’s time for network operators to start re-thinking their legacy services, or wait for further drops in revenue.
PS Vita launched in NZ
There was music, drinks, and a giant Sackboy, but the star of the show last night was definitely the PlayStation Vita itself.
Towers to banish dial-up in rural NZ
Vodafone was responsible for building the tower, although other telcos will be able to use it.
Xero upgrade adds discounts, HTML graphs
Online accounting software company Xero has rolled out a new release addressing a bundle of user requests such as discounts and invoice line re-ordering.
Business intelligence tech event comes to Auckland
2degrees, Mighty River Power and others to explain how they used Business Intelligence to improve their decision making.
Apple wins Motorola 'slide-to-unlock' dispute
Why is one device safe from injunction in Germany? We find out.
Australian govt finally intro's R18 game bill
After a long wait, new law should be in place by 2013. The move will come as a relief for both players and publishers.
First look at Nokia’s Lumia 800
The Windows Phone-based handset makes its NZ premiere. We take a look.
Employers forced to choose 'next-best' candidates
ICT managers are having to make compromises in their hiring choices as salary expectations outstrip budgets.
News publishers not matching ads to readers
In-house ads are taking up the majority of space on mainstream news sites, as publishers struggle to convince advertisers to make the leap from print.
Who’s using MySpace?
40,000 new people per day, that’s who. It seems the revamp has been a success.
TelstraClear absorbs revenue decline
TelstraClear has released its half-yearly results, showing an improvement in earnings despite a drop in income.
Huawei signed for Christchurch UFB build
Enable Services has selected Huawei New Zealand to supply the fibre equipment for its Christchurch UFB build.
Is this Samsung’s last Apple laugh?
The ad, which cost US$10.5 million in air time alone, aired during the game’s fourth quarter.
Nokia bringing Lumia range to NZ - Updated
Chris Carr says the Lumia will change the way people think about Nokia.
Apple takes teaching to new heights
"It gives them a tool, like GarageBand for music, where they can create their own resources that are in context for their own students.”
Game on in Auckland with Auckmageddon
Gaming fans have just over a week to secure their tickets to attend the massive LAN gaming event, Auckmageddon.
LOL Cats circulate the web
You’ve probably seen these hilarious photos of cute kitties with funny captions circulating the web. Known as "LOLcats"
App of the Week: Rdio & Brancott Estate
For those a little less inclined to look ridiculous, you can simply select the option to match your wine with the right dish.
Employees get sucked in by smarter cybercriminals
Corporate content security solution providers WatchGuard have polished up their crystal ball and are taking a look at some of the security risks lurking on the horizon for this year.
Is your business tech savvy, or just tech sufficient?
"Technology is a wonderful tool but it is just a waste of space if we don’t know how to use it."
Nintendo releases grim earnings forecast
It's troubling times for the house of Mario, according to Nintendo's financial forecast.