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The world thought the iPod touch was dead: 'Nope', says Apple
It has been four years since Apple released the 6th generation iPod touch, so clearly Apple thinks there’s still life in the iPod yet.
6th Gen iPod touch: First impressions
There have since been numerous iPod revisions. Now Apple has launched their latest refresh. Here are my first impressions.
iPhone 6 signals gadget overload
Are people getting frustrated with the amount of separate devices they need to own in order to conduct their every day living?
"It's theft... Thousands and thousands hours of struggle..."
"It's theft. What's copied isn't just a design, it's thousands and thousands of hours of struggle..."
Apple eats through Microsoft's PC stock
If you label computers as devices on which people actually conduct their business, then recents findings suggest Apple leads the way.
Cook bets on Apple with new product launches
"There will be new categories…It means that we are betting on Apple. It means that we are really confident on what we are doing and what we plan to do."
Apple NZ almost doubles profit... pays $3.9m tax
Apple Sales New Zealand, the local unit of the iPad and iPod maker, almost doubled annual profit on largely flat sales, while extracting a dividend that eclipsed earnings.
Apple's iPod business collapses...
Reports being released show that Apple's iPod business collapsed last quarter, with the device's revenue accounting for two percent of the tech giants revenue.
Top 10 Steve Jobs quotes…
Revolutionising an industry in creating technology rivals could only look at with amazement, here is a collection of inspirational quotes from the late, great Steve Jobs.
iPhone death forces Apple charger re-think
Death of a young Chinese woman last month prompts Apple to launch new Trade-In deal for iOS phone chargers.
Has Apple lost its vision?
Former Microsoft COO believes the Apple era may be on its way out due to the lack of vision within the company.
iDidn't want to sue Samsung
Apple CEO Tim Cook did not want to sue South Korean rivals, despite the late Steve Jobs' insistence.
iPhone 5 Jailbreak set for release
After a four month wait, Evad3rs plans to release its jailbreak tool Evasi0n Apple's latest smartphone.
Armed robbers attack Apple
Unrelated raids in America and France as thieves get away with over US$1.3m worth of Apple products.
Apple wins rounded rectangle patent
Android camp likely to be concerned as Silicon Valley company awarded design after examination of prior art and works.
Apple shifts 26.9 million iPhones during Q4
Tech giant misses Wall Street estimates for fourth quarter results, but posts revenue reaching US$36 billion.
Apple reinvents popular music player
As the excitement surrounding the release of the iPhone 5 dies down, we examine the new features of the iPod touch and iPod nano.
Plasma/LCD TVs up, digital cameras down
Roy Morgan tech ownership report shows who owns what in New Zealand.
Apple's slick store service app
Internal tool lets workers see when an online shopper has arrived to pick up a purchase.
Apple reveals NZ pricing for iPod suite
Market data for iPhone 4S not forthcoming.
Say goodbye to the iPod
Apple flicks click-wheel games in anticipation of ending iconic device's 10-year run.
Google+ comes to iPad
Social networking newcomer expanded - how many users now?
E-Waste – The Path to Product Stewardship
The channel has an important role to play when it comes to e-waste and the chance to make its mark and help guide New Zealand in product stewardship schemes, says Jon Thornhill, General E-Waste Manger at RCN Group.
Leasing to meet green commitments
Leasing equipment can be an option for Kiwi businesses committed to sustainability, says Paul Beattie, Managing Director of Equico.