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My Top 5 Games on my iPhone
With thousands of games available on App stores, we hunted through and highlighted five of our favourites:
App of the week - Hyperlapse
We check out the new time lapse video app from Instagram
The apps I can't live without...
I don’t like clutter and I’m constantly deleting things off my iPhone that I don’t need...
Censorship... Is Facebook keeping Kiwis quiet?
This is interesting considering the upcomoing election here in New Zealand; a topic that gets up a lot of people’s grills...
TV review: The Killing, Season 4 starts
At one point I could hear myself breathing and all that was happening was Sarah standing in the middle of a room.
App of the week: Bolt
<span style="color: #000000; font-family: Calibri; font-size: medium;">Instagram has released their answer to Snapchat – Bolt.
Trend Micro: NZ ranks high in online streaming trickery
New Zealand has ranked as the fifth highest country affected by dangerous social engineering lures during the recent school holiday movie season.
Samsung NZ saves the selfie snarling Black Cats...
Over in the UK, it’s been reported that black cats are being abandoned by their owners because they don’t take good selfies. Yeah right, I hear you say. I said it too.
Do you really hate Facebook? Or is it just because you're supposed to?
Most people I know say they hate Facebook, and complain about how boring it is on a regular basis.
Yahoo! Community goes to the web...
The news that Commnity is headed to Yahoo for a sixth season has delighted fans (and me) of the now un-cancelled series.
Her hips don't lie... who wins the Facebook popularity contest?
So you may have heard that Shakira became the most popular person on Facebook after hitting 100 million likes week – the most likes any public figure on Facebook has ever achieved.
Nice move, Slingshot...
Earlier this month Slingshot unblocked access to certain movie websites, much to the delight of their customers.
Is Facebook's Buy Now button a game-changer for SMBs?
Facebook introduced a new feature last week that businesses are sure to like. It is testing a way for advertisers to make a direct sales pitch to Facebook users, and it could be a game-changer.
For their eyes only... Facebook Mentions
Facebook has released a new iOS app for celebrities and public figures, namely actors, athletes, musicians and other "influencers", making it easier for them to interact with their fan base.
Kiwi car rental firm drives Wi-Fi tech push
Thrifty Car Rental customers will be able to access the internet from wherever their rental car takes them in New Zealand.
Series finales worth watching (not How I Met Your Mother)
Now that most of the hype about that disgusting series finale of How I Met Your Mother is dying down, I thought I would take a look at some other finales that did a much better job wrapping up the show.
Bitcoin... What exactly is it?
Bitcoin is the currency of the internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralised digital money.
Every you step you take... more wearable tech
Keep track of everything you do with wearable technology – the SmartBand SWR10 from Sony is an innovative life-logging wrist band.
iOS review: MovieMood
Sometimes picking a movie is as painful as the day is long, whether you’re in a group or all alone on Friday night.
Fitbit gets even better
Fitbit's app lets users track realtime run, hike and workout stats
Film review: Devil's Knot
This movie brought nothing new to the table. It was just a dramatisation of everything the Paradise Lost and West of Memphis documentaries uncovered.
Election App: Left or Right - How will you swipe?
The app doesn’t tell you who the policy belongs to, but at the end will suggest which party would be best suited to you, based on which way you swiped.
Film review: Meet the Millers
it’s a full on five minutes of perving at Jennifer Aniston’s bodacious bod...
My top five tear jerkers...
It was nothing but a cruel joke that made every single unsusupecting kid and adult cry their frickin eyes out.