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Signs Apple is bringing Siri to iPad
iOS 5.1 beta shows voice assistant tool could be a feature of rumoured iPad 3.
University offers IT course in high schools
Australian institution keen to change perception of the tech sector among students; do kiwi institutions need to do the same?
Bethesda confirms Skyrim PS3 lag fix
Patch due in next few weeks will re-ignite game for frustrated Sony fans.
App of the Week
App of the Week: Bump
Nifty app takes the grind out of exchanging contact details.
Network site keen to target SMBs
Community focus will allow businesses to 'create advertising that's not awful'.
Nokia unveils first LTE Windows phone
Lumia 900 introduced exactly five years after the launch of the very first iPhone.
The coolest way to protect your device
Coating that prevents water damage to smartphones and other devices may be the most useful product on display at CES.
News: Tim Cook's salary, interview with Dom Leca, Griffin's Twenty, and more!
Depending on what Apple-related blogs you currently read (current website excepted, of course), Apple CEO Tim Cook's salary in 2011 was somewhere in the vicinity of $1.
Optimizer HQ offers ultra-cheap SMS marketing
New Texta service aims to make text message promos affordable for small businesses.
StorageCraft continues partner development push
Former IT channel manager for Samsung Electronics appointed to newly created channel support role.
Enterprises turning to Apple
Spending on Macs and iPads by businesses to double by 2013: report.
Are you selling yourself short on LinkedIn?
Tips for utilising the world's largest business-to-business networking site.
Hefty incentive package for new Yahoo! CEO
Why former PayPal boss Scott Thompson will be keen to perform.
Olympus to sue executives following scandal
19 current and former bosses face lawsuit relating to dodgy accounting practices.
How much gaming is too much?
PhD student seeks participants in study on link between 'excessive' gaming and depression.
Chinese ready for iPhone 4S
Regulatory approval shows Apple is serious about the gigantic market.
Critics slam Acer's cloud copy
Similarities to iCloud extend all the way to slides used in presentation.
iPad 3 in March; iPad 4 in October?
Which of the rumours about Apple's tablet plans do you believe?
Kiwibank scam warning
Latest phishing messages include emails sent from @kiwibank.co.nz addresses.
Synnex balloon ride winners
More Lenovo promos promised as distributor names reseller competition winners.
iPhone prompted 'cage match': Windows Phone team
Engineers reveal the crisis sparked by Apple's landmark device.
Intercad completes management buyout
Bosses at Australasian 3D modelling software distribution company take advantage of bank's decision to divest.
Bench press for success
Workout networking, or 'sweatworking', may be the newest way to get ahead in business, but taking a break could actually be better for your Start Up.
New Zealand to kick off Global Game Jam
Teams given 48 hours to conceive and create a brand new computer game as part of worldwide event.