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Million dollar software gift to the blind
New solutions for vision impaired customers inspires massive software gift from Microsoft NZ.
PC Monitor shipments down last quarter in ANZ
Global analyst IDC examines the ANZ PC monitor market shipments from last quarter.
Samsung No 1 Mobile Phone brand in ANZ
The market share statistics for Apple and Samsung, just in time for last minute Christmas shopping.
New feature set for Xero today
Today the cloud based accounting software provider updated it's offering.
iTunes Match now available in NZ
The long awaited cloud hosting service for iTunes has been launched outside of the US.
Zynga sets IPO price at top of range
Maker of Facebook games including Farmville and Mafia Wars confident investors aren’t done with technology.
New MW3 modes, patch coming this weekend
Infinity Ward to add their favourite user-created modes to game's multiplayer playlist.
RIM profit bombs - Updated
Co-CEOs to cut cash compensation to US$1 a year, due to a significant earning drop.
Apple rises in ANZ PC rankings
HP still leads the pack, although analysts acknowledge 'PSG spin-off debacle' has hurt the company's reputation.
Xero appoints US head
Online accounting vendor Xero has made a new appointment to drive growth in the United States.
Game review: Assassin's Creed: Revelations
Ubisoft has released the highly-anticipated final chapter in the story of Ezio Auditore da Firenze; how does the game live up to its expectations?
The most influential people in telecommunications
Counting down the big players in the New Zealand telecommunications industry.
Renaissance distribution manager: ‘watch this space’
Doug Casement says management has some ‘great plans’ to get troubled company back on track in 2012.
Meet the new ICT Minister
Reaction to Amy Adams' appointment has been mixed. Will she bring fresh enthusiasm to the role or is she out of her depth?
Kiwis overpaying for fixed-line and mobile services
Commerce Commission says we match the OECD on broadband prices, but pay too much to use our phones.
Author-it launches in cloud
Auckland-based business introduces SaaS model following two years of beta trials.
Keep an eye on your home or business this Christmas
The DCS-930L camera retails for $149, and the DCS-932L, which has built-in LEDs and a low-lux image sensor for night-time recording, will sell for $199.
Huawei to supply Chorus with RBI boost
New deal provides equipment to increase capacity of existing fibre-optic cables.
Top data disasters of 2011
Everyone knows the reasons for effective data backup, but sometimes we still don’t do it until we hear one horror story that resonates in some way.
LinkedIn's most (un)popular buzzwords
Networking site reveals 10 most commonly used adjectives; how many are on your profile?
Sotheby’s to auction founding Apple document - Updated
Contract establishing world's largest tech business sells for a whopping sum.
App of the Week: LinkedIn
Apps are supposed to make things easier, but this one just seems to complicate things.
Naughty Dog's newest push for gaming respect
Studio exec wants The Last of Us to drive gaming into same realm as film.
Microsoft releases OneNote for iPad
The app allows users to take quick notes ‘for keeping tabs on all of your busy life’s tasks, commitments, ideas and decisions’.