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GrabOne partners with Kidsline
Daily deal site keen to raise cash for teen/tween support service.
Five game characters we'd hate to buy gifts for
Christmas shopping can be a real drag, but imagine if some of gaming's most famous characters were on your list.
HP helps bring e-smiles to sick kids
Printing technology allows people to send messages of hope and happiness.
Vend aims to kill off poor POS
Merchant solution vendor's campaign to rid the world of dated point of sale technology.
More growth for Waikato tech group
NetValue adds another business to its arsenal of IT companies.
Channel Surfing: Cisco’s reseller promise
Networking giant boosts channel investment, promises not to compete with partners in the cloud.
Palo Alto Networks
Palo Alto Networks first NZ employee
Former solo operator puts company 'into hibernation' to focus on network security brand.
Apple's social media policies revealed
Guidelines published as UK tribunal refuses to give sacked employee his job back.
Phone manufacturers face Carrier IQ case
Class action lawsuit launched in response to tracking software complaint.
Apple's iOS codenames
For Mac developers it's big cats, for Android it's desserts - what do iPhone developers name their creations after?
Assange wins Supreme Court bid
WikiLeaks founder granted right to ask top judges to hear his argument against extradition.
The art of helping people buy
With modern clients savvy to traditional closing tricks, here's how salespeople can make sure they seal the deal.
Suse looking to re-open Linux conversation
Newly-appointed ANZ sales director keen to revive communication about open-source operating system.
InternetNZ labels TelstraClear promo 'disastrous'
Users complain of slow speeds during meter-free weekend, but ISP happy with experiment results.
Game review: Tekken Hybrid
Two girls riding a panda bear? It can only be Tekken. And yes, it's back.
Microsoft’s altruism accolade
The Microsoft Citizenship Award recognises the solutions that made a difference in 2011.
Six things you probably don't know about Blue Coat
We share a few facts about the global WAN optimization and web security solution provider.
SonicWall app lands on App Store - Updated
Businesses looking to support employees’ iPhones and iPads have a new option.
Mario Kart 7 launches for 3DS
Driving underwater and gliding through the air are two new joys Mario Kart players will be able to experience with the launch of Mario Kart 7 for Nintendo 3DS.
PlayStation network's security is 'world-leading': exec
Senior VP promises Sony has learned from April hacking disaster, thanks fans for staying loyal.
Samsung tablet ban reversed in Australia - Updated
While the ban has been reversed, Apple is not giving up patent fight.
Chrome overtakes Firefox, eyes up IE
Google browser takes second place in browser wars; so how far away is Internet Explorer?
Lenovo Lamborghini winners
Synnex names the five lucky resellers who will get to take three laps around Hampton Downs.
2012 Security Predictions
Check out this list from Fortinet, a Sunnyvale-based firm specializing in network security appliances, on its top security predictions for 2012. This is just a sneak peek – to view the full list visit tinyurl.com/7ap2tep