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Apple remains top dog of declining tablet market
"Tablet shipment results were mediocre following impressive fourth-quarter performances that were supported by the peak season demand."
Super small, super light Kindle launched
Amazon says it’s mission is to create new Kindles that are smaller, lighter an faster in order to “make the device disappear”.
Amazon teases new education platform
"Someday soon, educators everywhere will have free and unlimited access to first-class course materials from a revolutionary platform."
Into the River ban a complete fail
Because Into the River is available online, the odds are that an interim restriction order will be about as effective as a screen door on a submarine.
Hands-on review: Amazon Fire TV
The arena of streaming apps is changing, and changing fast, vendors are going to need to up their game to stay with the pack.
Amazon Web Services a $5 billion business and growing
Amazon has increased its operating cash flow by nearly 50% to $7.84 billion in the past 12 months, and says AWS is a significant reason for this.
Tablet market falls for the first time ever
Samsung's struggles continue as low-cost vendors are quickly proving that mid- to high-priced Android tablets simply aren't cut out for today's tablet market
Amazon warehouse poses threat to New Zealand online retailers
If Amazon open a warehouse in Queensland, Australia it could disrupt the reseller market in Australia and New Zealand.
World’s first waterproof eReader coming to New Zealand
While there are some companies that will waterproof eReaders for a cost, research shows readers were disappointed that eReaders weren’t waterproof right from the start.
Soon you'll actually be allowed to Facebook at work
Facebook at Work will be entirely separate from personal accounts, with no information from a user's social profile appearing on his or her professional page, and vice versa.
Move over Spotify, YouTube’s here
New licensing deals means unofficial streams posted by regular users are now more likely to disappear, replaced by official uploads from labels.
Move over Netflix, HBO online is coming
The online streaming service will first be offered in the United States, but there are plans to bring it overseas
Tweet tweet: #AmazonWishList
Add to your Amazon wishlist by twitter, we explain how.
CEO strategy: How many cloud places will consumers need?
Recently I took a photo of Copenhagen airport on a beautiful sunny morning, shortly after take-off. I used my phone of course...
Amazon advances the 3D printing market... or does it?
Not by much, that’s for sure, at least not now. But the potential is there...
Slingshot opens up global content to restricted Kiwi users...
"We know Kiwis want to watch movies and TV series online – but are blocked from using the world’s best and most popular streaming services."
Sky's the limit as Westcon NZ launches new cloud services
"Westcon has now truly transformed part of our business and entered the world of ‘Digital Distribution’..."
The Amazon Story: Don’t worry we’ll make it up with volume
I know the argument well; so what we are losing money, we’ll just make it up in volume.
Can the Amazon smartphone burn Apple's market share?
Laced with high-end features, will this device be the cocktail to succeed in a market dominated by Apple & Co.?
Amazon to set world alight with Fire smartphone
"Fire Phone puts everything you love about Amazon in the palm of your hand..."
Is cloud operator lock in an issue for enterprise ?
Are open standards for cloud systems to interact going to become pervasive ?
Startup? Global company? How the cloud answers very different tech requirements
Two companies which occupy quite different positions have both answered their technology requirements by looking to cloud solutions provided by Amazon Web Services.
Voice Control: Why Apple, Google and Microsoft need to fight back
"This realisation is what will kick off a whole new effort from Google, Apple, and Microsoft to fight back..."
Microsoft challenges Amazon with mega Azure pricing cuts…
"We recognise that economics are a primary driver for some customers adopting cloud, and stand by our commitment to match prices and be best-in-class on price performance."