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Apple about ready to push Samsung off the smartphone leaders board
Strong sales of Apple’s latest round of smartphones are pushing Samsung Electronics as the world’s top seller of smartphones.
Men dig hole in wall, steal $300,000 worth of iPhones
AppleInsider has reported that three man currently stand accused of stealing 240 iPhone 6 units, after digging a 50 centimeter hole through the wall of a warehouse.
Xiaomi topples the iPhone 6 and 6+ with the new Edge Mi Note
As slick and as technically proficient as these phones are, they will not be the last in a line of iPhone 6-beating phones.
New app makes exploring Eastland easier
Tourism Eastland has developed a new app to make it easier to explore that part of New Zealand
Smartphone fakes fail at the border
Smartphones and other electronic goods were among the most common fakes intercepted by New Zealand Customs in 2014, with Customs warning counterfeit electronics could be dangerous.
Countdown to Christmas with our best articles of the year
From gay CEOs, sexist CEOs and mean CEOs to women at the top, disappearing ISPs and our whole office fighting it out on their Fitbits, we’ve had a great year.
Hands on review: Strike Alpha iPhone 6 car cradle
Car phone cradles mightn’t be the most exciting phone accessory, but they do make several metric tonnes of common sense.
Find the right word with Oxford Learner's Thesaurus app
The app offers over 17,000 synonyms and opposites with clear explanations, an alphabetical index, making it easy to find the word users are looking for and guidance on the most frequently used synonym.
Emirates increases mobile presence with iPhone app
"iPhone represents the majority of the mobile traffic to the Emirates websites, which is why the company has launched on iOS first.
Polaroid-style prints for iPhone and Android in the works
No WiFi, no Bluetooth. Users simply have to plug the device into their smartphone, snap a picture, and then print instantly; "any time, anywhere".
Navdy releases futuristic driving tool
Navdy is a new windscreen technology that makes driving more advanced.
Telecom operators could lose 50 percent of customers by next year
A global survey by Ovum indicates telecom operators could lose up to half of their customers over the course of the next year.
'Make fitness your mission' with NZDF's Force Fit app
The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has create a mobile app to encourage people to get fighting fit.
Google's Lollipop biggest redesign of Android in years
The latest version of Google’s Android mobile operating system is being touted as the biggest redesign of Android in years
Apple Pay will change the way you buy everything
The technology means retailers will be able to accept payments via smartphones, and one day people may be able to exchange money using only their phones
Google announces Inbox: is the future of email finally here?
Email started as a way to send digital notes around the office. Fast forward 30 years and you can contact virtually anyone in the world with just the phone in your pocket.
2degrees founder’s rumblings over ComCom mobile market monitoring
2degrees founder comes out swinging, saying the Commerce Commission is asleep at the wheel and has produced faulty information
Does your phone fit anywhere ?
Changing mobile technology has become such a fixture in everyday life that other industries are now having to accommodate, and take into consideration when they are designing their products.
Getting the blues from our modern txting lifestyle
I read a brilliant report by The New York Times' Jessica Bennett about that trauma inflicting chat bubble that appears on numerous devices in our social media lives.
Review: Kiwi hands on iPhone 6 plus
Its attracted a fair bit of controversy. Much of this is thanks the post-launch Bend gate saga, but Apples XXL-sized iPhone, the 6+ has finally arrived.
iPhone 6: Big is best. Or is it?
Do we need to get bigger purses to fit these monstrosities? Do people need bigger pockets?
iPhone 6 signals gadget overload
Are people getting frustrated with the amount of separate devices they need to own in order to conduct their every day living?
Noel Leeming midnight launch sees in new iPhone 6...
For the first time ever, Noel Leeming will have the Apple iPhone available in store on day one of the official New Zealand launch date.
Apple's iPhone 6 Plus drives fans around the bend...
With so much hype surrounding the release of the iPhone 6 and the even bigger iPhone 6 Plus, it wasn’t long before reports of faults started making headlines.