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NZ Post accuses Yellow of online 'brand-jacking'
Localist, NZ Post's upcoming Auckland directory service, says Yellow has created 'phoney' web addresses and 'brand-jacking' Localist's trademark.
Google launches subs service - undercuts Apple
Google One Pass uses one log in to manage all your subscriptions for paid content online, if you have any.
Google Reader updated on Android
The most-requested user features for the Google Reader app have now gone live.
Twitter takeover talks didn't go anywhere
Facebook and Google's acquisition talks with Twitter have so far gone nowhere, says the Wall Street Journal.
Google Translate now on iPhone
Official app features significant new additions designed to improve the entire translation process.
Google hails the internet's next chapter
Search giant expects current number of internet addresses to run dry in the next 12 months.
Killzone 3 beta is now live
PlayStation 3 owners can download the multiplayer beta for the upcoming shooter Killzone 3... now!
Android Market launches on the web
Find apps through a desktop browser and download them to your Android-powered devices.
Google catches Bing cheating
Sting operation finds Microsoft's search engine copying Google results and displaying them as its own, says Google.
WatchGuard sees 25% growth in ANZ
An increase in purchase demand from SMBs and enterprises drives revenues to their highest yet for the security firm.
Salesforce invests in Seesmic
Seamless integration promised between Seesmic Desktop and the recently launched Salesforce Chatter.
Splosion Man dev unveils The Gunstringer for Kinect
The team behind the classic Splosion Man has revealed a unique-looking title in development for Kinect.
Microsoft registers "kinecthalo.com" domain
Could the next game in Microsoft's Halo series be a Kinect title?
Miyamoto: Super Mario Bros. 3DS in development
It's not entirely surprising, but the creator of Mario spills the beans that a new Super Mario Bros. adventure is currently in the works for Nintendo's upcoming 3D handheld.
Google gives Egypt a new voice
Speak-to-tweet service offers people on the ground a way to still be heard on the internet without a connection.
IBM bets on social networks
New software, services and programs in development to help businesses take advantage of social networking.
The beginners guide to Google Earth
You’ve probably heard of Google Earth. You know the giant map that you can download to your computer and look into the backyard of your neighbours?
Email services due for a shake-up
Businesses should be able to shop around more before long to get the best deal in online email services, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Business networking: the need for control
Social media are arguably delivering tangible benefits for businesses, with researcher Gartner predicting they’ll surpass email as the preferred online means of communication by 2014.
Google Mobile gets pushy on iPhone
Updated Google Mobile App enhances Gmail and Google Calendar events.
Google Maps tops 100 million
Don't forget to claim your free Google Map business page.
New features for Google Docs and Google Sites
Several "highly-requested" features have been introduced to Google's online suite of services.
Google launches Android Voice Actions
Call businesses and contacts, send texts and email, listen to music and browse the web with just your voice.
Google launches business growth apps
Nine new apps hit Google's Marketplace that can help your business grow and better manage large volumes of data.