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  1. Microsoft gets aggressive on low-end Windows licences
  2. A good first quarter, but HP not out of the woods
  3. Telecom New Zealand changing its name to Spark
  4. Telecom NZ rebrands as Spark
  5. Is the enterprise hardware business doomed?
  6. New Zealand startup Postr to launch lock screen hire out app
  7. Dimension Data implementing ICT infrastructure for new Manukau Tertiary Centre (MTC)
  8. Intel advances next phase of Big Data Intelligence: Real Time Analytics
  9. Chorus: A tempting proposal, some merit, some flaws
  10. NZ company launches unique cloud storage app
  11. Quickflix secures new streaming content including premium TV series
  12. Microsoft Office on an iPad, why so slow?
  13. Cloud is booming, spending up 20%
  14. Vodafone New Zealand and Ciena complete successful 400Gb/s network trial
  15. Vodafone wins TrueNet 3G shootout
  16. Apple, Samsung monopolise smartphone profits
  17. Kaspersky Lab uncovers "The Mask"
  18. Xero appoints US CEO, Board Chairman and Director as it continues growing
  19. Government fibre uptake builds as project reaches 25% milestone
  20. HP abandons New Zealand media
  21. MYOB aims to rekindle flame with cloud, price
  22. MYOB announces product changes
  23. International Telematics and Gen-i join forces in M2M partnership
  24. Grumpy Chorus investors warm to Commerce Commission UBA move
  25. RealMe gathers momentum as BNZ signs in
  26. AnimfxNZ announces latest keynote speakers
  27. Pay by Bitcoin at 2Talk
  28. Wellington start-up Appcessible brings smartphone apps to blind people
  29. NZ lags global shift from fixed to mobile phone
  30. Software piracy in Dunedin: Nothing to see, move along
  31. Sony announces plans to sell PC and TV businesses
  32. Microsoft announces new CEO Satya Nadella
  33. Contact centres moving to the cloud
  34. Westpac?s premature Google Glass app
  35. Telecom adds gigawifi to hotspot network
  36. Windows 8.1 app gives AccountRight Live clients an on-the-go look into their books
  37. New Zealand Olympians Get Smart with Samsung Technology
  38. Westpac eyes up Google Glass & iBeacon
  39. OneNote improves for web users
  40. Lenovo wants to own hardware market
  41. Motorola Moto G: best option low-cost smartphone by miles
  42. Toshiba Chromebook lands in New Zealand at NZ$480
  43. Lenovo to acquire Motorola Mobility
  44. BlackBerry updates OS with more security, FM radio
  45. Labour revenue shadow doesn?t ?like? Facebook tax share
  46. Hidden gold in Apple result
  47. What?s the real story with Windows Phone?
  48. Mobile mail now dominant at least for reading messages
  49. Vodafone bumps cable speed ? TrueNet
  50. Vodafone VDSL brings speed at no extra cost
  51. Lenovo to acquire IBM's x86 server business
  52. Stand by for ISP disruption as MyRepublic enters NZ
  53. What does Moody?s downgrade of Chorus mean?
  54. Gen-i donates supercomputer to AUT
  55. Final 700 MHz spectrum block auctioned: Telecom win with $83 million bid
  56. Did Telecom NZ pay too much for 4G spectrum?
  57. IBM?s late cloud play aims for Amazon catch up
  58. New Zealand broadband prices in global mid-range
  59. Logitech Ultra-thin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air review
  60. HP launches voice tablets for consumers in India
  61. New smartphone to put privacy and control first (with video)
  62. [Windows] Makes iTunes Music Library Clean & Tidy on PC
  63. Southern Cross Cable to add another terabit to capacity
  64. HP unveils its first Android-based business PCs
  65. Desktop Android emerges as Windows rival
  66. Smartphone market share myths
  67. From an alternate universe where Microsoft trumps Apple for customer mindshare
  68. Devices combining Windows and Android solve nothing
  69. QNAP TS-220 review
  70. Convert DRM Protected Purchased or Rental iTunes M4V Movies & TV
  71. 2degrees Tops Mobile Phone Provider Customer Survey
  72. 2013 impressive gadgets, a personal view
  73. Curran says Ernst & Young Chorus report flawed
  74. Three non-obvious predictions for 2014
  75. Has Oracle
  76. Apple tax returns with Mac Pro
  77. New Zealand video games praised in Best of 2013 lists
  78. Ovum calls for copper broadband network shutdown
  79. New Zealand broadband industry agrees Broadband Product Disclosure Code
  80. NZ smartphone ownership to hit 90 percent by 2018
  81. Spotify now offers free option on mobile and tablet
  82. Google Translate now understands Te Reo Maori
  83. Snap testing fast no data cap broadband option
  84. Apple, Microsoft, Google technology stacks
  85. Viber Launches "Viber Out" Worldwide
  86. UN Handbook goes digital and mobile
  87. Telecom NZ AAPT sale
  88. Fronde and the winter of despair
  89. Bluetooth
  90. Surface
  91. Telecom announces sale of AAPT for A$450 million
  92. Chorus, UFB: The real worst case scenario
  93. New Zealand mobile operators work together to stop phone theft
  94. Google stack day seven: Living on a cloud
  95. Blackberry Z10
  96. Adams confirms Chorus UFB build at risk
  97. Sush Mobile develops investment app for Craigs Investment Partners
  98. Westpac launches crowdsourcing challenge in UK
  99. Key security incidents that shaped 2013
  100. University of Waikato PhD student initiative to join Hour of Code campaign
  101. App stores, it
  102. Telecom NZ reports fibre broadband sale spike
  103. Telecom New Zealand sees record UFB sales in November
  104. Does 2degrees have a point about spectrum and mobile competition?
  105. Chorus takes copper price review to High Court
  106. University of Waikato to open a Cyber Security Lab
  107. Poor skills hamper Australia, New Zealand big data projects
  108. Google stack days four: Google Docs good and bad
  109. Logitech P710e: When you need a mobile conference phone
  110. Google stack day three: Could I do it all on the Sony Xperia Z1?
  111. Mega cloud service comes to iOS with sharing, fast transfers
  112. Google stack day two: Bumping against Chrome
  113. Vodafone disappointed with Chorus decision to suspend scheduled Dialogue Briefing
  114. Google stack day one: Acer
  115. Government humbled as Chorus copper price debacle deepens
  116. HP turns in better than expected Q4 earnings
  117. Lync will disrupt in 2014: Frost & Sullivan
  118. Where to go after Windows XP?
  119. Microsoft Surface range threatens Apple like no other tablets
  120. Fibre proves worth in independent tests
  121. Windows Azure kicks allblacks.com to international fans
  122. Smartwatch: World yawns, moves on as devices flop
  123. Transport and logistics to lead internet of things charge
  124. Windows stack day 7: breaking with Microsoft
  125. New Zealand medical monitoring start-up company Vigil boosted by Telecom investment
  126. Microsoft sells over a million XBox Ones on day one
  127. New information management service for New Zealand government agencies
  128. Telecom NZ hotspot network points to Wi-Fi future
  129. Windows stack day four: Living in the future
  130. New Zealand reaches one million Visa payWave transactions for first time in October
  131. Fibre to the node: Australia, New Zealand comparison
  132. HP pulls overheating Chromebook 11
  133. Alcatel-Lucent questions FTTP goal, NZ next?
  134. New Kiwibank app set to ease home hunting pains
  135. Will Chorus woes put break on NZ economy?
  136. Goverment to sell left over 700 MHz spectrum
  137. What Chorus withdrawing dividend guidance means in plain English
  138. BlackBerry Z10
  139. Windows stack day one: Clawing back lost productivity
  140. Hawaiki goes the extra 4000 km
  141. iWorks iCloud, Office Web Apps collaboration great for publishers
  142. Apple stack day six: Apple Maps in New Zealand
  143. UFB subscription rate ticks up as big ISPs ramp sales
  144. Briefly: Gen-i M2M; Voda expands 4G; EMC SSD
  145. EMC announces general availability of XtremIO All-Flash Array
  146. Apple stack day five: iCloud, good up to a point
  147. Permanently Wipe & Delete All Personal Data from Your iPad 1/2, Mini, Air, etc
  148. Nokia Lumia 625, big orange phone at a good price
  149. Slingshot and MEGA partner on BIG plans
  150. BlackBerry Z10, under-rated, affordable business smartphone
  151. Briefly: Telecomms Levy; Chorus AGM; IRD renews Unisys
  152. Two in three New Zealanders play video games
  153. NZ iPhone 5S plans compared
  154. Inland Revenue signs new mainframe contract with Unisys New Zealand
  155. Making sense of the 700 MHz spectrum auction
  156. Geeksphere TV: Episode 35.1
  157. Xero releases farming blueprint
  158. Learning Set to Accelerate in Two Auckland Schools
  159. New Zealand
  160. Pages update means better, free OS X writing tool
  161. IITP2013: Ed Robinson on taking an NZ tech business global
  162. IITP 2013: Microsoft on gaining customer trust in the cloud era
  163. IITP 2013: Buy local, seed global success
  164. New Zealand government plans tech start-up finance boost
  165. IT Minister Amy Adams
  166. Amy Adams defends TICS, copper intervention as she opens IITP Conference
  167. Microsoft Surface 2 day 1 update: Keyboard teething trouble
  168. Briefly: AAPT on the block again; Windows Phone growth
  169. 6 Microsoft Surface 2 launch surprises
  170. Microsoft Surface 2 and the working journalist, day one
  171. Briefly: Red faces over Windows Blue; Xero adds docs
  172. How New Zealand is taking to StorSimple
  173. Residential UFB plans, October 2013
  174. Vocus chairman David Spence on Ultrafast Broadband
  175. Vocus expands NZ footprint with Albany data centre
  176. Briefly: Free Office for students; Sony
  177. Microsoft provides extra access to technology for more than one million Kiwi students
  178. Telecom New Zealand to trial and adopt new Samsung mobile technology KNOX
  179. Huawei and Telecom launch joint innovation programme
  180. Gen-i offers Knox secure BYOD, but only on Samsung mobiles
  181. How Xero
  182. Fastway Couriers leverages Gen-i services to deliver continued global success
  183. Xero raises NZ$180m for global growth
  184. Vodafone NZ marks global enterprise turf after TelstraClear integration
  185. NZ health IT spend growing faster than Australia
  186. Himatangi Beach covered as RBI reaches halfway point
  187. Briefly: Samsung Note 3, Gear arrives; iPhone 5s, 5c; Vodafone joins 700 MHz auction
  188. Unisys Forward: Fabric beyond mainframes
  189. PC sales still falling, not as far as expected
  190. Briefly: Network for Learning; second level .nz names
  191. Briefly: iPhone 5S, 5C in NZ; Amazon Web Services
  192. Competition sees Vodafone bump 4G speeds
  193. Vodafone unveils faster 4G service
  194. NZ Mobile phone sales: The end of the golden weather
  195. Amazon Web Services announces availability of Amazon Glacier and Amazon Redshift for
  196. The case for cloud brokerage
  197. Xero announces growth as online accounting takes hold
  198. Open Source Developers Conference 2013 to be hosted in Auckland
  199. Did we just spend $1.5 billion on a network for Sky TV?
  200. New Zealand moves up tech development index
  201. Lincoln University: Lync is our telephone system
  202. Telecom NZ 4G next month, no extra charge
  203. Telecom New Zealand confirms plans to launch 4G service in November
  204. Employment study reveals information behind excess workload, work/play balance
  205. How does the Nokia Lumia 1020 rate as a business phone?
  206. Does Kim Dotcom
  207. Telecom NZ throws hat in 700 Mhz ring
  208. Snap extends UFB footprint
  209. Vodafone unveils Ultra Fast Broadband TV service
  210. Vodafone TV adds secret sauce to home fibre
  211. Sales up at Xero
  212. Telogis Secures $93 million in financing to enhance location-based products and servi
  213. Orcon and Kim Dotcom launch campaign to rid New Zealand of data caps
  214. Behind Telecom NZ
  215. Gen-i chooses Silverstripe to deliver new website
  216. Briefly: HP goes SDN; el cheapo tablets
  217. Auldhouse: Leaving Gen-i makes us nimble
  218. Geeksphere TV: Episode 33.1
  219. Voyager joins Hawaiki
  220. Gen-i divests Auldhouse through management buyout
  221. Arkadin to provide Tata Communications' jamvee video service in Australia and New Zea
  222. ASUS Introduces MeMO Pad HD 7 in New Zealand
  223. Nokia 1020 launches exclusively on Telecom mobile network
  224. WXC Communications retain IAG voice/call centre business and win AMI Insurance
  225. Independent review finds Covec conservative on Chorus transfers
  226. Logitech BCC950 ConferenceCam: Ready for fibre
  227. Logitech BCC950 ConferenceCam: Ready for fibre
  228. Westpac builds online banking for any device
  229. Telecom NZ Wi-Fi move disrupts mobile data market
  230. Why Westpac
  231. Briefly: Surface Mini; Gmail outage, Oracle cloud
  232. Lync is Microsoft
  233. Telecom New Zealand launches national WiFi network
  234. Aranz-Geo feted for software innovation on world stage
  235. BNZ utilises software to uncover financial feelings
  236. Westpac NZ invests in digital and mobile transformation
  237. Briefly: Apple updates iMac; Telecom satellite win; Photoshop Elements
  238. Aggressive Surface 2 prices from Microsoft NZ
  239. Inmarsat selects Telecom New Zealand to establish and manage satellite access station
  240. Why Telecom NZ doesn
  241. Mobile device sales fall, tablets weakest
  242. Hawaiki signs cable-laying contract
  243. So much for the paperless office
  244. Briefly: BlackBerry Messenger woes; RSA crypto warning; Touch ID hacked?
  245. French expert says NZ Government drove too hard a bargain on UFB
  246. Gen-i unveils details for new Takanini data centre
  247. Most NZ wealth not in digital universe, digital divide apparent
  248. BlackBerry plans to reduce smartphone portfolio and layoff 4,500 employees
  249. Briefly: BlackBerry red ink; Google, Yahoo make-overs
  250. BBM available for Android on 21st September 21 and iPhone on 22nd September