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  1. Vodafone NZ introducing new pricing plans for Apple iPhone 3G
  2. You ask the CEO: Cecil Alexander, WorldxChange
  3. Mozilla sets new Guinness World Record with Firefox 3 downloads
  4. Microsoft Equipt brings Microsoft Office and Windows Live OneCare for subscribers
  5. Openmoko FreeRunner hits the market
  6. You ask the CEO: Scott Bartlett, Orcon
  7. You ask the CEO: Dr Allan Freeth, TelstraClear
  8. Apple releases tv show downloads to Apple iTunes Australia
  9. Nokia announces acquisition of Plazes
  10. Windows HPC Server debuts in Top 25 of World's Top 500 Largest Supercomputers
  11. Optoma introduces handheld projector
  12. Apple Store to open doors in Sydney, Australia
  13. NZTE roadshow to inform companies about NZ Pavilion at CeBIT 2009
  14. Free mobile site access to select sites on Vodafone until end of July
  15. HP introduces blade server for 24/7 mission-critical computing
  16. Epitiro and IDC name the best - and worst - broadband ISPs in New Zealand
  17. Toshiba introduces 160 GB 1.8 inch HDD for mobile applications
  18. AMD introduces ATI Radeon HD 3870 for Mac and PC
  19. VMware launches ThinApp 4.0 to run virtually any application on any Windows Operating
  20. AT&T Wireless Delivers a Little Bit of TV
  21. Apple to release movies to iTunes on the same day as DVD releases
  22. Apple to release movies to iTunes on the same day as DVD releases
  23. 'GTA IV' Takes Gamers on Wild and Crazy Spree
  24. The 31 Days of the Dragon giveaway
  25. Apple updates iMac with faster processors and more video memory
  26. Skype Plants Its Flag in Mobile Turf
  27. Ballmer: XP's Demise Negotiable
  28. Ubuntu's Hardy Heron Makes Splashy Landing
  29. Take-Two Taps PS3 to Rev Up 'GTA IV' in Europe
  30. AMD Stakes Claim on Tri-Core Niche With New Chips
  31. VoIP: When Cheaper Could Mean Costlier
  32. Seagate ships one billion hard drive units
  33. Geekzone Pizza evening (Christchurch) 5th July 2008
  34. iFitOne for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
  35. Imagine Cup 2008: Team WebStuffdone
  36. New IBM Server: It's No Hottie
  37. Microsoft Aims to Lasso Everything With Live Mesh
  38. FCC Chairman Calls Comcast Liar, Critics Pile On
  39. PCI's False Dilemma: Code Review or Application Firewall?
  40. A Linux Server in the Palm of Your Hand
  41. Imagine Cup 2008: Team Sustainable Systems
  42. Imagine Cup 2008: Team Waikato Rev A
  43. iGoogle Hooks Up With OpenSocial
  44. Will a PS3 Download Service Starve Blu-ray?
  45. No Going Home Yet for PS3 Fans
  46. ISP Subscriber Info Is Private, Court Rules
  47. 'Free Tibet' Message Masks Rootkit Malware
  48. Rove Mobile Admin 4.0
  49. Splashdata releases SplashID and SplashMoney for Mac OS X
  50. Imagine Cup 2008: Team Phoenix
  51. Imagine Cup 2008: Team Team Waikato Rev A
  52. Expert: Domain Name Redirects Open Door for Hackers
  53. New VelociRaptor Runs Fast, Runs Cool
  54. Tools and Tricks for Information Junkies
  55. Etelos Syncs Offline Data to Cloud
  56. Skype Debuts Dirt-Cheap International Calling Plans
  57. Imagine Cup 2008: Team Gary's Footprint
  58. Nokia Music Store opens in Australia
  59. D-Link PC-on-TV brings personal computing to TV sets
  60. Research company names Vodafone most powerful British brand
  61. Windows XP Service Pack 3 released to manufacturing
  62. Expert: Domain Name Redirects Open Door for Hackers
  63. New VelociRaptor Runs Fast, Runs Cool
  64. Tools and Tricks for Information Junkies
  65. Etelos Syncs Offline Data to Cloud
  66. Skype Debuts Dirt-Cheap International Calling Plans
  67. Research company names Vodafone most powerful British brand
  68. Windows XP Service Pack 3 released to manufacturing
  69. Skype introduces unlimited long distance calling plans
  70. Expert: Domain Name Redirects Open Door for Hackers
  71. New VelociRaptor Runs Fast, Runs Cool
  72. Tools and Tricks for Information Junkies
  73. Etelos Syncs Offline Data to Cloud
  74. Skype Debuts Dirt-Cheap International Calling Plans
  75. Skype introduces unlimited long distance calling plans
  76. Communication in the Workplace: Beyond the Virtual Water Cooler
  77. Is Psystar On to Something?
  78. Coding for Dollars - and Bragging Rights
  79. TelstraClear introduces business plans
  80. Hooked on Tech: How Much Is Too Much?
  81. FileMaker Gets Personal With Bento Database
  82. Avaya's Jim Smith on the Advantages of SIP in the Call Center
  83. Bypassing Carriers for Mobile Content
  84. Face Time Instead of Facebook Time
  85. OOXML Q&A with Microsoft Office's Doug Malugh
  86. Microsoft Sheds Light on Upcoming Subscription Suite
  87. Don't Panic: Accounting for Human Nature in IT Disaster Response
  88. Tax Day Is Over, but Internet Tax Threats Loom
  89. FCC Weighs Next Steps at Second Net Neutrality Hearing
  90. Funny Way to Launch a Product
  91. Microsoft Sheds Light on Upcoming Subscription Suite
  92. Don't Panic: Accounting for Human Nature in IT Disaster Response
  93. Tax Day Is Over, but Internet Tax Threats Loom
  94. FCC Weighs Next Steps at Second Net Neutrality Hearing
  95. Funny Way to Launch a Product
  96. Web Video Viewership Balloons by Two-Thirds
  97. Google Earth Updates Give Users a New Global Perspective
  98. Student Journalist Twitters Himself Out of the Pen
  99. Smarter Than Your Average Card
  100. Global PC Sales Remain Hardy in Face of Tepid US Market
  101. Geekzone Pizza evening (Auckland) 26thMay 2008
  102. Web Video Viewership Balloons by Two-Thirds
  103. Google Earth Updates Give Users a New Global Perspective
  104. Student Journalist Twitters Himself Out of the Pen
  105. Smarter Than Your Average Card
  106. Global PC Sales Remain Hardy in Face of Tepid US Market
  107. Geekzone Pizza evening (Auckland) 26thMay 2008
  108. Comcast Steers for High Ground With P2P Bill of Rights
  109. Psystar's Open Computer: A $400 Rotten Apple Scam?
  110. Six Apart Gives Facebook Bloggers Blastability
  111. A Burgeoning Bevy of Biometric Barriers
  112. OpenLogic Kicks Off Open Source Head Count
  113. Comcast Steers for High Ground With P2P Bill of Rights
  114. Psystar's Open Computer: A $400 Rotten Apple Scam?
  115. Six Apart Gives Facebook Bloggers Blastability
  116. A Burgeoning Bevy of Biometric Barriers
  117. OpenLogic Kicks Off Open Source Head Count
  118. XP to Get One More Service Pack in April
  119. Google Turns Antipiracy Tools Against Child Porn
  120. Magnificent Seven Band Together for 4G Showdown
  121. For Sale: 3 Blogs, Barely Used; Seller Highly Motivated
  122. NAND Flash in Media Players: Hot on the Heels of HDD
  123. TripTracker for Windows desktop and Windows Mobile Pocket PC
  124. Adobe Rolls Camera on New Digital Cinema Standard
  125. Microsoft's Silverlight Gaining Ground - and DRM
  126. Who's Watching You at Work?
  127. Mac Clone MIA Shortly After Birth
  128. Microsoft's End to End Trust Request: Is the Messenger Killing the Message?
  129. Public feedback called for on New Zealand Digital Strategy
  130. Blueant unveils M1 portable Bluetooth speakers
  131. Into the Wild With WiFi
  132. The New Dungeon Master
  133. Apple's OS Edge Is a Threat to Microsoft
  134. Who's on Top in Tech-Readiness?
  135. Green Tech and Greenbacks: The Money Case for Eco-Friendly Computing
  136. So You've Jailbroken Your iPhone - Now What?
  137. Is Windows Getting Morbidly Obese?
  138. Deal Gives MySpaceTV's Viral Tendrils Global Reach
  139. Drumbeat Slows for TomTom's Tele Atlas Buy
  140. The Uneasy Future of Online Security
  141. Yahoo Scrambles, Scrabble Scraps, Chertoff Coaxes
  142. Is Windows Getting Morbidly Obese?
  143. Deal Gives MySpaceTV's Viral Tendrils Global Reach
  144. Drumbeat Slows for TomTom's Tele Atlas Buy
  145. The Uneasy Future of Online Security
  146. Yahoo Scrambles, Scrabble Scraps, Chertoff Coaxes
  147. Microsoft Taps AI to Outsmart Traffic
  148. National Mobile Alert System Gets Legs, Head Still Missing
  149. RSA Town Hall: It Takes a Village to Weather a Cyber Storm
  150. The Eco PC: Less Power In, Fewer Hazards Out
  151. IBM Unveils Enterprise 2.0 Mashup Tools
  152. NVIDIA introduces new GeForce platforms for gaming PCs
  153. Green search service Echocho launches in New Zealand and other 14 countries
  154. Adobe Grabs a Slice of Video 2.0 Pie
  155. Flickr Adds Video Snippets
  156. Chertoff on Cybersecurity: 'Reverse Manhattan Project' Needed
  157. PolyFuel CEO Jim Balcom: Stoking the Flame for Fuel Cells in Consumer Tech
  158. Microsoft Releases Forefront Stirling to Beta
  159. The Whole World Is Watching: Google Shines Light on Refugee Camps
  160. Symantec CEO Calls for Federal Hacking Law
  161. Don't Kill the Blogger
  162. IBM Conjures Phantom to Fight Hacker Menace
  163. Google Opens a Web App Playground in the Cloud
  164. EMC to acquire Iomega
  165. HP introduces mini-notebook PC for education market: HP 2133 Mini-Note
  166. The Whole World Is Watching: Google Shines Light on Refugee Camps
  167. Symantec CEO Calls for Federal Hacking Law
  168. Don't Kill the Blogger
  169. IBM Conjures Phantom to Fight Hacker Menace
  170. Google Opens a Web App Playground in the Cloud
  171. EMC to acquire Iomega
  172. HP introduces mini-notebook PC for education market: HP 2133 Mini-Note
  173. Scrabble Brings Scrabulous Scrap to Facebook
  174. New Finjan Appliance Sniffs Web Traffic for Crimeware
  175. Jive Adds Web 2.0 Rhythms to New Enterprise Collaboration Software
  176. Live From RSA: Getting Ready for the Security Smackdown
  177. The Horror at 37,000 Feet: EU Allows In-Flight Cell Phone Use
  178. SanDisk Cruzer brings SecurID two-factor authentication to secure USB flash drive
  179. Everex introduces MyMiniPC for MySpace users
  180. The Apps Small Biz Needs Now
  181. Linux Foundation: Paid Contributors Helping to Grow Kernel
  182. The Pusher of Cupertino
  183. Kordia to build new trans-Tasman submarine cable
  184. Operation Cone Head
  185. Apple iTunes Store top music retailer in the U.S.
  186. Intel unveils its second-generation Classmate PC
  187. Apple iTunes Store top music retailer in the U.S.
  188. Intel unveils its second-generation Classmate PC
  189. AT&T brings Microsoft Surface to retail stores
  190. Novatel Wireless launches NovaSpeed Software for mobile data cards
  191. Everex demonstrates CloudBook Max with built-in WiMAX
  192. Microsoft introduces Windows Mobile 6.1 and announces updated Internet Explorer Mobil
  193. Palm sells one-millionth Centro
  194. Eyephoto for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
  195. HP introduces Linux-based HP Media Vault mv2120
  196. Maya Dust - Lighter Fluid Replacement [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  197. Eating out Marshmallows [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  198. Mysteriez! 2 [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  199. Original Version: Gnarls Barkley - Run [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  200. Gipsy Doggy Designer Trailer [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  201. Squid Face - Face Down Beauty [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  202. Jumping over Bulls [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  203. Make your own Bacon Vodka [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  204. Real Thing: New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  205. Mascleta Link Friday [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  206. Mommy Porn [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  207. Free Wordpress SEO Tips [CypherHackz.Net]
  208. Spider Monkey - Jump and Snatch Game [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]
  209. Holding The Sun [Random Good Stuff - The Entertainment Blog]