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  1. Review: HP Elitebook Folio G1 business class laptop
  2. Huawei reports strong growth in both consumer and enterprise businesses
  3. Crucial Launches New High Performance MX300 SSDs
  4. 2degrees activate 100GbE interconnect to the Southern Cross Cable Network
  5. NZ Tech Podcast 294: Tesla trucks, Cyber spies, acquisitions, Air NZ Bluetooth
  6. PC brands plan survival tactics
  7. CheckIT finds the data rat in your ranks
  8. Law School to launch new ICT Law Centre
  9. Verizon to acquire Yahoo's operating business
  10. Smartwatches a geek ghetto
  11. Best cloud storage plans ? 2016
  12. Air New Zealand to allow use of Bluetooth devices onboard its fleet
  13. Countdown online shopping celebrates 20 years
  14. Study says 72% of kiwi women under 30 experience online harassment
  15. Copper price crimps Chorus profit, dividend returns
  16. Delighted the data centre contract was awarded to a New Zealand company
  17. Premier League Pass: Miss you already
  18. UFB customer numbers jump as build hits 60%
  19. More thoughts on Skinny Broadband
  20. Modern technology is not expensive
  21. Compass Communications to buy Ultracom's UFB business
  22. New Zealand's most remote students connected to the world
  23. A month with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4
  24. Dell Networking introduces Operating System 10 (OS10)
  25. Cisco annual security report reveals decline in defender confidence
  26. Unisys to deliver enterprise security on the AWS cloud
  27. New Zealanders get more digital
  28. TechnologyOne releases next generation Software as a Service offering
  29. Southern Cross shareholders start work on future international cable roadmap
  30. Skinny Broadband undermines copper tax
  31. IBM Watson to help Under Armour transform personal health and fitness
  32. Netflix Is Now Available Around the World
  33. Crucial MX200 SSD review
  34. Casio to release smartwatch with Android Wear
  35. Kodak bets on Super 8 filmmaking revival
  36. Fitbit Blaze brings style to smart trackers
  37. Fiat Chrysler announces new fourth-generation Uconnect systems
  38. Lenovo unveils modular ThinkPad X1 tablet
  39. Samsung Electronics introduces new Smart TV user experience
  40. Navman MiVue 580 review
  41. Spark, Vodafone, Chorus pay telephone tax
  42. NZ-Australia broadband speed gap widens
  43. Huawei Watch
  44. Nexus 6P: Android thoughts
  45. Xero announces New Zealand Managing Director and VP of Partner and Product Marketing
  46. Spark releases app for Apple Watch and Android Wear devices
  47. Nexus 6P: Huawei and Google show Android potential
  48. Volvo technology to allow car delivery soon
  49. Huawei launches the new Mate S smartphone in New Zealand
  50. How New Zealand reacted to Commerce Commission copper line price hike
  51. Unisys predicts entirely new classes of cyberthreats will require fresh countermeasur
  52. Spark continues focus on customer service improvements
  53. API Talent achieves Advanced Consulting Partner status in AWS Partner Network
  54. Symantec Security Predictions for 2016 -- Looking Ahead
  55. 2016 Cyber Security Predictions
  56. BB-8 app-enabled droid by Sphero review
  57. How the iPad Pro changed my computing needs
  58. Spark buys South Island cloud gem: CCL
  59. Visa Checkout launches in New Zealand
  60. Spark fast-tracks intensive rollout of fast 4G broadband services across rural Canter
  61. New Zealand company MyWave launches UK/Europe subsidiary
  62. Xero launches Apple Watch app
  63. iPad Pro, 2015 MacBook, MacBook Air productivity
  64. Wave of new EMC offerings deliver cloud integration across the Data Centre
  65. Volvo Cars to Develop Next Generation Automotive Technologies with Microsoft
  66. ESET launches its parental control app for Android
  67. Which mobile Apple: iPad Pro or 2015 MacBook?
  68. Dell announces High Performance Computing improvements and new platforms
  69. HP introduces new premium consumer PCs
  70. Spark Digital appointed to Telecommunications as a Service panel
  71. New Zealand Government endorses Vodafone as an official supplier of telecommunication
  72. New Zealand government to implement Telecommunications-as-a-service with Dimension Da
  73. Ericsson and Telstra demonstrate LTE-Advanced 1 Gbps speed capability
  74. ITx 2016 will bring together 12 tech-related conferences under one roof
  75. Fronde implements Google Search for Victoria University of Wellington
  76. Microsoft and Dell extend the power of hybrid cloud with new offerings
  77. New Zealand start-up Suitebox hits sweet spot with Oracle Cloud Platform
  78. Software Defined Networking at Victoria University of Wellington
  79. Bitdefender Mobile Security launches Snap Photo to Stop Snoops, Smart Unlock to Make
  80. Sold out event in Auckland shows NZ hunger for APIs
  81. Dell and EMC: Twilight of the gods
  82. Apple Watch: It?s not about the functionality
  83. Dell SecureWorks Teams with the FBI, the NCA and Shadowserver to Seize the Dridex (Bu
  84. New guidelines released to meet today's home technology needs
  85. AIG launches world first 360 Haka Experience
  86. Tech law firm Simmonds Stewart introduces KiwiKISS and the KiwiSAFE
  87. Microsoft expands global YouthSpark initiative to focus on computer science
  88. Microsoft and Salesforce strengthen strategic partnership at Dreamforce 2015
  89. Whananaki School wins HP's national technology competition
  90. Spark selected as key partner to redesign NZRB IT infrastructure
  91. Vodafone demonstrates emergency network options in live civil defence simulation
  92. Business talent scouts looking for next superstar
  93. Whananaki School wins HP's national technology competition
  94. Spark selected as key partner to redesign NZRB IT infrastructure
  95. Vodafone demonstrates emergency network options in live civil defence simulation
  96. Business talent scouts looking for next superstar
  98. How Microsoft stumbled with touch-enabled Windows, then recovered
  99. IBM Extends Open Cloud initiatives
  100. Vista Entertainment Solutions to enter Japanese market
  101. Government launches Green Paper to explore digital convergence
  102. HP Deskjet 3630 review
  103. Ultimate Ears bluetooth speaker: Roll with it
  104. Intel and CSIRO tracking bees with RFID technology
  105. New Dell Datacenter Scalable Solutions (DSS) targets fastest growing datacentre marke
  106. NZ Tech Podcast 244: Samsung Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+; Morepork; TomTom Bandit; TPP
  107. What the Trans Pacific Partnership means New Zealand tech sector
  108. Ashley Madison: A wake up call
  109. Business process automation fills people gap in Australia and New Zealand ? Computer
  110. Jobs in NZ Games Industry Grow 30%
  111. Victoria University of Wellington launches new Master of Innovation and Commercialisa
  112. One month left for councils to get digital enablement plans sorted
  113. NASA accepting registrations for those wanting to send their name to Mars
  114. Freelancer reviews 356,000 job requests to find out trends
  115. Fujitsu enables new hybrid cloud services in partnership with Microsoft
  116. IBM to host New Zealand's first SmartCamp
  117. IBM unveils Linux-Only mainframe (with video)
  118. New milestone for schools' Managed Network
  119. Social media is one of the emerging trends in the HRM domain, according to Oracle HCM
  120. Heartland Bank selects Oracle as its banking transformation partner
  121. Da Vinci 3D printer review
  122. IBM and Hootsuite team to advance cloud and social integration
  123. Chinese startup ZUK backed by Lenovo launches the Z1
  124. Dell and Google launch premium professional Chromebook
  125. Recover Lost or Deleted Data from BlackBerry Phones
  126. New acquisition adds people and customers to CodeBlue's Wellington branch
  127. Syndex launches online trading platform
  128. Sony M4 Aqua review
  129. Ad-blocking trend highlights modern online publishing dilemma
  130. Need gizmo awnsers to free-fall lab
  131. Open Source Open Society 2016: Sign me up
  132. Ten lessons from Open Source Open Society 2015
  133. How open source grew up
  134. Where open data meets open government?
  135. Logitech UE Megaboom wireless speaker review
  136. Where open data meets open government?
  137. Logitech UE Megaboom wireless speaker review
  138. How to run or join a hackathon
  139. Using Microsoft apps and services on your Android? More likely than you think
  140. When to choose closed or open source
  141. Decision makers ignore technology impact
  142. New Unisys app enables provisioning of IT Services on Microsoft Azure
  143. Open is about more than transparency
  144. Xero on iPad ? the first month
  145. New Zealand company Transfercar selected for Silicon Valley startups accelerator
  146. Revera bolsters hybrid offering with VMware vCloud Air
  147. Deceptive new tactics give advanced attackers free rein over corporate networks
  148. Open Source conference in Wellington sold out - more tickets available
  149. Australian M2 buys New Zealand ISP CallPlus
  150. One month with Microsoft Word 2016 for Mac
  151. What an Australian Netflix tax means for New Zealand
  152. TomTom GO Mobile goes freemium with up to 75km/month of free driving
  153. Netflix, Quickflix, Lightbox, Neon: An interim market
  154. Unisys Forward! Model 4150B Server achieves certification to run on SAP HANA
  155. Adobe Document Cloud and Acrobat DC now available
  156. Less than 100 Days to End-of-Support for Windows Server 2003
  157. Netflix, Quickflix, Lightbox, Neon: An interim market
  158. Unisys Forward! Model 4150B Server achieves certification to run on SAP HANA
  159. Adobe Document Cloud and Acrobat DC now available
  160. Less than 100 Days to End-of-Support for Windows Server 2003
  161. Recover Deleted Photos, Videos and More from Android Phone
  162. Taxing times at Netflix New Zealand
  163. Lenmar ChugPlug MacBook power back-up
  164. Global mode action: You Canute be serious
  165. Conference to discuss open source and open society in Wellington
  166. Microsoft introduces Surface 3: the thinnest and lightest Surface yet
  167. IBM plans to connect Internet of Things to the Enterprise
  168. IBM and Telstra join forces to offer SoftLayer Cloud Platform
  169. Kordia and Vadacom in cloud-based PBX play
  170. Wellington companies make the cut in Hi-Tech Awards
  171. Fitbit releases new outdoor bike-tracking on Fitbit Surge
  172. Kiwi Companies underestimating Risk of cyber attacks
  173. Waterfield Bolt Briefcase review
  174. ANZ to launch mobile wallet
  175. Cyanogen raises $80 Million in Series C Funding
  176. Recover Deleted Files from Mac/USB/SD/Camera and More
  177. Qtanium Connect by Navman Wireless NZ delivers simplified telematics for mixed fleets
  178. Microsoft new services empower business transformation
  179. How big data helps Skinny manage its customer base
  180. Spark Digital named Cisco Innovation Partner of the Year A/NZ
  181. Macbook more interesting than Apple Watch
  182. Thirty years of .COM domains - and the numbers are up
  183. Fronde Achieves Salesforce Platinum Partner Status
  184. 2014 winners of the ANZ EMC Business Partner Program Awards announced
  185. MYOB grows its developer partner network
  186. Latest Unisys ClearPath software boosts Dorado systems
  187. Virtual Reality system Project Morpheus extends world of PlayStation4
  188. Booking.com launches booking now in New Zealand
  189. How (and why) New Zealand bucks worldwide PC sales trend
  190. Netflix will begin streaming in Australia and New Zealand on 24 March
  191. Sony delivers new mid-range smartphones with Xperia M4 Aqua
  192. Microsoft introduces Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL smartphones
  193. SOTI MobiControl 12.1 integrates Android for Work, Samsung KNOX 2.4 and Advanced iOS
  194. BlackBerry Announces New Cross-platform EMM Cloud for Enterprises and SMBs
  195. Huawei announces new smart wearable devices
  196. Auckland to get hands-on with the latest tech at Spark Lab
  197. Finalists for Microsoft NZ 2015 Partner Awards announced
  198. Huawei Outlines 4.5G Business Blueprint
  199. Vodafone New Zealand testing Voice over LTE (4G)
  200. Chromacon 2015 returns to Auckland
  201. BlackBerry Classic: Steampunk smartphone
  202. Satya Nadella was the right choice for Microsoft CEO
  203. New Zealand a digital evolution stand-out
  204. Microsoft Lumia Denim software update rolls out in New Zealand
  205. Questions as Vocus lifts Southern Cross capacity
  206. Lebara Talk app offers app-based mobile calls with HD-quality voice
  207. Fishy numbers claim NZ entry-level broadband among most expensive
  208. New local app designed to streamline business travel
  209. New Zealand doing well according to Trend Micro's 2014 Security Threat report
  210. HTC Re camera review
  211. Trans-Tasman cable gets regulatory green light
  212. Samsung sets smartphone come-back launch date
  213. EMC introduces VSPEX BLUE hyper-converged infrastructure appliance
  214. 3 out of 4 New Zealand households online according to data from the 2013 Census
  215. Unlimited fibre broadband plans compared
  216. Samsung sets smartphone come-back launch date
  217. EMC introduces VSPEX BLUE hyper-converged infrastructure appliance
  218. 3 out of 4 New Zealand households online according to data from the 2013 Census
  219. Unlimited fibre broadband plans compared
  220. MasterCard New Zealand says kiwis embracing contactless payments
  221. Acronis True Image Unlimited 2015 review
  222. Amazon Web Services Announces Amazon WorkMail
  223. NZ Tech Podcast 214: Windows 10 ? Google, Apple, Microsoft security ? Spark and Vodaf
  224. New Dell KACE K1000 Appliance Delivers "Anypoint" Management
  225. Certus Solutions announces MaaS offering
  226. Rapoo e9090p wireless keyboard review
  227. Givealittle reaches $20 million milestone
  228. Chris Quinn to leave Spark New Zealand as part of leadership changes
  229. Take Control of Apple Pages
  230. Credit where credit is due on NZ tech regulation
  231. Microsoft Windows 10 brings devices and holograms together for seamless experience
  232. Amazon Web Services to use wind farm power
  233. Testing Tech21 Impact Shell on an iPhone 6
  234. Internet NZ, price rises, greed and cartels
  235. Wellington City Council Announces TechnologyOne as Preferred Supplier to Deliver its
  236. Vodafone?s price rise
  237. NZ Herald?s steampunk view of Xero
  238. Apple productivity: 2015 edition
  239. Wake up call from Trend Micro Internet Security for Mac 2015
  240. Fitbit Charge review
  241. Switching off the copper network
  242. Spark, Telstra and Vodafone confirm plan to construct new trans-Tasman telecommunicat
  243. News BlackBerry Classic brings back familiar QWERTY design
  244. Spark joins Dunedin's Gigatown party
  245. New Zealand broadband in 2014
  246. Girls at Wellington East gear up for the future of IT
  247. Lixtor marketplace plans to increase its critical-mass
  248. Apple and IBM deliver first wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS
  249. Behind the NZ broadband price rise
  250. New Zealand Transport Agency selects Unisys to modernise crash analysis system