iPod stories - Page 2
The Green Cloud – And Virtualisation
It’s hard to talk green IT without mentioning virtualisation and cloud computing. Tim Dacombe-Bird, Managing Director, VMware New Zealand, explains the green benefits of both.
The Greening of New Zealand Businesses
Smart IT consolidation is becoming a tool for businesses striving towards greening their enterprises. Ian Raper, Regional Director ANZ for Riverbed, provides some tips on what CIOs are looking for and what they need guidance on.
Channelling the green message
Customers want eco-friendly facts as we move beyond greenwash marketing – and that is providing opportunities for resellers and vendors, as Keith Newman discovers.
RockMelt launches iPhone app
iPhone and iPod versions of the social browser now available for iPhone and iPod. Full details inside.
iPhone sales grow 113%
Apple reports record Q2 financials with Steve Jobs saying the company will continue to innovate "on all fronts" throughout the year.
Apple launches 'Support Communities'
New forums launch to help users get the most out of their Macs, iPods, iPhones, iPads (without having to call Apple).
Flip launches mobile apps
Smartphone apps from Flip have been released for iPhone, iPad and Android devices alongside a new version of the FlipShare software.
Skype launches new iPhone video app
Stream live video to a public website for friends and family to view in real time via an iPhone.
Microsoft Zune: 2006 - 2011
After failing to challenge iPod, all future Zune hardware devices will be scrapped in favour of focussing on Zune software.
Sony launches PlayStation Official App for Android and Apple devices
Access your PlayStation Network account from wherever you and your Android or Apple device may be.
iOS 4.3 launches early - out now
Free update brings a faster Safari, iTunes Home Sharing, AirPlay improvements and personal hotspots to your i device.
Does Apple's key designer want out?
Jonathan Ive, Apple's Senior VP of Industrial Design and the man responsible for the iPod, is said to be eyeing a move back to the UK.
Google Translate now on iPhone
Official app features significant new additions designed to improve the entire translation process.
Apple sets new sales record
As Steve Jobs heads off on sick leave, Apple reports record earnings from Mac, iPhone and iPad sales.
Apple wants to own the P word
A legal row over the word ‘pod’ has erupted after start-up company Sector Labs called its in-development projector the Video Pod.
Apple to ship new iPod touch next week
FaceTime video calling and HD recording comes to latest generation of iPod.
Apple to launch cloud-based iTunes?
New iPod and iTunes announcements expected from San Francisco press conference next week.
Clickfree launches “simple” backup solutions
Backup doesn't have to be a "complex and fearful ordeal" with simple new solutions.
Is FaceTime coming to iPod Touch?
Yes, if these leaked pictures of the fourth generation of iPod Touch are anything to go by...
Apple's antenna boss fired?
The Senior Vice President responsible for the iPhone 4 antenna is reported to have been fired from Apple.
Time-saving PDF tools coming soon
PDF Converter Enterprise 7 rolls out visual document assembly, web PDF toolbar, looks-like search, one-click scanning and more.
Cisco talks Remote Management Services
New solutions are being offered that aim to accelerate partners' entry into the advanced technology market.
IT skills shortage incoming
Recruitment firm Candle has warned that New Zealand is heading towards a "greater skills shortage".
HP boss walks after sex scandal - Updated
CEO Mark Hurd resigns after a sexual harassment investigation found he violated company standards.