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Apple leads US smartphone market
Cupertino firm holds sizable lead over rivals Samsung, HTC, Motoral and LG across America.
Samsung smartphones dominate Android market
A whopping 95% of all Android smartphone profits captured by Samsung as company dominates the worldwide market during Q1.
LG releases new Smart TV with Magic Remote
Earlier this week LG released a new sweet of Smart TV's that are even easier to use. Keeping you connected and offering access to a wide range of premium content.
Asia/Pacific leads mobile phone sales
Sales of mobile phones in all regions decline, except for growth across Asia/Pacific.
So what did we get from the CES show?
Roger Bennett rounds up the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week.
Facebook film ads facing the chop
Social networking site's new anti-spam algorithm comes under fire as film executives consider cutting advertising.
Smart TV sales to smash 50 million in 2012
Smart TV sales are set to reach 54 million by the end of the year, with worldwide sales expected to reach 220 million by 2017.
Ingram Micro signs Apple-compatible AV specialist Elgato
Exclusive distribution agreement with the manufacturer of HD-recording and playback solutions for Mac and PC computers.
Google issues Android event invites
"The playground is open" letter increases speculation the LG Nexus 4 will be revealed.
LG-Ericsson becomes Ericsson-LG
Corporate name change to leverage Ericsson’s global brand assets LG brand and business portfolio.
New Nokia Lumia and LG Optimus announced
Nokia releases the Lumia 610 while LG pushes out Optimus L3
2degrees lets Wellingtonians ‘Touch2Pay’
Partnership with Snapper lets users pay bus and taxi fares by simply touching their mobile phones to a terminal.
Dog adoption drive uses split-screen tech to tug heartstrings
Unique take on 3D technology shows moviegoers consequences of donation decision.
This month the team at Social Media NZ looks at how to make it big on YouTube by doing it small, how Intel’s museum of me makes you a star in your own hall of fame & how the new Facebook timeline is leaving a sour taste in people’s mouths.
Future of technology
Will cybersex and cyber relationships begin to replace the traditional alternatives? What will become of the laptop computer?
What's Apple got planned for this Thursday?
The 'education announcement' that's worth missing school for.
The Inbetweeners Movie
I first stumbled across The Inbetweeners when I was a jobless insomniac with no internet, forced to watch actual TV until I could fall asleep.
100 Free downloads
Here at NetGuide we are all about two things: awesome stuff on the internet and free goods. And if you’re reading this magazine then you probably are too
Annual survey aims to fix IT in NZ
IDC & Getting IT Right to measure year-on-year IT improvements with help of tech community.
LG launches pen-friendly TV - Updated
Korean company bringing televisions into world of mobile devices.
Find us NZ’s biggest mobile bill says 2degrees
2Degrees' full-on assault on the small business mobile market is off to an interesting start.
E3 Nintendo Round-up
Third in series summarising console manufacturers' presentations at E3 Expo.
Green innovations for the future
Dougal Watt, CTO for IBM New Zealand, shares his vision of which five sustainable innovations will change our lives in the next five years.
Connector Systems lands LS Cable
Connector Systems has been appointed New Zealand distributor for Korean LS Cable