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Telecom launches LG Windows Phone 7
At long last a second Microsoft Windows Phone is now available to New Zealand consumers.
LG Optimus Black headed to NZ
The "world's slimmest smartphone device" with the "world's brightest screen" is officially getting a New Zealand release.
IBM settles bribery complaint for $10m
Complaint alleged IBM employees tried to bribe South Korean and Chinese officials in return for business over ten years.
The revolution will be cybercast
Two despots are gone, and others will be wondering who’s next.
Latest Christchurch communications updates
2degrees and Vodafone issue joint update on Christchurch communications services.
LG unveils world's first 3D smartphone
The Optimus 3D allows users to watch 3D content without glasses and record content with a 3D video camera.
No Telecom Windows Phone 7 until March 2011
XT users won't get their hands on the new LG Optimus 7Q for at least another three months.
2degrees launches second Android device
$449 gets you the LG Optimus One P500, 2degrees' second Android 2.2 smartphone.
Gen-i launches NZ's second Windows Phone 7
The first Windows Phone 7 device for Telecom's XT network, the LG Optimus 7Q, is now available to Gen-i clients.
Gen-i's Windows 7 Phone at sea
The LG Optimus 7Q is sailing its way to New Zealand, but will it make a November release?
Windows Phone 7 launches in New Zealand
Jourdan Templeton from Waikato was the first person in the world to purchase a Windows Phone 7.
Vodafone gets Windows Phone 7 in New Zealand
Vodafone selected to be Microsoft's premier partner for launch in late October, Telecom/Gen-i to follow in November.
Gen-i: Lots of interest in Windows Phone 7
Pre-orders being taken for a November launch of LG's Optimus 7Q device.
Windows Phone 7 devices announced - Updated
"We have a beautiful line-up in this first wave of Windows Phone 7 handsets," beams Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer.
Its a Wonderful (and big) Life
The convenors of YouTube’s ‘Life in a Day’ project now have a mammoth task on their hands: editing more than 4500 hours of footage.
Vodafone: We're leading NZ’s smartphone revolution
Three new Android-based phones get a New Zealand roll out under the Vodafone banner.
Killzone 3 details emerge
The first information on Killzone 3 has hit the internet following the release of US magazine, Game Informer.
On the front line of connectivity
How are councils using technology, and connecting their citizens? Louis van Wyk takes a look at the local government sector
The third dimension
Ready or not, 3D televisions, games and Blu-ray discs are coming this year. Chris Leggett asks the experts what we need to know and whether we should care.
Weta replicates fan-designed weapon
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[Update]CES: LG smartphone unveiled
LG has officially announced its LG GW990 – a smartphone that will run Intel’s powerful Moorestown CPU – at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Trade Me power tips
How to find the best bargains<br />Trade Me is New Zealand’s most popular Web site – and a global phenomenon.
Ratchet and Clank competition
Sony Computer Entertainment New Zealand and TVNZ have announced a special competition to coincide with the upcoming release of <span style="font-style: italic;">Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time.
What do toxic waterways have to do with your business?
<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 14pt">IT Brief takes a closer look at green IT and what is means to be a "greenie".