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Mac OS ‘father’ quits Apple
After 22 years of service, the "Father of Mac OS X" is leaving Apple to focus more on science and less on products.
Apple releases Mac OS X Lion dev preview
Eighth version of the operating system to bring some of the best ideas from iPad back to the Mac.
Users still unhappy with Skype Mac
App still blocks Flash and other programs from using your webcam – even when it’s not running.
2degrees creates 80 Christchurch jobs
A new 2degrees 24/7 contact centre is to open by mid-2011 - apply for a job inside.
Chaos happens - so transform those file transfer systems!
IT executives never consciously decide to create chaos and sub-optimisation in their file transfer environments. But chaos happens anyway, as systems evolve.
HP: Cloud computing is going mainstream
New fleet of products and services launched to make organisations feel safer about the cloud.
Enterprise-level security offered to SMBs
RSA launches new authentication tools designed to meet the cost requirements of small and medium sized SMBs.
BMC Software wins NZ Transport Agency deal
Cloud-based service desk solution to be implemented right across the company.
1 in 7 SMBs ignore IT security
New research finds disconnect between SMB security awareness and levels of protection in small businesses.
Myspace secures Facebook integration
Create your own personalised content streams using Facebook's Like button.
Maxnet signs Datasouth
Maxnet offered five times the bandwidth for the same price the company previously paid.
iOS 4.2 out now in New Zealand
Multitasking, folders, a unified inbox, Game Centre, AirPlay and AirPrint come to iPad.
Cyber Monday set to launch in New Zealand
An overseas shopping phenomenon is hitting New Zealand next Monday, November 29th...
New Mortal Kombat gameplay footage released
Check out some of Sub-Zero's moves, combos, and an in-game cinematic from next year's brutal reboot of Mortal Kombat!
Portal 2 delayed to April
First its E3 appearance was canceled - now the wait for a sequel to Valve's breakaway success becomes even more agonising.
HP offers up to $5,000 trade-in on old servers
If you are in the market for a new server, maybe HP's latest offer will close the deal before January 31st.
Apple partners with Oracle
Oracle and Apple have joined forces for the OpenJDK project for Mac OS X.
PlayTV NZ: the details
We knew PlayTV was coming on November 25th - now we know all the details. Read on to find out how it works and what you can expect to pay.
Sidhe announces Rugby Challenge for Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Just in time for the World Cup, a fully fledged rugby title will at last hit current-gen consoles and PC!
Gran Turismo 5 coming November 25th
It's not a hoax, and it's not a dream: Gran Turismo 5 will hit New Zealand retailers from November 25th.
PlayTV officially coming to NZ before month's end
According to Stuff's Game Junkie, Gerard Campbell, the upcoming launch of PlayTV is official.
2degrees worried about rural duopoly
Rural customers don't deserve a high speed version of the mobile duopoly New Zealanders have lived with for so long, says Chief Executive Eric Hertz.
Call of Duty: Black Ops shatters entertainment records
Business as usual, then, as Call of Duty: Black Ops becomes but the latest installment of the franchise to shatter entertainment launch records.
Gen-i: Clients will benefit from Tele-fone alliance
Vodafone and Telecom's partnership will help the rural industry develop and export intellectual property.