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Google rolls out Wi-Fi vulnerability fix for Android
A user-discovered exploit in the Sony PSN password reset system has led to the
Free wi-fi for Christchurch
Tomizone opens up its wi-fi hotspots in Christchurch to allow news and information to flow more freely.
Wi-fi campervans hit the road
Wellington firm Romp has installed routers into campervans for a truly mobile surfing experience.
Skype partners with Tomizone
Wi-fi hotspots across New Zealand to be made available to those with a Skype Access account.
CallPlus targets SMBs with Connect Lite
Kiwi-owned telco adds managed voice solution for small businesses to its portfolio.
SolarWinds sets sights on application performance
SolarWinds has announced that it is set to address the unmet and growing needs of systems and virtualisation administrator.
NZ Hi-Tech Awards announce star judge
Gary Hamel, the "world's most influential business thinker", has signed on to judge the 2011 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
HP and Microsoft launch new apps
New appliances promise to optimise employee productivity and simplify application delivery for IT.
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Take out a 12-month subscription to Game Console or NetGuide and bag yourself a free prize (quick - while stocks last).
Nintendo 3DS dated for March in New Zealand
Sydney event planned for February 8th, where more details of the Australian and New Zealand launches will be released.
Datacom scoops VMware award
Cloud solutions win Datacom VMware's Asia Pacific Service Provider Partner of the Year award.
Connector buys Kalooma Technologies
Value added distributor snapped up by the ever-growing Connector Systems.
Compuware launches partner-driven cloud community
CloudSleuth built to showcase the performance of the cloud's "federated infrastructure".
Samsung launches the Galaxy 580
Android 2.1-powered Galaxy 580 now available on the Vodafone network.
NZ’s top holiday spot gets free WiFi
Local provider EOL will make free broadband access available via WiFi hotspots at The Mount.