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Idealog—in the ideas business

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Technology

Microsoft sounds warning to XP users

Microsoft has revealed the number of Kiwi PCs still running its Windows XP operating system, which is now 13 years old. It estimates 377,000 machines are running XP, including a quarter of all types of PCs used by Kiwi ... More …


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Technology

The Wrap: 6 November

This week we uncover a site for venting frustration over spying, phone chargers finally get some personality, bitcoin traders get the convenience of an ATM and a PC maker asks, 'what's that smell?' More …



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Events

Webstock announces speaker lineup for 2014

Webstock, New Zealand's greatest little web conference and potentially the only one with a dog named Bird as director of international markets and business development, is back. More …


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Opinion

Is your internet connection doing the business?

Most small-to-medium companies in New Zealand are yet to fully take advantage of the potential the internet offers – and if you fall into this category, you could be missing out. But to make sure you're not, you need a ... More …




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Technology

New funding earmarked to boost digital exports

An initiative led by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) will dedicate $3 million over the next three years to further the cause of Kiwi exporters offering digitally-focused products and services. More …



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Technology

The Wrap: 30 October

This week there's help from IBM for those who want to get a slice of action from the internet of things, Honda has help for 'don't you know who I am?' types and their cars, an app to ... More …