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The smartphone threat
Security software vendors warn of risks behind Android's open platform.
Busy week for PikPok
Wellington game developers premiere three new smartphone titles.
Huge potential for lower-end apps
Developers should get on board the growing market for feature phone applications, analyst says.
Vodafone traffic doubles in 12 months
Smartphones drive data upwards, with two thirds of customers now accessing internet on their mobiles.
Nokia's final shot
Analysts say Finnish phone maker has one more chance to stop the slide.
Apple wins touch-screen patent
Experts say iPhone maker could 'bully' other manufacturers.
Nokia E7 out now - exclusive to Vodafone
All-in-one business smartphone available exclusively through Vodafone from Friday for NZ$1299.
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.
Kiwi online banking increases 15%
In five years the number of Kiwis turning to online banking has shot up almost 160%.
Will the smartphone Make the netbook extinct?
HP's notebook guy Simon Molloy tells us about how mobile phones and notebooks are now competing.
The place to be seen on the internet.
BlackBerry App World update hits NZ
New pricing tiers, PayPal and credit card payment options and a new user ID system now available to download.
APAC smartphone market to skyrocket
Smartphones to account for 54% of all APAC device sales by 2015, says Frost & Sullivan.
Synnex scoops HTC deal
HTC smartphones to receive wider New Zealand availability and support.
Microsoft downplays PC slowdown talk
People should gather a lot of information before coming to conclusions, says MS Investor Relations boss.
Palm launches new handheld computing device Palm Pixi
Palm’s second webOS device, and the successor to the Palm, is here.
HTC Magic now available in New Zealand
Its tablet-style touch screen takes you directly to the world of Google - Google browser, Google Maps, Google Calendar