LG is taking on New Zealand's crowded but strong notebook market with the release of its new range.
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Memorably named Need A Nerd, a Hawke’s Bay-based support company, plans to take its services nationwide.
Mirapoint gains Bakbone support
SMX offers big margins for mail management
Seventeen inches still satisfies
Timely Linux launch leaves Vista lagging
Since 1999 Quicken New Zealand has moved buildings seven times due to growth. And, thanks to the recent acquisition of EasyBooks, its offices are filling fast yet again.
Viewsonic has released a 22-inch widescreen LCD that reduces the price difference between LCD screens.
Netgear has added IT Wholesale (ITW) to its list of distributors.
Telecom copped some flak from smaller businesses after it started filtering traffic on port 25 in April.
New Zealand’s two leading financial software companies, MYOB and Quicken, announced this month separate acquisitions to further their position in the market.
Secure Computing warns of IP-based scams
HP releases new notebooks, mini PC
Laser targets market with local presence
Heading in the right direction
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