Two low-end Apple iPod models went on sale at The Warehouse this week, alongside the discount chain’s range of generic branded goods.
Stories by Jan Birkeland
Local recipes have been the secret to success for Masterton-based software development house Onstream Systems.
When Jamie Cox looks into his crystal ball he sees a bright future for peripherals.
Sage Accpac has released new versions of its customer relationship management (CRM) and warehouse management system (WMS) software aimed at small to medium enterprises in New Zealand.
Following international debate and legislation, the new 802.11n wi-fi standard is set to hit local shelves in a few weeks’ time.
Marshal CEO Ed Macnair says “Watch this space, we’re back!”
A new and faster wi-fi standard, 802.11n, is set to hit local shelves in a few weeks’ time.
Marshal CEO Ed Macnair says “watch this space, we’re back!”
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The Dick Smith Electronic Powerhouse in Hamilton was the scene of the biggest launch of a gaming console ever in New Zealand on Thursday, March 23.
The Xbox 360 launch throughout the country saw some consumers wait for hours to secure their console. Keen gamer Wayne waited for eight hours outside EB Botany Downs, in an event that had 150 people through the doors at midnight. Several other retailers around the country had similar launches, with sales of the Xbox 360 opening at midnight.
Tablet PC evangelist Craig Pringle says the future is bright for his favourite computer design.
InTechnology has been appointed as a new partner for Juniper Networks, and will concentrate on presenting products previously offered by Funk.
Soft Solutions, working with Australia-based StorageCraft, has held seminars over the last few weeks around the country, launching ShadowProtect IT Edition — a backup system.
Storage Networking World 2006, the annual education forum for the storage networking community, is hoping to attract more New Zealanders to this year’s forum.