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Kiwi VMob joins Las Vegas Technovation Solutions Centre
VMob, the New Zealand mobile marketing company, has joined the exclusive Technovation Solutions Centre in Las Vegas.
We never talk anymore..
My big problem with phone calls these days is that you have to drop whatever you are doing in order to talk to the person calling you. It’s rather rude, really.
'Little evidence' that smartphone use causes cancer
Apparently there is "little evidence that moderate mobile phone use is associated with any cancer in the head and neck region" states a new report by the European Commission.
Mobile phones take over the world
The number of mobile phones worldwide is expected to exceed the world’s population by 2014, with overall penetration rates reaching 96% globally by the end of this year.
Mobile addicts across the ditch
Our neighbours across the Tasman work extra hours via their mobile as the country becomes a nation of mobile addicts.
NZ’s mobile ad spending increases
Kiwi mobile advertising expenditure continues to grow as specialist mobile media companies descend on the New Zealand market.
South Korean mobile network hacked
Millions of mobile phone users in South Korea suffer security breach during five month hacking spree across the country.
Samsung ousts Apple
Samsung, Fuji Xerox and LED monitors have come out on top in three IDC reports on the New Zealand and Australian markets in Q3 2011.
Quiet in the tweet seats!
Theatres offer special seating so guests can use Twitter while watching a performance.
Is NZ getting a fourth mobile carrier?
UK-based Clear Mobitel to bid in 700MHz spectrum auction with view to building an LTE network.
Lady Gaga creates mobile pic printer with Polaroid
Portable device to free images from digital cameras and mobile phones.
Concern over mobile loan service
The interest on the Ferratum loans reaches 292% p.a. for a $100 loan over 30 days
Update: Telecom Micro-SIM released today
Telecom XT customers can now get their hands on the new Micro-SIM, providing more options for iPad users.
Kiwis go unplugged
Statistics New Zealand reveals mobile access is playing an increasingly important role in New Zealanders' lives.
Microsoft Unveils Windows Mobile 6.5
Microsoft has launched the new Windows 6.5 operating system which enables users to back up and share data from their phones like never before.
Telecom launches mobile TV - free until December
The service is available via the WAP platform TWorld, which is installed on the range of XT Network cellphones.