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StudentIT stories - Page 2
New Batman: Arkham City trailer
One of the most anticipated sequels of next year gets a brand new, lengthy trailer showcasing Hugo Strange, one of the many villains the Caped Crusader will encounter.
Renaissance picks up Fuji Xerox
Distribution deal signed for Fuji Xerox printers and consumables in the New Zealand market.
EA announces Shift 2 Unleashed
The next title in Electronic Arts simulation-style Need For Speed racer is now official.
Rob Spray joins Zintel Cogent
The ex-Chief Executive Officer of the Telecommunications Industry Group takes up NTO role.
Official: Beatles on iTunes - pricing revealed
"I am particularly glad to no longer be asked when the Beatles are coming to iTunes," says Ringo Starr.
Health issue forces Telecom board resignation
Sachio Semmoto has resigned from the Telecom board with immediate effect, replacement not currently planned.
The Beatles comes to iTunes
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple's unforgettable iTunes announcement is that it's secured the rights to the Beatles back catalogue.
Rumour: Gears of War title headed to Kinect?
According to IGN, Microsoft and Epic Games could be set to unveil one of the first hardcore titles for the Kinect motion-sensing peripheral at the Spike TV Video Game Awards (VGAs).
Kinect sells 1M units worldwide in first 10 days
Before New Zealand consumers can even pick it up, Microsoft announces that its recent motion-sensing peripheral, Kinect, has sold over 1 million units overseas within its first 10 days of release.
MagnumMac retail re-brand confirmed
The YooBee re-branding exercise continues with MagnumMac and StudentIT retail stores.
New Zealand pays more for fixed line call costs
ComCom ranks New Zealand fixed line and mobile services in the bottom three, compared to other OECD countries.
Renaissance closes MagnumMac online
Old accounts accessible until December 1st, with customers being asked to register for new YooBee site.
Skype 5.0 launches for Mac
A beta version of Skype 5.0 for Mac has been released and is now available to download now.
CEOs should seize iPad opportunities
Business leaders should be speaking with their CIOs as the iPad ecosystem could disrupt existing business models, says Gartner.
Telecom revenue down
CEO Paul Reynolds says operational performance was satisfactory, as the firm moves to semi-annual reporting.
Cyber attack cripples Burma's web
Slow connections and sporadic outages have plagued Burma's internet service ahead of a major election at the weekend.
New Dead Space 2 trailer
Check out some previously unseen footage in the latest trailer for EA's upcoming sci-fi survival horror.
Vodafone resolves email problem
Service restored after some fixed line customers experienced a total loss of email services earlier today.
Facebook mobile app gets major update
The social networking firm releases "major updates" to both its Android and iPhone applications.
Symantec enhances partner programme
Three new specialisations have been introduced along with a new Master Specialisation category.
Google pays out over Buzz lawsuit
$US8.5 million paid out over a class-action lawsuit around its Buzz social networking service.