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Mud wrestling: Microsoft targets Gmail
Microsoft, that paragon of virtue which has always put customer interests first, has the old Googler square in its sights.
Google's GMail goes down
Global users breathe relief as Google announces GMail and Drive services are back after a worldwide disruption.
Google pulls iOS Gmail app
Google hastily retracts its newly launched iOS Gmail app hours after release, citing a significant bug impairing notifications and user experience.
Google pushes web safety after inbox hacks
Internet giant pushes safety message after successful phishing attacks on military, government and political Gmail users.
How to Gmail like a pro
Master Gmail with shortcuts: Learn how to navigate your inbox like a pro, saving precious time for the things that matter most.
Google jumps on the facebook bandwagon
Facebook has taken the online world by storm and is leaving a trail of casualties (Myspace who?) in its wake. Google is determined not to be one of them.
Better (but fewer) ads for Gmail
Google to refine Gmail ads, promising fewer but more relevant adverts, including local deals and offers, enhancing user experience.
Facebook chat globally available to Hotmail users
Hotmail users worldwide can now chat on Facebook directly from their inboxes, as Microsoft expands the feature globally, outdoing Gmail.
Google works on finding lost Gmails
Google tackles glitch causing Gmail users to lose emails, promising swift restoration and revises affected user figures down.
First Look: Android 3.0 “Honeycomb”
Google reinvents the Android platform from the ground up – this time for tablets.
Virgin America goes Google - saves a fortune
Email costs to be halved annually with a saving of over 18 terabytes made after embracing the cloud.
Google releases voice and chat for U.S. users
Google has announced Gmail voice and video chat for US-based users.
Microsoft condemns Russian crackdown on dissidents
Microsoft defends users after reports of Russian authorities using piracy charges to seize computers of dissidents.
John Mayer quits Twitter
John Mayer, the pop star with over 3.7 million Twitter followers, has declared that he is quitting the platform.
TUANZ Innovation Awards
A glittering awards ceremony at the Langham Hotel in Auckland, in September, unveiled a flurry of deserving companies and individuals, honoured for their ability to drive innovation.
Evolving the contact centre from start-up to maturity, we get an insight into how Orcon’s success shone a bright spotlight onto the need for its urgent behind-thescenes software upgrade.
The telecommunications industry in New Zealand is facing significant changes, with the departure of the industry's most recognizable face and the need for collaboration between public assets and initiatives. The demand side must also step up to ensure innovation and economic growth.
NZ’s fibre-enabled future
As Crown Fibre Holdings confirms its shortlist of partners for the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) Initiative and plans to commence negotiations for the first stage of the roll-out are announced, the NZ economy has much to look forward to, says the NZRFG.
A thought from Rhoda Holmes, Managing Director, Raghnall Consulting Ltd.
Five tips for Google's Priority Inbox
Google serves up a selection of tips for its recently revamped Gmail inbox.
Here are five things you may not know you can do with Gmail to make sending, receiving, viewing, and finding attachments easier:.
Google releases 'Priority' mail for Gmail
Gmail has debuted a new way to keep on top of email overload.
Cisco makes a bid for Skype
Insiders say the bid could be as high as US$5 billion for the internet, voice chat business.
Google guns for MS Exchange business
Google launches new suite of apps for government organisations to save money and reduce IT hassles.