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Who is NZ’s most innovative school teacher?
Microsoft rewards educators finding innovative ways to use technology in the classroom.
5000 tablets given away
Microsoft has pleased guests at its Build developer conference in California by giving each attendee a Samsung tablet running Windows 8.
Dell & VMware to pair up in the cloud - Updated
Dell has announced it will launch an enterprise cloud offering in partnership with long-time strategic partner VMware.
'Cloud is much closer than you think'
"The apps that are running in 2015, we need to be writing today,” Judah says.
Reports of PC's death greatly exaggerated
The desktop PC isn’t going anywhere, in spite of HP’s shock move to divest itself of its PC division.
All go for Mango
Latest version of Windows phone OS released to manufacturers.
Microsoft reports major profits
Latest report reveals only one weakness, but it's a big one.
Microsoft comms tool expanded for conferences
The CX7000 has been developed as part of a partnership between Polycom and Microsoft, which they say allows for a more seamless experience.
Microsoft launches Maori language packs
Kiwis learning or already fluent in te reo Maori will be able to immerse themselves in the language while working on their computers.
Confirmed: Microsoft buys skype for $8.5b - Updated
Some are questioning the financial sense of the deal, especially for such a large amount when Skype's 2010 revenue was $860 million.
Xbox 360 division sales grow by 60%
Microsoft's Xbox 360 gains some much-needed traction over recent months and yields some impressive results.
TechEd tickets on sale May 2nd
Microsoft keeps delegate ticket prices the same as last year for its SkyCity-based tech festival.
Minecraft "official" release date announced
Find out when the exceedingly popular crafting game drops the "beta" tag.
Lack of digital literacy in teens to be addressed
Microsoft and the Ministry of Education will work together to address the lack of digital literacy amongst school leavers in New Zealand.
Kinect sales exceed 2.5M
Microsoft is now halfway to its Kinect sales prediction of 5 million before the year's end.
Microsoft: NZ Kinect voice control coming next year
While Kinect launches in New Zealand tomorrow, Kiwis won't enjoy the voice control functionality available to those in the US - yet.
Microsoft issues IE warning
Targeted attacks using a remote code execution vulnerability are being addressed.
Vote for New Zealand's ugliest website
Microsoft names and shames the country's ugliest websites in the next step of its Wuglies competition.
MS readies 49 security updates
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday update is going to be a record breaker.
Windows Small Business Server 7 beta live
Microsoft has announced that a public preview of Windows Small Business Server 7 is now available to download.
Windows Phone 7 dated Oct 11th - Updated
New York tipped to be the stage for the worldwide launch of Microsoft's new phone.
Windows Phone 7 hits RTM - "We are ready"
WP7 to be the "most thoroughly tested" mobile platform Microsoft has ever released.
Laser names NZ country manager
Former Ingram Microsoft Business Manager joins the IT and consumer electronics accessories firm.
Microsoft apologises for cloud outage
A network issue recently caused Microsoft's BPOS cloud suite to go offline, affecting US customers.