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You ask the CEO: Brent Impey, MediaWorks NZ (TV3)
Posted on 11-Dec-2008 17:08 Articles, DVB and HD

In this Q&A Brent Impey talks about TV3, Freeview, TV3+1 and more.

You Ask Freeview
Posted on 6-Nov-2008 17:57 Articles, Consumer Electronics

We opened up our forums for our users to ask Freeview anything about the service. Here are the answers.

You ask the CEO: Dr Paul Reynolds, Telecom New Zealand
Posted on 3-Nov-2008 14:24 Articles, Broadband

In this Q&A Dr Paul Reynolds talks about broadband, regulation, the telecommunications sector in New Zealand, and more.

Intel Developer Forum San Francisco 2008 Day 1 Technical Keynotes
Posted on 20-Aug-2008 09:44 Articles, Computing, by M Freitas

This IDF 2008 keynote brought information about new processo models and mobile platforms to be available soon.

Intel Developer Forum San Francisco 2008 Day 1
Posted on 20-Aug-2008 06:39 Articles, Computing, by M Freitas

Day 1 is the official IDF start with keynotes and technical sessions.

Intel Developer Forum San Francisco 2008 Day 0 (updated with video)
Posted on 19-Aug-2008 07:33 Articles, Computing, by M Freitas

Today is the Intel Developer Forum Day 0 - the day before the conference actually starts. Intel is hosting a pre-conference event for media and I am attending these morning sessions.

You ask the CEO: Cecil Alexander, WorldxChange
Posted on 7-Jul-2008 17:50 Articles, Broadband, by M Freitas

In this Q&A Cecil Alexander talks about Voice Over IP in New Zealand, WorldxChange, the New Zealand broadband market and more.

You ask the CEO: Scott Bartlett, Orcon
Posted on 1-Jul-2008 11:23 Articles, Broadband, by M Freitas

In this Q&A Scott Bartlett talks about the current status of Orcon, the New Zealand broadband market and more.

You ask the CEO: Dr Allan Freeth, TelstraClear
Posted on 1-Jul-2008 11:05 Articles, Broadband, by M Freitas

In this Q&A Dr Allan Freeth talks about the current status of TelstraClear, the New Zealand broadband market and more.

Imagine Cup 2008: Team WebStuffdone
Posted on 25-Apr-2008 09:21 Articles, Computing

A quick chat with one of the four teams participating in the Imagine Cup New Zealand finals. The winning team is going to France to represent New Zealand in the world final.

Imagine Cup 2008: Team Sustainable Systems
Posted on 24-Apr-2008 12:00 Articles, Computing

A quick chat with one of the four teams participating in the Imagine Cup New Zealand finals. The winning team is going to France to represent New Zealand in the world final.

Imagine Cup 2008: Team Phoenix
Posted on 22-Apr-2008 17:15 Articles, Computing

A quick chat with one of the four teams participating in the Imagine Cup New Zealand finals. The winning team is going to France to represent New Zealand in the world final.

Imagine Cup 2008: Team Waikato Rev A
Posted on 22-Apr-2008 17:02 Articles, Computing

A quick chat with one of the four teams participating in the Imagine Cup New Zealand finals. The winning team is going to France to represent New Zealand in the world final.

OOXML Q&A with Microsoft Office's Doug Malugh
Posted on 20-Apr-2008 13:28 Articles, Windows

The Office team answers to questions about the new OOXML standard.

Microsoft DreamSpark: interview with Paul Lo
Posted on 26-Feb-2008 11:46 Articles, Computing, by Chakkaradeep

Chakkaradeep, one of the Microsoft Student Partners (New Zealand) discusses with Paul Lo from the Developer & Platform Strategy Group, Microsoft New Zealand, about the DreamSpark initiative.

Geekzone small antivirus round up
Posted on 29-Nov-2007 12:01 Articles, Security

We had a chance to try a few anti-malware titles and bring our conclusions on-line now.

Q and A session with Russell Stanners, CEO of Vodafone New Zealand
Posted on 28-Mar-2007 22:18 Articles, Mobile, by Juha

Vodafone NZ CEO Russell Stanners answers Geekzoners' questions

Soft versus hard security
Posted on 15-Feb-2007 15:34 Articles, Security, by Darryl Burling

Security is a game of managing risk. How we weigh the risks?

Kiwi Foo Camp, alias Baa Camp, Wikipedia entry
Posted on 9-Feb-2007 14:00 Articles, General, by Juha

In case the Wikipedians decide to delete the very good article as hacked on by Russell Brown and Juha Saarinen, here's a mirror of it.

Sowing seeds of innovation: Microsoft's Brett Roberts
Posted on 24-Dec-2006 09:09 Articles, Windows, by M Freitas

Ten minutes with the Microsoft's Director of Innovation Brett Roberts.

The low-down on Vodafone's Music Store
Posted on 3-Dec-2006 15:28 Articles, Entertainment, by Juha

Geekzone has the details on Vodafone's Music Store

What Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Brings to Users and IT Administrators
Posted on 23-Aug-2006 12:00 Articles, Windows Phone, by M Freitas

We had a chat with Microsoft's Charlie Chung during his visit to New Zealand to attend the Tech Ed event. Here is what we found out about Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

Talking to Ferrit
Posted on 15-Aug-2006 11:21 Articles, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

We talked to New Zealand-based on-line retailer Ferrit about their success and plans for the future.

RAID Configuration
Posted on 24-May-2006 17:33 Articles, Computing, by H Willan

Lately, when I look at the specifications of new mainboards and their configuration, seeing SATA RAID or ATA RAID on the board comes as no surprise. Many of the manufacturers are now offering their own flavour of the RAID implementation, e.g. Gigabyte's GigaRAID or VIA's V-RAID.

Living with Windows Mobile AKU2, or How I learned to Love Push e-mail and Stop Worrying
Posted on 18-Feb-2006 20:35 Articles, Windows Phone, by A Karantze

Early in 2006 mobile operators and OEMs around the world will begin offering a new enhancement for use with Microsoft Windows Mobile devices called Messaging and Security Feature Pack (MSFP). We have a look on its benefits and shortfalls.


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