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Malware in game hacks might deliver Pyrrhic victories
90% of game hacks infected with malware, putting gamers, especially young ones, at risk of cyber threats, unveils AVG study.
AVG updates anti-virus for Android and iOS
Mobile security provider responds to growth in mobile security with new safe browsers across operating systems.
Clever Kiwis most savvy social networkers
Kiwis lead in wise social media use, with less than 10% risking job ire by airing work grievances online, says AVG study.
Internet security: You’re still the weakest link
Bad news for careless internet users: all the software in the world probably can’t protect you if you don’t use your head.
AVG reveals internet security scams
Online security company reveals annual reports, showing a need for consumer awareness when using the internet.
Simple tips for SMB security
It doesn't take long to update your software, but it could be the layer of security that saves you a lot of money.
AVG distie parent on the hunt for new tech
Avalanche Technology Group appoints CTO in bid to dig out new technology opportunities.
New year new security
Back to school now includes digital security, AVG (AU/NZ) advises on protecting devices as children return to their studies.
Fake antivirus, mobile malware and QR codes
Fake antivirus and mobile malware threats highlighted in AVG report, pinpointing the risks of QR codes. A wake-up call for users and resellers.
Channel Surfing: fake products robbing resellers
Report highlights need for partners to get to know their customers.
AVG looks to raise US$125m in IPO
Dutch security software company applies to list on New York Stock Exchange.
Microsoft issues a temporary solution to the Duqu virus
Microsoft issues temporary fix for destructive Duqu virus, which could affect users of Windows XP, Vista, 7, and Server 2008.
Toy tablets coming to New Zealand
Kiwi kids' wishlists will soon feature the LeapFrog LeapPad, a child-friendly tablet launching in NZ for $249, just in time for Christmas.
A fourth mobile network?
Clear Mobitel aims to launch NZ's 4th mobile network with a unique LTE strategy, eyeing rural sectors despite scepticism and market challenges.
Should tweens be on Facebook?
Study reveals over 58% of parents say their tweens use social networks, sparking debate on age restrictions and digital maturity.
Steve Jobs 1955-2011
Apple's visionary Steve Jobs has died at 56, leaving a legacy of innovation with the iPhone and iPad transforming tech globally.
The ultimate procrastination sites
Delve into the ultimate procrastination havens, from pranking to puzzles, and candy quizzes to bubble wrap popping, escape the humdrum with these sites.
City Bars New Zealand website is worth a visit
If you love to party or just love to kick back with a cool beer at an even cooler bar, the City Bars New Zealand website is worth a visit.
Clocked revolutionises gaming in NZ, offering free swaps of video games and DVDs, proving one man's trash is indeed another's treasure.
Pet lovers rejoice
If you love your furry four-legged friends but hate leaving them behind when you go away on holiday, this is definitely the site for you.
Draw me like one of your french girls
Titanic's iconic line inspires hilarious internet trend, turning pets and people into 'French girls'.
Patrice’s Pick – From the Country Music Junkie
Everyone knows that kids can be cruel. This is particularly true when you’re a girl with a boy’s name, and you listen to country music.
L Word star Leisha Hailey kicked off Southwest flight for kissing her partner, sparking a Twitter storm and allegations of discrimination.
Northpole.com launches festive cheer with a Christmas countdown, featuring letters to Santa, baking recipes, stories, games, and more for all ages.