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Microsoft targets SAP, Oracle apps business
"If we don't dramatically outgrow Oracle and SAP I'd be disappointed," says Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.
SAP's Auckland Transport system goes live
Auckland Transition Agency impressed with new SAP system that covers payroll runs, finance and procurement processes.
SAP doubles in size
After a record 2010 the company expects growth from in-memory computing, mobile solutions and cloud offerings for 2011.
Microsoft announces Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party
The lineup is announced for the second annual House Party for Xbox LIVE Arcade!
Medal of Honor
EA's attempt to keep up with the joneses is an admirable effort that's not quite there, but it shows considerable promise.
Game review: Fable lll
Finally delivering on the "choices and consequences" promise, fable iii is the franchise's most mature offering yet.
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Some historical gripes remain, but Treyarch lifts its game to deliver the definitive Call of Duty package.
The upcoming mortal kombat goes back to the beginning in more ways than one, as the game’s senior producer hans lo tells game console’s chris leggett.
The LANs of summer
The ON3 Network and Adversity Gaming announce a series of competitive LANs over the summer months! Read on for the details.
Sidhe announces rugby challenge
In huge news for Kiwi sports fans, Wellington-based developer Sidhe has announced it will release Rugby Challenge for PC and "consoles"
Playtv finally reaches new zealand
Sony Computer Entertainment New Zealand has finally launched the PlayTV peripheral in New Zealand