Author Sim Ahmed
Bad news for flailing media companies, you’ll soon be competing for subscription dollars with the third largest social network – YouTube.
Watch out Facebook, Google+ is on your behind. Somebody’s using the untrendy service, because it’s now the number two social network in the world, says one study.
If Rule 34 of the internet is “If it exists, there’s porn of it”, then surely Rule 35 is “If it can host porn, it will host porn”, a lesson Twitter’s new video service, Vine, has learned today.
Auckland tertiary institute builds gamer community to attract students to its new game development degrees. And zombies.
Facebook’s new Graph Search hasn’t rolled out to all of the social network’s one billion users yet, but a new meme shows the privacy horrors that awaits us when it does.
Friday Forum: Is it ethical to keep the likes from an old Facebook page when you rebrand a product?
The 1 billion-strong social network launches a social-powered search engine. Is this where your next SEM dollar will go?
Hawke’s Bay man creates iOS game from home which has taken the app world by storm, now sitting pretty in the Apple App charts.
Following news of its liquidation in a classic Christmas dump last year, a new report shows the agency owes its employees, the tax man, and trade partners a significant amount of cash – and it looks like it doesn’t have money in the bank to pay it all.
Twas the night before the night before Christmas, and Rudolph is hungover in the corner. Mrs Claus gives a bourbon fuelled rant about how her life with Santa is no fairy tale. She stumbles off stage, but not before threatening Rudolph with a shit-stained dildo. Thus ending the opening scene of Mega Christmas, playing at the Basement Theatre in Auckland this week.
Search giant Google has released the results of its 2012 top search trends, including the most searched for terms in New Zealand this year.
New Zealand-based fundraising startup Donate Your Desktop has partnered with eight new charities, with the hope that added choice will bring in new users and boost struggling advertising sales.
MetService is launching a redesigned website this afternoon to bring more of its labyrinth of meteorological data up to the user level.
The new site also gives advertisers an interesting proposition: bid for ads next to different weather types.