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Welcome to the SupaKiwi world
Three kiwis at Auckland University have launched a fun game for iOS and Android.
Are you app-savvy?
Download market shifting as discerning users snub second-rate apps: analyst.
Apple releases iOS 5 beta 7
Focus on support for iCloud shows desire to avoid MobileMe launch problems.
Exclusive: iPhone 5 NZ release date
It's been rumoured for months and is well overdue, when will kiwis be able to get their hands on the iPhone 5?
JailbreakMe developer lands Apple internship
19-year-old taken on after helping millions to circumvent iOS download restrictions.
Android vs iOS: Which are you?
Analysts compare smartphone owner demographics, from age & gender to tastes in snacks.
Apple to sell unlocked iPhones, suggest rumours
Leaks suggest Apple will begin selling unlocked iPhones via its US Apple Stores beginning this week
Xperia Play gets Minecraft early
The addictive sandbox game will get an early release on Xperia Play phones, along with 20 other new titles for the platform
Desert Zombie brings FPS to iOS
Unreal's Desert Zombie game is a first person shooter for iPhone and iPad
iOS 5 already jailbroken
The new iOS 5 has been jailbroken before its even released, thanks to hackers.
First look at iOS 5
Apple unveiled a first look at the next generation of its mobile device operating system at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference
iWork intro'd for iOS
Apple today announced its iWork apps, Keynote, Pages and Numbers, are now available on iOS.
Apple set to unleash Lion
Apple set to unveil OSX Lion and other developments at its Worldwide Developers Conference next week.
Opera encores on iOS
Its big benefit is a 90 percent compression of data traffic for speed (and bandwidth) savings.
Rumour: Apple to bring NFC tech to iOS?
Near Field Communications capabilities may be coming to iOS.
Apple launches 'Support Communities'
New forums launch to help users get the most out of their Macs, iPods, iPhones, iPads (without having to call Apple).
Review: TrapIt iOS App
In a first for Game Console, our resident mobile-gaming guru Hamish Bode reviews an iPhone game from Kiwi developer Little Geek.
Android to own 49% of the smartphone market by 2012
Gartner says that Android will control nearly half of the global smartphone market by the end of 2011.
HP attacks Apple's channel approach
HP says it will heavily in its channel to make its WebOS development platform is a more compelling and profitable one than Apple's.
No new Apple hardware for WWDC
June's Worldwide Developers Conference rumoured to be 100% software focussed, meaning no new iPad, iPhone or Mac hardware.
Metacritic launches iPhone and iPad game reviews
Games for iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad will feature among the reviews listed on popular review-aggregation site Metacritic.
Apple TV updated to 4.2
Apple has updated its Apple TV device to version 4.2, which includes the ability to wirelessly stream video from iOS 4.3 devices.
Apple locks down in-app purchases
Responding to the pressures of parenting, all in-app purchases now require a second password on purchase.
iOS 4.3 launches early - out now
Free update brings a faster Safari, iTunes Home Sharing, AirPlay improvements and personal hotspots to your i device.