Taken aback by the costly quotes he received for a bespoke iPhone app, Under the Radar's founder Daryl Fincham went and bought some how-to books and developed one on his own.
It's no hyperbole to say IFTTT has saved the world on multiple occasions from assured destruction ... well perhaps it's a slight hyperbole, but this deceptively simple productivity service has become integral to my digital universe – and without it much of it will fall into a black pit of forgetfulness.
The death of Google Reader explained, Apple makes it rain, Flipboard ventures onto the web, and the inspiring story of art in the face of age ...
Without much fanfare Google has launched its terribly-named streaming music service Play Music All Access in New Zealand Australia, the first markets to receive it following the launch in the US in May.
New Zealand's digital economy is trucking along the information superhighway, but according to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's (MBIE) ICT Sector Report a bottleneck in recruitment and international investment stands in the way of global domination.
Looking to attach another language to my resume, I found the language teaching service Duolingo. The website takes English-language-users through the basics of other tongues.
Vikings fighting pirates, Google Maps looks prettier and Downunder Star Wars ...
Lawyers are scary, especially for startups looking to make their first steps into the shark-eat-shark world of business. A New Zealand firm has launched a simplistic tool for startups to get their business off the ground legally.
Creative HQ alum Dash Tickets has been acquired by events and promotions company The Fortress Group, which also owns TicketDirect and 1-night.co.nz.
Turning the humble desktop wallpaper into an advertising channel in its own right has landed Nelson Rayner, founder of Kiwi startup Donate Your Desktop (DYD), the Advertising Club of New York's Google Young Innovator Award.