Wheedle takes another crack at the auction pie, Facebook home (should it stay home?), Kordia says bon voyage to ISP, crowdsourcing the Boston Marathon explosions, and cellphone nostalgia.
Kordia has sold its residential and business ISP arm Orcon to a group of New Zealand investors headed by Warren Hurst, executive director of Vivid Networks.
Kordia is in discussions with "several parties" to sell its consumer ISP Orcon.
The government's $1.5 billion Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) network is now in reach of 135,000 end users, but less than 4000 New Zealanders have connected so far, according to ICT minister Amy Adams.
There is no greater force in the online world than cat videos.