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4D tech to aid surgeons in hand surgery
If you need surgery from stressing your texting thumbs or gamer’s wrists too much, you may soon find you’re part of a revolutionary surgical procedure
Reckon One’s cloud accounting software launches in UK
Australian cloud accounting provider Reckon Limited has made a lucrative entrance in the UK market, allowing it to target the 5.4 million SMEs.
Ziptrek Ecotours brings Queenstown to tourists through virtual reality
Ziptrek Ecotours, using virtual reality to showcase Queenstown’s beauty to potential tourists.
Flickr a focal point for predicting worldwide protest locations
Flickr, the photo-sharing giant that hosts over 5.6 billion photos, has become a useful tool for tracking protest movements worldwide.
Mobile app install rates strong but slowing
The smartphone app market may have hit its peak, with app installations and a maturing market still growing but at a slower rate, an IDC study reports
Amazon Web Services secures capacity in Hawaiki cable
Amazon Web Services has purchased capacity in the new Hawaiki submarine cable that will link New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
UXC: Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy a great leap forward
Australia’s new Cyber Security Strategy for Australia will help solve problems that plague the cyber security industry and promote "cultural change".
Hands-on review: HP OfficeJet Pro 8720
The HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 all-in-one inkjet printer will be a welcome addition to small businesses.
Your invite: NZTech Advance Education Technology Summit 2016
The NZTech Advanced Technology Summit 2016 is drawing near, and it aims to bring the dynamics of education technology (Edtech) to Auckland.
Generation emoji: Here to stay or just a fad?
My father, a longtime journalist and editor, is surely rolling in his grave. Somewhere, David Ogilvy cries. Emoji have taken over the written word.
Hands-on review: Rapoo VPro 710 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Large and sturdy with a rainbow of backlit lighting options and removable keys, it's perfect for gaming and can extend to general use.
Hands-on review: Intel Compute Stick STK1AW32SC
Last year Intel released its very first Intel Compute Stick. Fast-foward to 2016 and its newest version has upped its specs.
Hands-on review: Corsair M65 Pro RGB Gaming Mouse
Whether you're flying in space or taking down the enemy, this revolutionary mouse will help you keep your finger on the trigger at all times.
Hands-on review: DJI OSMO handheld 4K camera
It's a drone camera without the drone, so you can keep your feet and camera close to the ground... if you want to.
Hands-on review: Lenovo IdeaPad MIIX 700 Laptop Tablet Hybrid
Introducing Lenovo's newest Ideapad, the MIIX 700 convertible is powerful, sleek, slim, well-built and it looks fantastic.
When ads go bad: A look into malvertising's malicious growth
Advertisements on the Internet are no longer just a nuisance - they are now also potentially dangerous.
Hands-on review: Rapoo S100 Bluetooth Headset
In nature, yellow and black means danger. With the Rapoo S100 Bluetooth headset, yellow and black means "DON'T DISTURB ME WHILE I LISTEN TO MY MUSIC!"
Hands-on review: QNAP TS-453A NAS Drive
As the next addition to QNAP's range, the TS-453A is a 4-bay NAS drive with a quad-core Intel Celeron N3150 processor. What makes this one different?
Fortinet: Security without compromise
Fortinet shows how to keep your school’s network safe, without compromising on speed or convenience.
Fortinet: The case for internal firewalls
Fortinet protects data from attacks originating inside the datacentre, as today it is not enough to protect against just external intruders.
Fortinet’s Advanced Threat Protection: Secure your sensitive data, ensure your privacy
Securing your data and ensuring your privacy can be difficult tasks. Here is Fortinet’s five step solution to prevent the most persistent threats.
Hands-on review: ASUS RT-AC5300 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router
This router looks like the belly of a spider that can conjure up a portal to another world. And that's not far from the truth.
Xiro drones a huge hit at the recent Consumer Electronics Show
The annual CES was officially opened in the United States on the 6th of January, with Xiro's Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) stealing the show.
Why NZ retailers need to be wary of attacks in the last week before Christmas
New Zealand retailers are entering the busiest week of the year ahead of Christmas and the number of DDoS attacks continues to rise.