Hands-on review: The 2019 iMac marks 21 years of Apple's elegant desktops
The 2019 iMac has a slim design that makes it easy to fit into any setup.
LIFX sneak peek: These lights turn the home into a rainbow of colour
The dark side of apps: Security threats on the rise
Samsung and Microsoft partner to deliver unified experience
Five ways to use Google Earth to explore the world
Five ways smart TVs are at risk of cyber attacks
NVIDIA's ray tracing graphics are coming to Minecraft
Kiwi employees embracing a future of AI
Kiwi employees are the most secure in their roles when it comes to embracing artificial intelligence in the workplace, compared to all other countries surveyed including, Australia, USA, UK, Germany and Japan.
Bose revamps iconic QuietComfort headphones
The Bose 700s use the next-generation Bose noise cancellation for improved noise reduction and sophisticated electronic circuitry that eliminates the “hiss” regularly heard in other headphones.
Kiwi startup making waves in electric transport
“We’re helping organisations address one the biggest challenge of our time climate change by giving them a practical way to reduce their own carbon footprint."
Hands-on review: Corsair HS35 is the complete console gaming headset
The HS35 delivers high-quality sound and voice clarity for gaming on multiple platforms including PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices, thanks to a universal 3.5mm connection.
Sony buys Insomniac Games, the firm behind PS4 hits Marvel's Spider-Man & Spyro
Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) is finally bringing longtime partner and game developer Insomniac Games under its wing.
Waikato Uni opens NZ's first esports arena
"People are still of the opinion that gamers are the nerds in the corner who have no social skills, doing something that won’t take you anywhere in life. But this initiative is a step towards showing people that esports can lead to many opportunities in a billion-dollar industry.”
Sennheiser goes wireless for audiophiles
Sennheiser is gearing up to launch its first audiophile Bluetooth in-ear headphones, due to hit shelves in mid-August.
Gaming consoles are the most secure smarthome devices
Out of all the connected devices in the home – lights, TVs, plugs, digital assistants, and even surveillance cameras – the humble game console is the most secure device of all of them.
Hands-on review: MSI Trident X Plus 9SD-074AU gaming PC
We look at one of the hottest and sexiest gaming rigs available on the local market
DJI’s new selfie stick has plenty of awesome features
DJI’s new Osmo Mobile 3 mobile phone stabiliser is a selfie stick in disguise – but it’s a selfie stick that has plenty of features.
Hands-on review: The Elgato Stream Deck makes streaming so much easier
Too lazy to tell your Twitter followers that you’re online? No problem - just pre-populate a tweet, assign it to one of the 15 keys and you can send it whenever you like.
Samsung's Note10 will come in two different sizes for the first time ever
It’s that time of year again. Like clockwork, Samsung has announced the latest version of the acclaimed Galaxy Note series, the Note10.
Huawei’s 10 megatrend predictions for 2025
The GIV predicts technology trends up until 2025, including 5G coverage, AI deployment, home robot adoption, and smart assistant use rates.
Twilio solution aims to make unknown numbers thing of the past
Verified By Twilio positions apps to provide consumers with verified information about who is contacting them and why.
Startup’s ‘super-map’ takes on Google Earth
The startup company is attempting to create a map that will rival Google Earth by providing near real-time global imagery from commercial satellites, aerial cameras and drones.
Find out where you can get your Corsair gaming goods near you
Corsair has a range of retailers and resellers in most countries around the world.
Get ready to take the red pill: The Matrix is coming back
“As you can see, we've had our eye on you for some time now, Mr. Anderson..."
How video games are driving the need for faster internet
Video games are driving the need for internet services that are lightning fast and free of lag or latency, especially as many games now rely on the internet to provide an excellent gaming experience.
Logitech showcases the best parts of being a tech junkie
Freshly caffeinated and after the most delicious custard and apple doughnut ever, I ventured to the Logitech Showcase, ready to be inspired. I wasn’t disappointed.
Broadband and mobile: Rural New Zealand gets more of the good stuff
Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees announce new rural broadband and mobile services in twenty locations
Game review - Wolfenstein: Youngblood
The game is designed to be played co-operatively, with each player controlling one of the sisters. You can play solo with an AI sister, but it’s pretty clear that the developers have not refined the game for Johnny-no-mates players.
GitHub Classroom will now work with Google Classroom & more
GitHub’s learning platform GitHub Classroom will now work with popular student platforms including Canvas, Google Classroom, and Moodle.