Technology news from the future
Hands-on review: Starlink: Battle for Atlas enters the galaxy
If you don’t have a lot of disposable income to spend, I’d say it’s best to avoid this game.
Gallery: An inside look at Adobe MAX 2018
Techday recently had the opportunity to attend Adobe MAX in Los Angeles, here are some of our favourite moments.
Dell launches rugged range of notebooks down under
Dell says the range is built to withstand “temperatures ranging from -29 to 63 degrees Celsius, harsh wet conditions, sand, dust and hard impacts.”
IDC NZ: Telcos finally going digital
The report says New Zealand telecommunications companies are transitioning to become genuine digital services providers.
Review: Blue Mic's Lola and Ella headphones
Blue Microphones is working on branching out into the headphone market. A reviewer checks out two of the companies offerings.
Hands-on review: Huawei Mate20 Pro
Huawei’s answer to the Apple XS, the Mate20 Pro, is nearly in the wild. FutureFive’s Darren Price takes the new smartphone for a spin.
Hands-on review: Expand your Wi-Fi network with D-Link’s Covr-2202
The Covr-2202 Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi System points each have six internal antennas connected to two 866Mbps 5GHz and one 2.4GHz radios.
Armageddon Expo 2018 was all about the video games
Playstation and Nintendo took the floor at Armageddon, as gaming lovers got plenty of chances to try unreleased games and even show off their skills.
Cinamaker announces new panel integration for Adobe Premiere Pro
"Cinamaker’s mobile-native technology for video production and live streaming is an exciting solution for our video customers."
Haiwaiki cable accelerates NZ/US collaboration
The REANNZ Hawaiki cable capacity has successfully transferred 37 million files across the Pacific Ocean, revealing massive potential.
Apple Pay “brandjacked” in new phishing attack
Cybercriminals are mimicking well-known companies, “brandjacking” them in a bid to infect computer systems and to steal sensitive data.
Hands-on review: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is all out multiplayer madness
When Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 announced earlier this year, there was some controversy because Activision announced that the game will ship without a traditional single player campaign.
Xiaomi sets NZ market firmly in its sights
Mi smartphones are hitting Kiwi shores as sales grew by 88% last year - in contrast to the global market decline of 3% facing its competitors.
Facebook, Sticks 'n' Stones take online safety to NZ schools
According to Sticks ‘n’ Stones founder Karla Sanders, everyone should have the right to be their real selves.
Crucial launches P1 NVMe Solid State Drive
The SSD uses a PCIe port to provide a faster and more reliable read/write.
Why would a business owner want to learn coding?
“I wanted to take charge of my own destiny and create the sites myself."
Huawei Mate 20 series primed for launch
The long-awaited Huawei Mate 20 series has been unveiled.
The potential impact of AR on the creative industry
Adobe believes AR could shake the foundations of the creative industry.
An inside look at Adobe’s creative AI
Premiere Rush gives you the power to capture, create, and deliver online content no matter where you are.
Adobe unleashes a wave of innovations for CC
"You will be able to open and edit a PSD on an iPad, using the same tools you are familiar with on the desktop."
Air NZ backs the future of electric air taxi in NZ
New Zealand is one step closer to autonomous electric air taxi services, thanks to Air New Zealand and Zephyr Airworks.
Hands–on review: Corsair’s Force MP510 NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD is great bang for your buck
The MP510 promises 3,480MB/sec sequential read speeds, and up to 3,000MB/s sequential write speeds.
New Zealand tops list of most-scammed countries - Microsoft
Around a fifth (21%) of New Zealanders who had encountered tech support scams were fooled into continuing with an interaction.
Hands-on review: Crucial’s BX500 SSD gets the job done
The Crucial BX500 comes in two flavours, 240GB and 480GB, giving users a no-frills boost to their PC at a budget-friendly price.
This app can tell if your Wi-Fi is 'NetStinky'
A researcher at the University of Waikato has created a ‘NetStinky’ way of telling whether your home internet network has been breached.
Back to the basics: Five ways to stay safe online
Phishing attacks or social-engineering attacks are on the rise, where cybercriminals trick people into divulging details and participating in scams.
How Adobe aims to change the game with CC updates
Adobe announced major updates to Creative Cloud applications including Photoshop CC and Adobe XD.
William Shatner opens Rocket Lab's latest NZ base
Rocket Lab says it will be able to build an Electron rocket every week.
Auckland Uni celebrates 40 entrepreneurs under 40
The University of Auckland’s annual 40 Under 40 list recognises some of the most outstanding graduates
Meet ‘BB8’ – the vehicle that recognises your face
This 'BB8’ is nothing to do with the rollabout robot from Star Wars, but may well be one of the first vehicles to include facial recognition as a replacement for your car keys.
Borderlands 2 is coming to PlayStation VR
Borderlands 2 fans have only a few months to wait to experience the game in virtual reality - if you’re up to the challenge of skags jumping to bite your face off.