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We bring you the future, today: Why NetGuide changed its name
Out with the old: NetGuide rebrands to FutureFive, embracing the cutting-edge of tomorrow's tech today.
WiFi coming to select Air New Zealand flights starting now
Air New Zealand introduces WiFi on overseas flights, commencing with a new Boeing 787 service to enhance customer experience.
Even more tips for staying safe online: There's no such thing as too safe!
Post-WannaCry era prompts urgent call for cyber vigilance, with crucial online safety tips revealed. Stay secure, stay updated!.
IAG Insurance attempts to scam own employees - but not in a bad way
The goal is not to scam them into giving back their wages, but to test them on their cyber security awareness.
Forget Bear Grylls: Hacking the Wild shows how to survive using only gadgets
Quitmeyer ventures into some of the most remote and hostile locations in the world, surviving armed with nothing but everyday pieces of technology.
Malicious apps discovered on Google Play - some lurking for more than a year
Check Point, a security software company, has revealed that their researchers discovered another widespread malware campaign on Google Play.
ISPs build backdoors into customer modems, creating security breach
Vodafone and Spark are among the ISPs. Their policy is to use the access for troubleshooting, but it still raises red flags.
Snapchat drones could be coming your way soon
Their latest venture appears to be putting their camera technology atop drones, which could potentially prove to be a game changer.
This handbag charges your phone and protects from prying hands
The handbags feature wireless smart device charging, bio-lock security, Bluetooth proximity alerts, and enough organization to rival a mobile office.
The need for internet security on your devices
As cybercrime costs Kiwis over £257m annually, securing your devices with robust internet security is crucial to thwart hackers.
DJI requires drone users to register their machines before flying
DJI enforces new rule for drone fliers: register or face flight restrictions.
Kiwi code-cracker heads to Oxford to hone her craft
She possesses a rare mind hard-wired to navigate complex algorithms in a way that even the most mathematically savvy out there would find difficult.
Apple takes shots at Google in new ad campaign - smartphone showdown
Apple ignites smartphone rivalry, taunting Google with cash incentives to entice Android users to switch to iPhone in a bold ad blitz.
Elon Musk: Tesla's market cap higher than they deserve
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that the company's market cap is higher than it deserves and that starting a car company is the worst way to earn money.
Hackers run circles around Samsung's iris scanner security
Chaos at Samsung: Hackers bypass S8 iris scan with picture and contact lens, exposing security flaws in high-tech system.
WiFi can create holograms of objects, even through walls
German researchers have developed a method using Wi-Fi signals to capture 3D hologram images of objects through walls and obstacles.
Real life Robocop patrols the streets of Dubai
Criminals in Dubai, you are officially on notice: The world’s first ‘robocop’ is set to begin roaming the streets of Dubai.
3 Facts About Naked Broadband You've Probably Been Wondering About
Here are a few facts about naked broadband you may have either pondered on in the past or forgot to ask about in the first place.
Facebook deems a number of threatening statements 'acceptable'
Leaked guidelines for Facebook moderators show how they monitor violence, hate speech, revenge porn and more on the social media platform.
Google provides internet to disaster-struck Peru
Google's Project Loon initiative has provided basic internet access to flood-hit regions of Peru over the past two months.
The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum, the gaming keyboard you've always dreamed of
The K95 Platinum sets a whole new bar for mechanical gaming keyboards. In terms of responsiveness, customisation and overall build, it's a winner.
NYC hopes to help homeless with an app - is it enough?
With more than 62,000 homeless living in New York City, demand for shelter in the city has increased by 79 percent in the last decade.
Asus - The most recognisable and popular gaming brand
13 International Media have awarded ASUS as ‘No. 1 Gaming Brand’ from 12 different countries in Asia Pacific alone.
New Corsair gaming chairs built for speed AND comfort
Corsair launches first-ever gaming chair, the T1 Race, designed for comfort and durability. Available in five different colors.