Technology news from the future
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Electric buses confirmed for Wellington transport fleet
Wellington commuters will be able to travel on electric buses from July next year...
Will NZ's infrastructure crash and burn as we convert to electric vehicles?
EVs are coming to NZ regardless of whether or not we're prepared, but the time has come for companies to start being proactive...
Reggie the Snapchatting dog: Who needs thumbs when you’ve got paws?
With Snap-glasses Reggie is the first ever dog to run his own Snapchat account...
FutureFive rebrand anniversary: $2000 Epic giveaway week!
We have a whole pile of epic prizes including, two smartphones, a Fitbit Charge 2 and a Sprocket wireless mini-printer...
Hands on review: HP Sprocket, the portable instant printer
The HP Sprocket harkens back to the days of Polaroid cameras, giving you the ability to print photos anywhere, at any time.
Exclusive: Kiwi startup Hydroxsys could help clean up NZ’s waterways
"Forward osmosis can essentially create a closed loop of zero discharge for NZ industries."
Tekken 7 eSports tourney will hit NZ TV screens September 11
A $10,000 prize pool and the right to represent New Zealand as an E-Black is at stake...
AI, big data and drones, are these the future of NZ businesses?
New and innovative technology is in strong demand across all industries, including services such healthcare...
NZ Symphony Orchestra uses VR, creating a unique musical experience
NZSO has released a fully immersive VR experience of the 90-member Orchestra performing in Wellington...
Drone film festival coming to A/NZ
Drone Film Festival Australia and New Zealand will screen across 11 major cities in A/NZ...
The 2020 EV conversion, does NZ have the necessary infrastructure?
NZ has been embracing EVs, however, do we have the infrastructure to support this conversion?
AI and you: How to adapt to inevitable shifts in the job market
The market for AI services has a growth rate of 25% per year and AI is beginning to creep into all aspects of our lives, it is time to adapt...
Our UE Wonderboom giveaway winner!
The UE Wonderboom winner, as well as a special announcement from FutureFive...
Acura runs its first augmented reality race
Behind the wheel of a 2018 TLX A-Spec, drivers competed for the fastest overall time, using just an AR visor...
NZ 3D animation students win international creative competition
“Congratulations to all of our students who were recognised for their contribution to the fields of 3D animation and visual effects.”
Pioneer: Mars, the game that promises you can live out your Martian dreams
“We want to provide players with a hardcore survival experience, one based on what an early human colonisation of Mars may actually look like."
Evolve or die: The future of NZ is fundamentally intertwined with technology
“We as a country really need to re-evaluate how we think about technology, cyber security and AI, or risk lagging behind the rest of the world."
Three of the coolest drones on the market right now
There is a drone to suit nearly every person and budget, here are three epic drones you could own right now...
The Leica TL2 camera has an integrated Wi-Fi module for on-the-spot transferring of images
Thanks to the camera’s integrated Wi-Fi module the Leica TL2 can be used to set up a mobile hotspot...
Out with the card, in with the new: Kiwis are looking for new ways to pay for goods and services
65% of Kiwis say they’re willing to try using smart devices to pay for goods and services...
The future is now: Red announces smartphone with a holographic screen
Red announces a smartphone with a holographic screen and VR/AR capabilities.
Exclusive interview: Tyler Dye discusses the future of online gaming communities
Tyler Dye, Emblim CEO is aiming at bringing gaming communities together on one social media platform...
Three real robots making their way into your home
Three advanced robots you'll be able to own soon...
Chorus continues to make progress on countrywide network upgrade
More than 8,000 households, businesses, schools and healthcare facilities now have access to fibre in Levin...