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Hands-on review: Kwikset Kevo Bluetooth Deadbolt
This is an ideal product and finally delivers on what you'd expect in an electronic lock. Now I want one.
Exclusive: HP and Exeed partner to bring managed print to Kiwi SMBs
HP and Exeed have teamed up to offer managed print services for the Kiwi SMB market in what is a global pilot of the scheme.
Hands-on review: Panasonic RP-BTS30 Wings Bluetooth Earphones
Headphones seem to be a dime-a-dozen these days. It's rare to see an innovative set like these Panasonic Wings that we've recently played with.
HP reinvents OfficeJet and LaserJet printer ranges
HP has taken its new reinvention motto to heart with the announcement of completely redesigned OfficeJet Pro and LaserJet Pro printer ranges.
The new HP changes gear with world’s thinnest laptop introduction
HP has produced a beautiful and sexy laptop, knocking the previous 'thinnest laptop' record out of the park with the all new Spectre.
Transformative business printers launched by the new HP
HP invented the inkjet printer nearly 30 years ago, and have now got a new technology that is sure to shake up the market.
EXCLUSIVE - HP eliminates licence fees for secure printing with new cloud service
A new and free cloud service is available from HP to help businesses both small and large with their secure printing.
New HP technologies to protect printers from exploitation
HP is ramping up security in printing, with the launch of its HP Secure Managed Print Services.
Mobile printing finally comes of age with new HP mobile range
The most recent product range from release from HP spells a monumental change for the printing industry.
Hands-on review: Grandstream GAC2500 Enterprise Conference Phone
Phone and video conferences can be a real pain in the butt. Finally, I've found a solution.
Hands-on review: HP Pavilion X2 Detachable laptop
What HP has done in its most recent laptop is incredibly clever and solves many issues for a consumer in an elegant and compact package.
Apple recalls NZ wall chargers over electric shock risk
Apple has announced a recall of some wall plug adapters used in New Zealand after it was revealed they have a risk of electrical shock.
ITrecycla provides profitable solution for your obsolete technology items
“In the current market and with the advent of the cloud, a mountain of servers and storage are up for recycling.”
Major company on the hunt for new partners throughout NZ
A major company is on the hunt for new partners throughout New Zealand to work with in offering their innovative telco services to their customers.
Hands on review: Epson WorkForce ET- 4550
You might think that all printers are the same. Well the Epson WorkForce ET- 4550 is quite different and it’s part of a new breed of inkjet printer.
Hands-on review: Tile tracking device
If you’re like me you’ve seen online advertisements for this small device called a Tile. Here is a proper review of the device.
Hands-on review: FitBit Charge HR
You’ve undoubtedly heard about the fitness measurement craze that’s underway - FitBit has a brilliant device to help you get through.
Zebra warns a crossroads is approaching for mobile strategies worldwide
The Windows Embedded operating systems that run on more than 15 million mobile devices globally, reach end-of-support within five years.
Hands-on review: Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Microsoft has outdone itself with this device. The kickstand is a simple but killer feature and sets it apart from other tablet devices.
What is OpenFlow and why should you care?
Network switch manufacturers traditionally competed on the speed, features and software running and monitoring their products - change is in the air.
The channel consolidator is looking for new merger prospects
New Zealand Technology Group (NZTG) is on the lookout for companies to join its fold, offering prospective partners scale and backend services.
Hands-on review: QNAP TVS-871T Thunderbolt NAS Drive
We’ve reviewed a number of NAS Drives over the years. This one is really quite different.
Hands-on review: Asus AC3100 RT-AC88U Router & WiFi Access Point for gamers
Well done Asus, this is a superb device and I can see gamers or those watching 4K video getting superior performance right out of the box.
New SDN player sees Kiwi market potential
After significant progress in larger areas, this week Nuage Networks officially launched locally and New Zealand has been identified as a focal point.