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Apple’s new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR
Apple introduced the all-new Mac Pro, a redesigned workstation for pros.
Apple says its new iMacs are "pretty freaking powerful"
The company has chosen the tagline “Pretty. Freaking powerful” as the tagline – and it’s not too hard to see why.
Local traditional PC market up 8.8% in 2Q18
Traditional PC shipments have seen an unexpected rise in Oz, boosted by the commercial market.
Time to bin the traditional PC? IDC forecasts ongoing decline
Despite the bleak forecast, IDC assures there are actually several pockets of opportunities and growth like gaming & ultraslim notebooks.
IDC says there’s a silver lining behind ongoing PC decline
Despite the personal computing devices market posting another decline in 2017, IDC says there are a number of positive aspects to take advantage of.
HP winner in better than expected Q3 PC market
The traditional PC market has clocked a better than expected result Q3, with HP logging a ‘notable’ growth thanks to big wins in Asia Pacific.
Trello goes standalone for Windows and Mac
The company says a standalone desktop version of the application was the most requested feature from users.
Traditional PC market declines but fares better than expected
Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs declined in the first quarter of 2017, but surprisingly the figures are more positive than expected.
Hands-on review: Lenovo ThinkCentre M910q
Small and easy to set up, the ThinkCentre is perfect for cluttered spaces.
Cyber IT Solutions takes desktop security from prisons to the enterprise
A local IT company that previously developed cybersecurity solutions for prisons and correctional facilities has expanded to the wider market.
Hands-on review: HP Elite X3 - one device to replace them all
The HP Elite X3 is a truly outstanding productivity tool and a must-have for modern workers that are constantly on the go.
Dropbox unveils five new features for iOS to challenge the desktop
In a bid to make iPhones and iPads more productive, Dropbox are releasing an updated iOS app.
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
Hands-on review: Intel NUC NUC6i7KYK Mini PC - a little powerhouse
We just can't fault this very impressive device from Intel. It's small, very powerful, has heaps of connection options and it looks damn fine.
New release: HP Elite X3 - the one device that's every device
A revolutionary new device from HP for a whole new type of mobile workforce
FileBound Australia partners up with integration solutions vendor
"This partnership with FileBound Australia allows us to deliver our products into the Asia Pacific region leveraging their strong experience."
Fujitsu enterprise PC refresh brings palm vein sensor, reduced footprint
Fujitsu is refreshing its mini desktop and Lifebook notebooks, favouring 'human needs over large and noisy technology requirements'.
Mobile devices help Lenovo outpace market rivals
"The record sales and profits that we delivered last year prove that Lenovo can grow and deliver its commitments, no matter the market conditions."
HP’s All-in-One PC Beats the xmas competition
HP revealed the HP ENVY Recline All-in-One PC series in Auckland yesterday, offering the best, most immersive touch experience available on an All-in-One PC.
HP unveils NZ Xmas consumer portfolio
The weather may be horrendous, but HP's suite of consumer PCs and tablets lit up the room in Auckland yesterday, as the tech giant introduced the world's first notebook PC with integrated Leap Motion technology to New Zealand.
Kiwi Start-Up launches mobile lock-screen advertising
This November, Kiwi tech start-up Little Lot will be the first to release full screen mobile advertising on the lock-screen in the New Zealand market.
Kiwi energy efficiency set to save ICT industry $260m
New energy performance standards for computers, monitors and laptops are set to save New Zealand over $260 million dollars over the next twelve years.
iPrefer the iPhone to socialise online, do you?
Mobile web users are twice as outgoing than desktop users, with the iPhone the most social device of them all.
TSB brings mobile banking app to PC
Customisation options now available in a full-screen setting.