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Photo gallery: HP New Zealand turns it on for 2017 Partner Awards
A hackers lounge, Mr Robot and a Kabuki drop set the stage for last week’s HP Partner Awards 2017. So what did the 300 guests get up to?
HP New Zealand Partner Awards: And the winners are…
Cyclone, Lexel, Ingram Micro, Noel Leeming and Samoa Stationery were among the winners at the HP New Zealand Partner Awards.
Lenovo buys majority stake in Fujitsu PC business
Lenovo has acquired a controlling stake in Fuitsu’s PC business in a JPY 17.85 billion-plus deal as it seeks to shore up its PC business.
Well, I’ll be dammed… Ingram resellers beaver away on HP promotion
Ingram Micro NZ has been overrun by rodents, with a plethora of cute and cuddly beavers making a temporary home at the distributor this week.
Hands-on review: Forza Motorsport 7 zooms out on Xbox One
Forza Motorsport 7 has been released for Windows 10 PC and Xbox One and it's one of the best looking games you will ever play.
WWE 2K18 is bodyslamming its way onto the PC later this year
2K Games has confirmed that it is releasing WWE 2K18 onto the PC platform. The best news is that it's coming out sooner than you think.
Win 10 detachables, commercial providing relief in ailing market
Windows 10 detachables and the commercial segment are providing some relief in the ailing personal computing device market.
Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles
Cars! Cars! Cars! This game boasts an impressive 180 vehicles curated from the world’s most elite brands.
LoL League of Origin teams and tickets have been announced
Rugby League may have the State of Origin, but League of Legends players have the League of Origin. This is a big tournament with teams from NZ and AU
Gears of War 4 May update adds new maps and more content
The Coalition is set to add more multiplayer maps into Gears of War 4 this May. This is thanks to a new update that is available for all owners.
New Zealand developed game is being nominated for an SXSW Gaming Award
Sky Noon is a video game developed by New Zealand based Lunar Rooster. Amazingly, the game is deservedly getting some international recognition.
IDC: PC outlook remains mildly negative – but there is a silver lining
IDC has released their report that details a slight decline in the personal computing devices market through to 2021 - it's not all bad though.
Review: Halo Wars 2 takes another crack at the RTS genre
Halo Wars 2 is a sequel to the 2009 original as Microsoft tries to take another crack at the RTS genre for console gamers.
New Zealand developed Path of Exile releasing on Xbox One
Path of Exile is made by a Kiwi developer and it was previously a PC exclusive. Now the game will be available to download for Xbox One owners.
The new solution from Intel & Ingram Micro: Introducing I.M. BUILT
Ingram Micro NZ are now offering an exclusive service for resellers based off the Intel NUC PC.
HP’s sleek new line-up to shake up the PC gaming market
HP has outdone themselves with this new range of PCs dedicated to gamers, entering a whole new domain for the tech leader.
NZ League of Legends high school eSports competition is a success
It wasn't too long ago that you couldn't earn money playing video games as a sport. Well the first high school competition happened in NZ.
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.
Table-top war-gaming comes to life with Total War: Warhammer
Darren Price returns to the world of Warhammer, nearly thirty years since playing the now legendary role-playing game with Total War: Warhammer.
The AOC I2781FH – beauty on a budget
Can you remember the big and ugly monitors of old? Those days are well and truly done, with stunning monitors like the AOC 12781FH.
The tablet market hits its peak, detachables emerge in force
Tablet manufacturers, both large and small, are slowly shifting focus toward the detachable tablet market segment.
Opportunities still exist for PC vendors, despite struggling market
"With an oversaturated market and falling average selling prices, PC vendors must focus on optimising profitability to sustain growth."
Hitman’s second episode is huge!
Agent 47’s episodic new-gen outing gets its second chapter- set in the absolutely huge picturesque Italian town of Sapienza.
IDC forecasts 2016 will be a 'down year' for the semiconductor market
"It'll be a couple of years before we realise which game plan succeeds, but even leaders are struggling to keep pace with the cadence of the market."