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Domino's new smart tech keeps an eye on pizza quality
The humble pizza can cause rage amongst friends and family if it’s not made right. A piece of pineapple on ‘your’ half of the pizza? Sacrilege!
Samsung SMART signage aims to transform the shopping experience
Samsung introduced a host of next-generation SMART signage solutions poised to bring about the shopping experience of the future.
Pour me a drink “JIM”: The world's first smart decanter
Jim Beam unveiled “JIM,” the first-ever smart decanter...
Exclusive interview: The key to a musk free mancave
I recently had to opportunity to talk to Paul Dawson about Dyson’s air purifier and what benefits it brings to our health...
Check Point & LG plug security vulnerabilities in smart appliances
Check Point researchers recently worked with LG to plug vulnerabilities in a number of home appliances, including robot vacuum cleaners & dishwashers.
Ever wanted Superman-vision? WalabotDIY might deliver
“Walabot introduces a new experience to Australians who want to renovate their house..."
Lynx Technology launches channel program to expand IoT device reach
Lynx Technology has launched a new channel program to help lift its IoT and connected device reach across the globe.
Shots fired: Alexa strikes back in the smart speaker war
Amazon announced an all-new Alexa feature that lets users control music across multiple Amazon Echo devices...
Apple’s answer to the Echo adapts sound direction with 360-degree sensors
The HomePod aims to take the listening experience to a whole new level...
Turn your smart home into a giant battery with Wi-Charge
Wi-Charge enables long-range wireless power for a wide range of products...
Back to basics, how to get started on your smart home journey
It can be a bit overwhelming to get started on your smart home journey, here are three basic products to get you going...
Remote controlled toilets and electronic piggy banks, three ridiculous ‘smart’ appliances
Here are three ridiculous yet practical smart devices...
From mood lighting to a disco rave, Heelight is a smart-bulb that promises it all
Heelight is marketed as the most intelligent light-bulb on Earth as it can ‘hear’ the environment...
Hyundai Mobis creates NFC-based smartkey for vehicles: Encryption & authentication at the core
Encryption and authentication technologies are able to encrypt data between the vehicle and smartphone; as well as accurately identify the requests.
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...
Bitdefender BOX launches in Japan for smarter home device security
Bitdefender BOX is a solution that allows customers to protect their home networks from malware, hackers, ransomware, phishing & other online threats.
Grumpy tech guy: Are smart appliances aimed at dummies?
If opening the fridge door to see what’s in the fridge is too much of a chore then great, you’ve saved yourself 15 seconds.
Intelligent systems revenue to exceed $2.2 trillion by 2020
"The vision of intelligent connected systems is real and far-reaching... A transformation is underway from the cloud to the edge of major systems."
All new 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes to New Zealand
Apple has released an all new 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and says it will be available to order March 24 for a starting price of NZ$1,049.
Kiwi ingenuity strikes again with world's first smart car mount
“People spend a lot of time behind the wheel, but we are still connected, so we wanted to make this as easy and safe as possible."
Sharp rolls out interactive whiteboard built for the classroom
Sharp has announced the release of a new interactive whiteboard for the classroom, just in time for a new school year.
Hands-on review: Neo Smartpen N2
The Neo Smartpen N2 proudly claims to bridge the gap between paper and digital. Artists, writers, scribblers will find this a welcome addition.
Road to 2025: Digital economy to hit $4.8trillion during second digital revolution
A fresh wave of digital transformation is coming, with industries across the board impacted by the ‘Second Digital Revolution’.
Governments are investing more in education technology
There is a direct correlation between investments into education and a country’s prosperity, according to Transparency Market Research.