Hands-on review: The 10.2" Apple iPad (Seventh Generation)
It's a highly mobile assistant packing a laptop-sized punch.
NVIDIA launches RTX-based AI for live streamers
New line of GoPro gear comes to stores this month
Chorus' new CEO JB Rousselot to start in November
MotoGP’s new mobile game will be powered by blockchain
Turnitin looks to AI to detect student cheaters
Got an old mobile phone lying around? Recycle it for free
The powerful tech helping to uncover the universe's mysteries
“Cosmological simulations like galaxy formation and black hole creation require hundreds of thousands of cores connected to each other to run."
NZ drives global initiative to quell acts of terror
Christchurch Call is making progress, displaying a commitment by tech companies and governments to address acts of terror, according to a statement by InternetNZ.
Could robots learn to recognise human emotions? Study says yes.
"The aim is to create a robot that can react to human emotions in difficult situations and get itself out of trouble without having to be monitored or told what to do."
Google launches four new home products
Google has made a bunch of announcements around the Nest Mini, Pixel Buds, Pixelbook and the Pixel 4 this week – here’s a quick roundup of what you need to know.
Hands-on review: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is sleek and sexy
To quote my favourite Jedi master, while not yet complete is my journey to the Android side, much closer to turning I am. Want one I do.
Kiwis slow to jump on eWallet bandwagon
New data highlights that only 16% of all online purchases made in New Zealand in 2018 were via eWallet, with local adoption rates trailing the global average of 37%. Similarly, only 2% of instore retail payments were made via eWallet compared to 12% globally.
Game review: Petoons Party could have been great, but it isn't
It could have been a fun game for young kids to sit and compete against friends if the controls were better and the mini games were fair.
NZ mobile market in 'good shape', Commerce Commission claims
"Having assessed the state of competition in the mobile market, we haven't identified any particular problems or structural issues that could be hampering competition."
Addams Family Mystery Mansion now available on Android and iOS
It's a ‘darkly humorous’ mobile game, in which players must help Morticia and Gomez to reunite their family and refurnish their home.
Social games company Zynga reveals data breach
Zynga has disclosed a data breach that may have compromised millions of account login details for its popular Words With Friends and Draw Something games.
Aspera Mobile launches the Jazz 2, a dual-SIM, budget smartphone
In an age where the ticket price of mobile phones seems to be ever increasing, such a low-cost alternative definitely has its place.
Sony announces PlayStation 5 'Holiday 2020' release date
“You can even get a sense for a variety of textures when running through fields of grass or plodding through mud,” says Jim Ryan.
Game review: Painting art in Concrete Genie
Your goal at the beginning of the game is very simple because Ash has to literally light up the drab parts of town using his magical paint brush.
Skills Bright Sparks finalists announced
Young Kiwis from all over the country are demonstrating a passion for environmental issues and a passion for keeping the planet safe.
Samsung Galaxy S10 software updated to be more like the Note10
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is stepping up to become more like its cousin the Note 10, with a bunch of new software updates, camera tools and Windows integration.
Aussie drivers doubtful of autonomous vehicle benefits
“Some of the common concerns included possible technology malfunctions, hacking and privacy issues, who was legally liable, problems with mixed traffic environments and losing the enjoyment of driving a car themselves."
Company-X encourages girls to rule NZ's tech industry
There aren’t too many women in STEM fields because there is an unconscious bias against women. This doesn’t just come from men, but other women too.
University of Auckland students launch app for Stress Less Week
University of Auckland students have created a digital treasure hunt for Stress Less Week, designed to engage students in an interactive game and offer a fun outlet prior to exams.
Christchurch firm sells AR tech to US retail marketing giant
Christchurch software development firm Smudge has sold a lucrative slice of its augmented reality (AR) technology to an American firm called InContext Solutions.