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Hands-on review: Belkin USB-C Mulitmedia Hub
Every new laptop owner needs something to solve their USB-C dilemmas. We look at a possible solution.
Hands-on review: The Belkin DuraTek Plus charging cable will outlast your device
Charging cables have one job – and they’re notorious for being bad at it.
Belkin WeMo Insight smart plugs vulnerable to attack
Cybersecurity firm McAfee is suggesting that the Belkin WeMo Insight smart plug could be vulnerable to malware attacks – and Belkin has taken a very long time to fix the problem.
Belkin ups its wireless charging game with IDT
"By integrating IDT's dual-mode transmitter, we offer a one-size-fits-all solution for consumers needing a top-quality magnetic induction charger."
Hands-on review: Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro iPad Keyboard
It may be wafer thin, but this hasn't translated into any serious keyboard compromises.
Hands-on review: Belkin Home Automation Kit
The Belkin range of WeMo products can transform your rooms into a smart and secure home or workplace, either in-home or remotely.
Hands-on review: Linksys Access Point 1750 Pro
Overall a great product which I could see being very successful in Australian and New Zealand small and medium businesses.
Security vulnerabilities found in Belkin Wi-Fi routers
The CERT Software Engineering Institute has uncovered a series of vulnerabilities in the Belkin N600 DB Wireless Dual Band N+ router.
Hands-on review: Belkin Insight Switch
Belkin have come up with an even smarter and easier way to up your home. The Insight Switch is not only smart, it’s incredibly useful.
No sex, just Wi-Fi please
New research has found wireless internet access is ranked second on the things people can't live without, behind food and ahead of smartphones and sex
Why tech retailers have learnt to say no
10 years ago computer retailers filled their stores with desktop computers, monitors and rows of software. Today they’re almost unrecognisable.
Belkin’s WeMo products hit Bunnings hardware
Belkin's WeMo home automation products will now be sold through more than 160 Bunnings hardware stores nationally.
Belkin launches new products, leveraging new brand strategy
Following their acquisition of Linksys from Cisco and the establishment of WeMo, Belkin is targeting home automation and home and SMB networks.
Review: Belkin ScreenCast AV4
The Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 is a device that will allow you to connect your HDMI components to your HD TV wirelessly.
Review: Belkin YourType Folio+ Keyboard
The Belkin YourType Folio+ Keyboard comes with a folio to fit both the iPad 2 and the New iPad (3rd gen).
Review: Belkin Screen Guard Transparent Protector for iPad
Most people who have tablets or a smartphone will protect their screens by slapping on a screen protector. However, some choose not to, seeing as screens now are often 'scratch resistant'.
Exeed lands Belkin brand
New distribution deal complements existing HP and Samsung notebook and tablet agreements.
InternetNZ - Driven to distraction
With the election looming, lobby group InternetNZ has swung into political mode.
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Connect, Inspire, Retain: Attracting & retaining IT talent
IT workers have never been in higher demand… so why aren’t they happy, and what can we do about it?
Securing staff for the Ultra Fast Broadband project
Arguably the largest technology infrastructure project the country has ever embarked on is presenting the telecommunications industry with huge opportunity plus some real challenges in terms of securing and training staff.
Finding & keeping IT talent
Which skills are in demand in today’s IT workforce? And how has the economic downturn affected the job market? Jo Clegg, director of the IT support and recruitment company Outsource IT, takes stock of the IT job market.
Finding scarce talent
Skills shortages have become a real concern in the IT industries globally as well as in New Zealand. Henrietta Kjaer takes stock of the IT workforce.