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Hands-on review: iPhone SE
While many smartphone makers bet big on super-sized phablets, Apple has chosen to go smaller, launching the iPhone SE.
Hands-on review: AirDroid app
Sometimes an app proves to be so insanely useful that you wonder how you coped without it - is this the handiest Android app ever?
Hands-on review: Samsung Gear VR
Samsung are looking to ride the looming VR wave with their ultra-affordable, ultra-cool Gear VR headset.
Product preview: Teclast X10 3G Phablet
It wasn’t so long ago that you’d pay serious money for a cellular/wifi tablet - this one retails at around just $175.
Hands-on review: Rapoo E9090P Wireless Keyboard
Intended for use with the home theatre PC, Rapoo’s E9090P keyboard ticks a lot of boxes - when asked if I wanted to review one, I leapt at the chance.
It's no fairytale - Warner Bros theme park pirated music for six years
In what must be an embarrassing outcome, TorrentFreak are reporting the Warner Bros theme park has been found guilty of pirating music.
So long Flickr and thanks for all the fish!
A corporate group-think can lead to some pretty silly decisions. This time it appears that struggling Internet player, Yahoo, has got it all wrong.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge is a solid evolution. It takes what is good with the S6 Edge and adds useful upgrades to make it a compelling option.
Hands-on review: Samsung Galaxy S7
After much speculation, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is finally here. Pat Pilcher was lucky enough to get his hands on one for a week.
A victory for privacy and Apple?
Amidst the debate and panic around FBI demands that Apple help unlock the iPhone of the San Bernadino shooter, Apple just won a small victory.
Hands-on review: ASUS Transformer Book
ASUS’s Transformer Book is an 11” convertible featuring a flip-hinged screen and solid battery life that offers solid value for money.
Apple vs the Feds: The facts
The Internet was recently ablaze as a Californian Judge ordered that Apple help the FBI unlock a suspected criminals iPhone.
Wellington IoT network goes live
Wellington is first cab off the ranks to go live with a new wireless network aimed at connecting up the Internet of Things.
3News: It should be about the content, not the branding
Is it just me or this obsession with the medium rather than the content an unhealthy thing?
Hands-on review: BenQ Trevolo Bluetooth speaker
Where other makers have opted for simplistic designs, BenQ pushed the boat out when it came to the Trevolo Bluetooth speaker.
Hands-on review: Nexus 6P smartphone
The biggest event on the Android-land calendar happens when Google launches their Nexus smartphones. Meet the new Nexus 6P.
Eyes on review: Star Wars - The Force Awakens
It's hard to believe that it’s been a whopping 38 years since the first Star Wars film screened. The latest one has created a huge amount of hype.
Hands on review: Dog & Bone LockSmart Padlock
Padlocks have hardly changed for centuries, but Dog & Bone decided that it was time for a shake up.
Hands-on review: HP Spectre X2
HP has taken the Surface’s already good design and refined it. The result of this is a great gadget that is a design hit with some minor misses.
Hands-on review: Mongoose PT800 GPS dog tracking collars
That feeling when you realise that your dog has vanished is something all dog owners dread. Fortunately, Mongoose has the solution.
Samsung S7 rumours bubble over
You’d be forgiven for thinking Apple rumours were the only game in town. Recently they've been bubbling over around Samsung's flagship phone.
Philips launches new LED lights
Lighting may only account for around 8% of your electricity bill, but it can still play a part in reducing the amount of electricity you consume.
NZTA strikes a blow to NZ’s tech sector
It has been revealed that Snapper, the kiwi developed contactless payment card used throughout the Wellington region, could end up being replaced.
Hands-on review: Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro iPad Keyboard
It may be wafer thin, but this hasn't translated into any serious keyboard compromises.