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Hands-on review: LaCie Mirror external hard drive
External hard drives are rarely objects of beauty. This isn’t the case with LaCie’s Mirror hard drive.
Report predicts dire impacts from AI
When it comes to the future and technology, people often fall into two camps. Optimists, and pessimists.
Hands-on review: Huawei Watch
There’s a lot to like about the Huawei Watch. It’s one of the best Android wear devices available at the moment.
Hands-on review: Linksys AC2600 Max-Stream MU-Mimo
The AC2600 is a winner for homes with a large collection of Wi-Fi connected widgets.
Hands on: LG LAS750M sound bar
Sound bars offer a solution to lacking audio in many TVs these days, so how does LG's LAS750M sound bar stack up?
Hands on: Samsung Gear S2
Have Samsung has finally cracked the smartwatch market with its new Samsung Gear S2?
OS/2 to ride again
Many techies of a certain age have fond memories of OS/2. Where Windows 3 was a crash prone disaster, OS/2 offered industrial strength stability.
Hands on: Sony Xperia Z5 Compact
If you’re hankering for a highly pocketable phone that isn’t a cut down compromise, will the Z5 Compact measure up?
OneDrive storage slashing raises ire
Microsoft has announced sweeping changes to their OneDrive cloud storage service.
Hands-on review: Asus T300 Transformer Book Chi
While you could invest in a tablet for consuming media and a separate PC to create it, Asus has a solution that gives you the best of both worlds.
Hands-on review: Garmin's Forerunner 25
PCs sales are tanking and smartphone hype is gradually running out of gas, and meanwhile, wearables continue generating a growing amount of excitement
Hands-on review: Huawei P8 Lite
"Now Huawei is back with the even more affordable, but oh so similar P8 Lite. The big question is this: Can lightening strike twice?"
Symantec: Ransomware on the rise
There’s no shortage of security issues. Ransomeware on the rise, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is providing rich pickings for cyber crims.
Hands on review: Norton Security 2015
In the bad old days keeping a PC secure was simple. Nowadays, a huge chunk of our lives exists online, and digital security issues have escalated.
Is that a PC in your pocket (or are you pleased to see me?): Microsoft unveils Continuum
While Android and IOS have staked out a huge chunk of customer mind-share, Continuum for Windows 10-powered phones could be a game changer.
How to shoot great photos with a smartphone
Smartphone cameras have strengths and weaknesses. Knowing these, as well as some basic photography rules, can make a huge difference to phone photos.
Five simple ways to revive drowned gadgets
It’s a gadget owners worst nightmare: Having dropped a bundle of cash buying that shiny new gizmo, you’ve dropped it into the bath, sink or, yes, loo.
Hands-on review: Garmin VIRB XE
The action cam genre has sprung up out of nowhere with compact, rugged but high quality video cameras becoming the must-have gadget.
Hands-on review: Asus UX305
I was pleasantly surprised by Asus’s latest mid-range offering, the Zenbook UX305, which offers a surprisingly solid build and bang per buck value.
Google to launch two new Nexus devices from LG and Huawei
It looks like Google's Nexus smartphone/tablet lineup, which usually feature their latest version of Android is about to get two new additions.
Hands-on review: Android Wear 5.1.1 update finally arrives
Perhaps the most hyped aspect of the update and the latest crop of Android Wear gear is that Wear devices can now use Wi-Fi networks.
Hands-on review: Moto G (2015 edition)
Motorola could score themselves a huge competitive advantage in the NZ market by offering access to Moto Maker to Kiwis.
Cereal virtual reality?
Kellogg's is bringing back a cool cereal box prize that gives smartphone owners their very own taste of virtual reality.
Rickrolled? Spare a thought for Rick
Music is usually a very generational thing. With few exceptions, kids will look blankly at you when you mention a song that was big back in your day.