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Buy a printer from Fuji Xerox and get $500 in return

Buy a printer from Fuji Xerox and get $500 in return With the launch of Fuji Xerox’s new Smart Multifunction Printers, it is clear that we have entered a new era of printing.In addition to saving time and resources, you have the assurance of knowing that you have Fuji Xerox innovation and benchmark reliability at your fingertips to get the job done.

2016: What a year it has been

2016: What a year it has been What a year 2016 has been.We covered all of this and more this year on NetGuide.

Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV

Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV The revered JRPG series finally gets its log-awaited fifteenth instalment, Final Fantasy XV.Visually, I found Final Fantasy XV not quite up to scratch on PS4.

Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range

Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range We took their STM Dux hardshell case for a spin.They have a huge range of Dux cases for iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad, iPad Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Microsoft Surface 3 and the Pro 3.

HP showcases new PC lineup

HP showcases new PC lineup According to a company statement, HP is introducing the new Sprout Pro to better meet the demands of commercial customers.The HP EliteBook x360 is the company’s thinnest business convertible, and combines HP Spectre’s thin and light design, HP EliteBook Folio’s collaboration capabilities and HP Elite enterprise security and durability.

nnected car hacking: Who’s to blame?

nnected car hacking: Who’s to blame? This blog, on connected car hacking, is the first of two posts.Recently, I bought a new car, and the sales guy told me I needed the extended warranty because the computer replacement cost more than any other single component on the car, including the engine.

Internet privacy – can it get any worse?

Internet privacy – can it get any worse? Last year didn’t look so hot when it came to online privacy, with increasingly restricted surveillance laws of governments worldwide, internet blocking and major online hacks dominating headlines.That’s the bold word of NordVPN, who says 2016 was probably the worst year in history when it came to online privacy.

What to expect from cyber attacks in 2017

What to expect from cyber attacks in 2017 As organisations plan to defend their enterprises against ransomware and non-malware attacks, here’s what to expect in 2017.1:  Non-malware attacks will escalate and become more severe Attackers are increasingly utilising non-malware attacks in an effort to remain undetected on organisations’ endpoints.

Skype while driving: Volvo to integrate Skype into semi-autonomous vehicles

Skype while driving: Volvo to integrate Skype into semi-autonomous vehicles “Volvo’s vision is to produce a seamless transition from the office to the car allowing us to spend less time behind a desk,” says Duggan.“As autonomous driving technology develops, reducing the need for drivers to have their full attention on the road, new concepts are being developed which will allow them to better utilise their time while travelling,” he explains.

TomTom unveils new sports app to Kiwis

TomTom unveils new sports app to Kiwis “With our new TomTom Sports app we turn data into insights to do just that.” The TomTom Sports app provides a single place to track up to 12 different activity types ranging from running, cycling and swimming to skiing, trail running and hiking.

Review: Gravity Rush 2 is a glorious looking game on PS4

Review: Gravity Rush 2 is a glorious looking game on PS4 Sony is kicking off 2017 on a high note as the PS4 exclusive Gravity Rush 2 is a fun and unique experience.Thankfully, game designer Keiichiro Toyama released the first Gravity Rush on PS Vita back in 2012 and gave us a flying game that was actually good.

Kiwi mpany launches to help others do the same

Kiwi mpany launches to help others do the same Digitisation has certainly made starting a business a lot easier.Essentially, this new initiative provides customers with all the tools they need to set up a successful website and business, all based on a monthly payment.

NZ First hits out at billion-dollar sport spend with no free TV

NZ First hits out at billion-dollar sport spend with no free TV New Zealand First Sport and Recreation spokesman Clayton Mitchell says Kiwis are paying close to a billion dollars a year to fund sport and recreation, but without any free on-screen broadcasting they’re not getting any payback.“Without taxpayer and ratepayer support, our sports stars wouldn’t fly and we definitely would not have won 18 medals at the Rio Olympics last year,” says Mitchell.

New WhatsApp scam offering free internet without Wi-Fi

New WhatsApp scam offering free internet without Wi-Fi This particular WhatsApp scam promises users a free internet service, without needing to use Wi-Fi.And it’s also selling something pretty amazing… Imagine being able to navigate with your smartphone wherever you are, without mobile data from your carrier or a Wi-Fi network.

Nintendo Switch price and release date nfirmed for Australia and NZ

Nintendo Switch price and release date nfirmed for Australia and NZ Some release date and local pricing has been revealed for the Nintendo Switch for gamers living in Australia and New Zealand.As always, video game products are always more expensive in Australia and New Zealand compared to the USA.

Kiwi IT specialist makes a difference in Africa – opportunities available

Kiwi IT specialist makes a difference in Africa – opportunities available You’ve probably heard about Mercy Ships, a faith-based not-for-profit that delivers free, world-class surgical and healthcare services, capacity-building and sustainable development aid to those without access in the developing world – all from big ships.In August 2016, Jonathan joined his wife Steph (a nurse) for three months aboard the Africa Mercy, in Benin, West Africa.

PB Tech lands Samsung SSDs and Memory deal

PB Tech lands Samsung SSDs and Memory deal The move makes the retailer Samsung’s first official partner for these products in New Zealand.PB Tech says the partnership further cements the relationship between PB Technologies and Samsung Electronics New Zealand.

​Fitbit unveils redesigned personal training app

​Fitbit unveils redesigned personal training app The Fitstar Personal Trainer app features tailored workouts and recommendations based on user’s Fitsart and Fitbit activities.The app features new trainers to choose from, an expanded library of exercises, customisable music, and a refreshed look provide greater inspiration.

Skinny ups its broadband play

Skinny ups its broadband play Telco privider Skinny has made its move into the unlimited broadband world, announcing today its Unlimited plan as the company looks to cash in on Kiwi’ love for uncapped data.According to Skinny, the company is looking to keep broadband options competitive for customers.

Beware! New WhatsApp scam offering “free internet without Wi-Fi”

Beware! New WhatsApp scam offering “free internet without Wi-Fi” This particular WhatsApp scam promises users a free internet service, without needing to use Wi-Fi.Despite being complete nonsense from a technical point of view, the offer may nevertheless appear tempting to those unaware of the realities.