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Huawei aims to go green by 2025

Huawei aims to go green by 2025 By signing the KPN Circular Manifesto, Huawei agrees to produce by 2025 hardware that is circular by design and more energy efficient for both KPN and its customers.In addition to the manifesto, KPN has signed an individual agreement with Huawei outlining the focus areas of collaboration between the individual company and KPN.

Kiwi digital health mpany wins international acclaim

Kiwi digital health mpany wins international acclaim The Wellington-based company won the Best Tech Innovation award for Disrupting Mental Illness: Advancing Technologies, Improving Lives at the 30th annual Psych Congress in New Orleans this September.‘BetaMe, Emotional Wellness’ supports people with early to moderate mental illness and is already in use at two Primary Health Organisations across New Zealand.

rtana is ming to Skype, hope you don’t mind her watching

rtana is ming to Skype, hope you don’t mind her watching Their solution is bringing Cortana, Microsoft’s intelligent assistant, into Skype to help you in your everyday conversations.If you’re in a time crunch, Cortana also suggests smart replies, allowing you to respond to any message quickly and easily, without typing a thing.

Kiwi student-built electric vehicles battle it out in Auckland

Kiwi student-built electric vehicles battle it out in Auckland ” Teams of high school students are given a 300-watt electric motor kit and batteries to build their vehicles.Around 60 Auckland students from five different schools will take part in the Auckland regional finals on Saturday, competing in categories including drag race, a street circuit and rolling resistance.

Hands-on review: Gundam Versus lacks ntent and enjoyable gameplay

Hands-on review: Gundam Versus lacks ntent and enjoyable gameplay NetherRealm Studios started this trend by giving us epic cinematic story modes in the Mortal Kombat and Injustice video games.It's weird considering other Bandai Namco video games based on anime include lengthy and enjoyable story modes.

How Kiwis use artificial intelligence in everyday life

How Kiwis use artificial intelligence in everyday life When you hear the words artificial intelligence you might think of robots in sci-fi films taking over the world, but whether we know it or not, many of us are already using artificial intelligence several times a day.Callaghan Innovation’s infographic shows how artificial intelligence is already being used today and what’s coming soon.

Is NBA 2K18 a slam dunk?

Is NBA 2K18 a slam dunk? This year my counterpart, Damian Seeto, and myself swapped reviewing duties when it comes to this year’s basketball games.Traditionally, or at least for the last couple of years I’ve reviewed EA’s NBA Live and Damian has done NBA 2K.

Facebook announces Oculus Go, one of the cheapest VR headsets yet

Facebook announces Oculus Go, one of the cheapest VR headsets yet Without a cable or the need for a mobile phone, standalone headsets represent a totally new phase of VR hardware.Their first standalone product is Oculus Go, the easiest way to jump into VR.

Zuckerberg jumps into the frying pan with ‘insensitive’ VR live-stream

Zuckerberg jumps into the frying pan with ‘insensitive’ VR live-stream Six months ago, The Facebook team launched the Facebook Spaces beta, a first step toward building VR as a social platform.They’re tapping into the Facebook platform to connect people across virtual and non-virtual worlds, so everyone can share VR experiences, no matter what device they’re on.

Samsung strikes a killing blow with new ultra-fast dual pixel sensor

Samsung strikes a killing blow with new ultra-fast dual pixel sensor Samsung ISOCELL image sensors fall into four categories: fast, slim, bright and dual, depending on their key attributes.With Dual Pixel technology, the ISOCELL Fast 2L9 delivers ultra-fast auto-focus at a reduced pixel size from the previous Dual Pixel sensor’s 1.

Oculus VR just got a whole lot better with Rift re 2.0

Oculus VR just got a whole lot better with Rift re 2.0 Whether users dive into VR on a weekly basis or spend time daily developing their own apps, Oculus wants users to be able to take full advantage of their PC.On their blog, Oculus states, “Just as we’re pushing forward with hardware, we’re realising VR’s potential through software.

Vector plans on turning EVs into mobile power sources

Vector plans on turning EVs into mobile power sources Andre Botha, Vector chief networks officer says, “We see the potential for EVs to become mobile energy sources and a key part in making our network smarter and more resilient.” While different electricity retailers are offering night rate specials to avoid congestion in peak hours, Vector is going one step further and implementing a so-called Vehicle-to-Grid technology.

NZVRARA & Blackeye: Providing a staging ground for the VR revolution

NZVRARA & Blackeye: Providing a staging ground for the VR revolution The NZVRARA (The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc.) and Wellington-based Blackeye VR Limited have announced a strategic partnership between the two entities to jointly promote the fast-growing New Zealand VR/AR sector and accelerate adoption of virtual and augmented reality technologies within New Zealand organisations.

Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cy 5 to be playable at Armageddon Expo

Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cy 5 to be playable at Armageddon Expo The Auckland Armageddon Expo is the first time the New Zealand public will be able to play both of these games.The best thing about Assassin's Creed Origins is the fact that it will be playable on the Xbox One X console.

DJI reveals the world’s first super-camera optimised for drones

DJI reveals the world’s first super-camera optimised for drones Available with focal lengths of 16 mm, 24 mm, 35 mm, and 50 mm, each lens has a maximum aperture of F/2.8 and is crafted out of carbon fibre, making them durable and lightweight for high-performance aerial cinematography with the DJI Inspire 2 drone.

The Kindle is back, and it’s basically a submarine now

The Kindle is back, and it’s basically a submarine now Amazon announced its most advanced Kindle ever, the new Kindle Oasis, featuring their largest, highest-resolution Paperwhite display and a thin and light ergonomic design so users can read more comfortably for hours.The Oasis is the first waterproof (IPX8) Kindle allowing users to read in even more places, from the bath to the swimming pool.

Are solar panels a good investment? Auckland uni answers

Are solar panels a good investment? Auckland uni answers Researchers at the University of Auckland are helping Kiwi businesses answer a burning question: Are solar panels an economic option for my building?A new tool from the University will help Auckland businesses and households work out whether it makes financial sense to install solar panels on their roofs.

Robots in diplomacy: Super-robot sits in on UN meeting

Robots in diplomacy: Super-robot sits in on UN meeting A moment that drew big applause during the day-long event came when Sophia, a humanoid robot, had a brief interaction with UN deputy secretary-general Amina J.This is a fascinating time to be alive, this event showcasing the already rising tension between humanity and our creations.

Hands-on review: Dyson Pure Hot+ollink, my sinuses thank you

Hands-on review: Dyson Pure Hot+ollink, my sinuses thank you I can still remember my darling wife coming through to the living room and saying how “nice and warm” it was.According to the graphs, the Dyson is maintaining our living room at a uniform temperature, and the level of irritants appears to be remaining low.

The technological future of buying, owning and managing property

The technological future of buying, owning and managing property But it is crucial to bear in mind that any new technology must meet a real need, rather than just delivering a ‘cool factor’.That’s why it is necessary to look at the problems faced by property investors, owners and managers today.