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Vertiv: Edge data centres & an alarming future just like the movies

Vertiv: Edge data centres & an alarming future just like the movies Before he took the stage at the event, I had the chance to chat with both him and Tom Anderson, Vertiv’s DCIM Solutions Manager.They detailed Vertiv’s vision, future, the current state of data centre tech and what role they play.

Drone insurance to increase as Kiwis take flight

Drone insurance to increase as Kiwis take flight Earlier this year, Delta Insurance the most comprehensive drone operator’s insurance in New Zealand.The plan was a result of the extremely high value of commercial drone technology, at over $127 billion globally and growing.

Bumble Bee alert for Queenstown-bound Ingram Micro NZ team

Bumble Bee alert for Queenstown-bound Ingram Micro NZ team Team Kate&Trace – aka distributor Ingram Micro’s Kate Hood and Tracey Button – are taking part in the Cure Kids $10 Queenstown challenge, raising money for the Cure Kids charity.Sera Wright, Ingram Micro New Zealand human resources business partner, says the charity is close to the heart of Ingram Micro New Zealand.

Film review: Ghost in the Shell - a cyberpunk look into AI and mind hacking

Film review: Ghost in the Shell - a cyberpunk look into AI and mind hacking After a much anticipated wait, Ghost in the Shell has finally been released in New Zealand cinemas.Like something out of a tech-crazed cyberpunk dystopian world, this year’s adaptation of the manga, film and games gets a Western reboot.

CROW rallies Kiwi students as the NZ Cyber Security Challenge gets closer

CROW rallies Kiwi students as the NZ Cyber Security Challenge gets closer The entire cyber security sector unemployment rate is 0%.“We need to train more Kiwis in cyber security to align with the fast growth and deployment of new technologies.

Malware campaign targets open source developers on GitHub

Malware campaign targets open source developers on GitHub Be on your guard if you’re a developer who uses GitHub – someone could be trying to infect your computer with malware.Reports have emerged that malicious hackers are attempting to infect open source programmers’ computers with a Trojan horse, by launching a targeted malware campaign via email against GitHub developers.

Windows rolls out new update - good news for creatives and gamers

Windows rolls out new update - good news for creatives and gamers There are now also tab previews, which means you can see a visual preview of the page just by hovering your mouse over a tab.The Creators Update brings Microsoft’s Beam game streaming service to both Windows 10 computers and Xbox One.

3D technology helps school fundraising

3D technology helps school fundraising Digital technology students at Wellington’s Samuel Marsden Collegiate recently came up with a creative plan to print plant pots to sell at the Marsden Gala Day.The Year 9 students rose to the challenge to really think outside the box.

Auckland-based Animation llege proves popular in Rotorua

Auckland-based Animation llege proves popular in Rotorua Due to growing demand in the Bay of Plenty, the Auckland-based Animation College has had to extend its campus in Rotorua.Executive Director Adam Berry says the College started off in Rotorua with two staff, but they now have four, with more growth forecast in the future.

Getting hands on at the Samsung S8/S8+ launch event

Getting hands on at the Samsung S8/S8+ launch event Last night Samsung held their unboxing of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ at The Sugar Club in Auckland.After a quick tech briefing, I got a chance to try out the new phones as well as their new gadgets; The Samsung DeX, their new Gear VR and the updated Samsung Gear 360.

Augment your world: Virtual reality summit mes to NZ

Augment your world: Virtual reality summit mes to NZ Virtual reality and augmented reality are blazing a trail in the entertainment and service industries.“When we held the first summit on this topic a year ago, it seemed that AR/VR was about to become big.

Safe harbour provision uld st U.S music industry $1 billion, report says

Safe harbour provision uld st U.S music industry $1 billion, report says The Phoenix Center is a non-profit organisation that studies broad public policy issues, with an emphasis on the law and economics of the digital age.The report discusses the effect of the “safe harbour” provisions on the U.

Air NZ farewells Boeing 767, welmes in sleeker fleet

Air NZ farewells Boeing 767, welmes in sleeker fleet The last ever Boeing 767 flight for Air New Zealand will take place tonight, after more than three decades of the aircraft flying the majority of Air New Zealand’s long-haul flights.The Boeing 767-300ER was first introduced to Air New Zealand in 1985, and served as the usual aricraft for long haul trips with the airline.

Film review - Smurfs: The Lost Village

Film review - Smurfs: The Lost Village The little blobs in blue are back, and they’re actually better than ever in Smurfs: The Lost Village.She couldn't be as grouchy as Grouchy Smurf if she tried.

Destiny 2 ming out this September for PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Destiny 2 ming out this September for PC, PS4 and Xbox One The recent leaks turned out to be true as Destiny 2 will indeed be out later this year for the PS4, Xbox One and even the PC.If you want to see extensive gameplay, you will have to wait until May 18th, 2017 when Bungie will livestream hands-on gameplay.

Emulator scams bait Nintendo Switch fans

Emulator scams bait Nintendo Switch fans Trying to play the latest Zelda without a console could land gamers in massive trouble as a slew of fake Nintendo Switch emulators hit the web.These scams have been luring plenty of fans using misleading sites and YouTube videos with footage of the latest Switch games running on pc.

Asus has a new AsusPro B9440 Windows 10 notebook available for delivery

Asus has a new AsusPro B9440 Windows 10 notebook available for delivery The Windows 10 PC ecosystem continues to amaze.It sometimes seems that not a day goes by without a PC being introduced that somehow leverages Windows 10’s functionality and it is often something truly new and different.

Who says PC gaming is expensive? AMD’s RX 570 can handle 1080p for less than $200

Who says PC gaming is expensive? AMD’s RX 570 can handle 1080p for less than $200 While the Asus Strix RX 570 with 4GB of memory which received for review retails at $190, the base MSRP for the basic RX 570 is only $170.On paper, the RX 570 does look strikingly familiar to the RX 470.

Asus VivoPC X is going up for sale, and an Oculus Rift bundle is also incoming

Asus VivoPC X is going up for sale, and an Oculus Rift bundle is also incoming One of its most interesting new products, in fact, is the much more compact VivoPC X system offering solid performance in a small and portable chassis.As a refresher, the VivoPC X is most notable for packing some real power into a tiny frame.

Asus releases its Tinker Board single-board computer in North America

Asus releases its Tinker Board single-board computer in North America Specifically, Asus has been offering its Tinker Board in the U.The Asus Tinker Board is based on a quad-core Rockchip RK3288 system-on-chip (SoC) operating at up to 1.