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Games with Gold June 2016 revealed plus Rocket League gets cross-play between PC/Xbox One

Games with Gold June 2016 revealed plus Rocket League gets cross-play between PC/Xbox One The Games with Gold June list has been revealed and cross play is available for Rocket League.As always, Microsoft will be offering four free games for Xbox Live Gold members in June.

Hands-on review: HTC Vive

HTC’s Vive is a relative newcomer to the virtual reality scene.It’s only now that we have the computing power in our homes to handle VR devices like HTC’s Vive.

HP channels mobility with new range

The HP Elite x3, HP Elite x2 1012, HP EliteBook Folio and the HP ZBook Studio G3 Workstation have all been designed to help professionals work out of the office and keep them up to date with the latest technology.Grant Hopkins, managing director at HP New Zealand, believes that mobility is about transforming the workplace through specific purpose-built devices and industry-specific solutions that can be tailored to all sectors such as construction, education and healthcare.

The Giant map now available for purchase in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

Activision has announced that The Giant map in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is now available for standalone purchase.The Giant map was previously only available if gamers bought the Season Pass or Special Editions for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.

Samsung launches revolutionary new family of TVs

Essentially, the technology offers the most true-to-life picture quality that money can buy, with incredible brightness, stunning contrast and the most lifelike colours ever offered by Samsung.“Our new SUHD TVs represent our singular focus on innovation that matters most to consumers, by providing the very best picture quality for the home,” says Hyun Suk Kim, President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

Smart tracking tech: prepare for the next 10 years of evolution

Those developments will only get more powerful in the next decade, according to Daniel Lewkovitz,Technology and security expert and founder of Calamity, an Australian company that offers electronic security monitoring.Your smartphone already offers eye tracking to an extent, but Lewkovitz believes that this will be accelerated much further.

Free Wi-Fi mes to Queenstown

Tourists and locals alike are set to benefit in Queenstown, with free Wi-Fi hotspots popping up in the town.Four downtown Queenstown areas ‘turned on’ the new service today.

PlayStation 4 hits 40 million sales with no signs of slowing

High-selling games from the PS4 catalogue include Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which sold 2.7 million units in under a week earlier in May.

PHOTO GALLERY: Launch night of the Samsung 2016 SUHD TV range

Samsung recently announced the New Zealand availability of their incredibly elegant new line-up of SUHD TVs.And what better way to make it known, than with a celebratory night with champagne and canapès.

Sex, drugs and cybercrime - what are we doing about it?

She previously completed PhD research on young people’s use of legal highs in Northern Ireland, and how those teenagers engaged with online drugs forums.What do young people think of this?

Durex survey: when you're on holiday, touch your partner, not your phone

Your phone, your laptop, your tablet and maybe even your Fitbit could be ruining your love life when you're on holiday - that's what a new survey released by Durex last month found.The survey polled 2000 adults and found that while 52% wanted a better love life on holiday, 60% admitted that the reality is much different.

More government investment in Auckland schools

Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye officially opened the school’s new 12-classroom mathematics faculty and refurbished student services centre last week.Along with Minister for Education Hekia Parata, Kaye announced a $153 million investment in Auckland school property as part of Budget 2016.

Adams marks rural broadband mpletion

The first phase of the government’s Rural Broadband Initiative has been completed, with Communications Minister Amy Adams on site in Waipu to celebrate the milestone on Friday.Recent testing shows the 4G service is delivering speeds nine times faster than originally promised, Adams says.

Check Point warns against email scammers posing as utility bills

The Check Point Incident Response Team (CPIRT) has received numerous reports of ransomware being spread via fake utility bills.The Check Point Incident Response Team recommends organisations deploy HTTPS Inspection, Sandboxing in hold and prevent, and application white listing and perform scrubbing on incoming documents.

Windows flaw enhances DNS hijacking

Through use of this new sleight-of-hand, DNS Unlocker can be tricky to defang, as it can continue to act in the shadow of a victim’s computer and do more damage than expected.Typically, a computer user affected by DNS Unlocker will see advertisements with a note at the bottom like “Ads by DNS Unlocker”, and multiple variations of “support scam” pop-ups.

Facebook Messenger gets diverse with new emoji llection

With emojis certainly the language of the future, Facebook has launched a whole new range of them for its Messenger app.According to a Facebook post, the new set of emojis are designed to be more representative of the world, with more skin tones and ‘lots’ of women in ‘great’ roles.

First-person MOBA fun with Battleborn

Gearbox Software, creators of the seminal Borderlands series of first-person shooters brings us a new franchise with Battleborn.The arena battles of verses mode are pretty soulless playing against bots, and I noticed a few opponents getting “caught-up” on scenery.

Careful with your fingers: Hackers can steal everything you type

Careful with your fingers: Hackers can steal everything you type Take Mark Zuckerberg for example, who caused a fuss recently when it was revealed he has a strip of tape over the webcam on his computer.Well now you can add the seemingly trust-worthy keyboard and mouse to that list.

Gamdias Hermes 7 Color Mechanical Keyboard review -

Gamdias Hermes 7 Color Mechanical Keyboard review - For the price this is a very nice mechanical keyboard and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for one with blue switches inside.There are better built keyboards out there, but they cost more money as a result.