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The 30 day MacBook Pro challenge week 1: Can a Windows user beme a Mac nvert?

The 30 day MacBook Pro challenge week 1: Can a Windows user beme a Mac nvert? The 30 day challenge: Windows user takes on Mac - Week one.I’d grown up with the Commodore 64, a chunky laptop running Windows 95, and the Apple Macintoshes.

Sony Mobile unveils the Xperia X mpact, now available in New Zealand

Sony Mobile unveils the Xperia X mpact, now available in New Zealand The smartphone is the ‘compact’ version of the Sony Xperia X, featuring a 4.The Xperia X Compact features ‘triple image sensing technology’ to prevent blurry photos, a 23MP main camera that boots from standby to capture in 0.

Week in review: The biggest stories that went down this week on NetGuide

Week in review: The biggest stories that went down this week on NetGuide It was a busy week for NetGuide team - there were High Court decisions, a telco war, a whole lot of reviews to be done.We thought we'd make it easy for you and pick out our highlights of the week in the land of consumer tech.

This crazy thin phone charger is the size of three stacked credit cards

This crazy thin phone charger is the size of three stacked credit cards Whenever I hear "It's the size of a business card," I'm basically already caught in some company's tractor beam.Take the Kado Wallet, supposedly the world's thinnest charger.

Chorus' year ahead: UFB roll outs and increased customer focus

Chorus' year ahead: UFB roll outs and increased customer focus Operating revenues were $529 million and operating expenses were $194 million.“It’s our intention to bolster the support we offer retailers in migrating customers to our fibre network where it’s available, or to VDSL as a fibre-ready transition step in other areas.

Nokia’s back at it again with the brick phone. And it has snake.

Nokia’s back at it again with the brick phone. And it has snake. Not sure what’s more exciting really – a family of new smartphones or the rebirth of that iconic Nokia phone the world drooled over way back when.Well, the new 3310 will have a 22-hour talk time and boast a month-long standby battery time.

Ovum: What to expect at Mobile World nference 2017

Ovum: What to expect at Mobile World nference 2017 The Mobile World Conference has kicked off in Barcelona, with thouands heading to the world's largest and most highly regarded mobile industry event.As all eyes turn to MWC, analyst firm Ovum has revealed what it thinks consumers can expect to see at the event in its report, MWC 2017: What to expect – Download the full report here.

Spark sres landmark Netflix deal

Spark sres landmark Netflix deal The partnership signals the first time that Netflix has been bundled with broadband in New Zealand.Terms of the partnership will see Spark broadband customers receive a subscription to Netflix’s Standard plan for one year when they sign up to a 24-month Unlimited Data Spark broadband plan.

Mobile World ngress 2017: Samsung unveils new tablets and VR with ntroller

Mobile World ngress 2017: Samsung unveils new tablets and VR with ntroller “The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy Book are stylishly designed tablets with advanced computing technology, both offering a premium mobile experience,” Samsung says.• HDR (High Dynamic Range) Video Content: Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book 12-inch support videos in HDR (10bit colored) for true-to-life colors and vivid digital content.

This $799 ASUS Gaming Laptop Mercifully Doesn't Look Like a Gaming Laptop

This $799 ASUS Gaming Laptop Mercifully Doesn't Look Like a Gaming Laptop If you’re in the market for a new gaming laptop, you’d be hard pressed to find a better value than this ASUS, back on sale for an all-time low $799.This model’s packing a 15.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War release date revealed by Warner Bros.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War release date revealed by Warner Bros. After a big leak earlier this week, Warner Bros.has officially announced the release date for Middle-earth: Shadow of War.

Kiwi mpetition aims to stimulate enomic involvement & innovation in Māori

Kiwi mpetition aims to stimulate enomic involvement & innovation in Māori Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development (ATEED) General Manager Business, Innovation and Skills, Patrick McVeigh, says DIGMYIDEA entries must be exciting, innovative, digital and entrepreneurial.He explains that they can be anything from an app to a web programme, or even a digital extension of a more traditional business.

Google backs away from making its own laptops

Google backs away from making its own laptops One product Google doesn’t plan to continue making is laptops, according to Google’s SVP of hardware Rick Osterloh.If you head to the Google Store right now, the Chromebook Pixel isn’t available, and apparently it never will be again.

Yes, mobile VR is possible without strapping a smartphone to your face

Yes, mobile VR is possible without strapping a smartphone to your face No, I don't like strapping a smartphone to my face to enjoy virtual reality.That's why it's frustrating to see so many VR developers and content companies focusing on mobile VR over stationary, high-end VR systems.

Qualcomm declares Snapdragon processors aren't 'processors' at all

Qualcomm declares Snapdragon processors aren't 'processors' at all Its argument is below: The Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platform takes our offerings beyond a single chip.When Nvidia launched its Tegra 2 smartphones, it attempted to rebrand Tegra products as “super phones” rather than the already-common “smartphone.

The new air travel device restrictions have arrived—here's what you need to know

The new air travel device restrictions have arrived—here's what you need to know But we're gonna unpack it for you.The new rules apply to nine specific airlines, so even if you're a U.

Royal Jordanian Airlines just trolled America's 'laptop ban'

Royal Jordanian Airlines just trolled America's 'laptop ban' What to do on a flight with no laptops?One of the affected airlines has, um, a few ideas.

Emirates offers ingenious workaround to the laptop ban

Emirates offers ingenious workaround to the laptop ban Airlines are getting creative following the new ban on electronic devices on flights into the U.The new service lets passengers use their laptops and tablets until right before they board.