Featured The Channel Many giant electronics manufacturers, computer services companies and conglomerates have tens of billions of dollars in the bank that is instantly available for investment to counter their saturating sales in mature markets. Read More →
NetGuide “By the end of this year our customers will be able to walk into a shop wearing their Google Glasses, see something they like and instantly check their bank balance which will be displayed in their peripheral vision – that’s pretty cool.” Read More →
Featured The Channel “Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair.” Read More →
Featured IT Brief While wearable cameras and smart watches are much talked about, Angela McIntyre, research director at Gartner, believes digital health and fitness will be one of the hottest segments during 2014. Read More →
IT Brief There is a growing appetite of Generation Y employees contravening corporate policies governing use of own devices, personal cloud storage accounts and new technologies such as smart watches, Google Glass and connected cars. Read More →
Educate People will soon be able to walk the streets of Christchurch and see how it was before the earthquake using a wearable augmented reality device developed by the University of Canterbury. Read More →
Sponsored The Channel Yealink Network Technology is revitalising the VoIP space, with the world-leading hosted and SIP trunking provider breaking down the barriers of introducing innovative new solutions to market. Read More →
Sponsored IT Brief Join Atlas Gentech as they present world-leading technology strategies from global information and communications (ICT) solutions provider; Huawei Enterprise, on Wednesday 8 October 2014 at Te Papa Museum, Wellington. Read More →
Sponsored Educate Connected Educator Month (CEM) begins on 1 October and brings a new approach to educators’ professional learning by bringing networking, knowledge, professional development and community together all online, all October. Read More →
Sponsored NetGuide Look, I’m going to be honest with you. Yes, streaming is the next big thing. But here in New Zealand, it’s really not. You know your internet is s*** and the online selection is woeful. Read More →
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NetGuide Smartphones are all about compromise these days. Fitting a hi-res screen, camera and huge battery into increasingly lighter handsets isn’t easy, and usually, something has to give. Read More →
NetGuide The C410 is a fitness tracker first and a watch second. Because of this it not only tells the time, but also tracks almost everything a fitness nut would need to know.
Amongst the many stats tracked are Steps. Calories are measured too as are distances covered. There’s a sleep tracking function, plus heart rate monitoring. Read More →
NetGuide Writing Prompts is one of those obviously-named apps that gives you exactly what the name suggests and nothing more. If you want some help getting started with your creative writing, then the Writing Prompts app might be able to help. Read More →