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New Zealand now a global leader in smart TV adoption
Posted on 17-Sep-2018 18:11

New Zealand consumers, driven by increasing demand for video streaming services, are now a global leader in the adoption of Smart TVs, according to the latest report from IDC Research....

HP launches advanced metals 3D printing technology for mass production
Posted on 17-Sep-2018 16:32

HP Inc. launched HP Metal Jet, the world’s most advanced 3D printing technology for the high volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts....

More and more governments now benchmark broadband status in their national plans
Posted on 12-Sep-2018 02:00

Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development releases annual country-by-country data on state of broadband access worldwide....

Wacom introduces the Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display
Posted on 10-Sep-2018 17:25

Wacom extends the Cintiq Pro line-up with a new high-performance mid-sized display, built for cutting-edge creative and design applications including augmented and virtual reality....

Spark and Te Aka Māori Dictionary launch a visual Te Reo Māori translation app
Posted on 10-Sep-2018 09:47

Kupu: take a photo, learn a language...

FUJIFILM introduces new mirrorless X-T3
Posted on 8-Sep-2018 17:12

FUJIFILM is taking a leap into fourth generation technology with the announcement of its latest digital camera out to catch the eye of serious videographers....

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New Zealand housing market (particularly Auckland)
Created by quickymart, last reply by tdgeek on 16-Sep-2018 19:34 (264 replies)
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Created by xpd, last reply by Geektastic on 18-Sep-2018 16:52 (14 replies)

The Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone XS, XS Max and XR discussion and owners thread
Created by JEDENZED, last reply by Swemoph on 18-Sep-2018 13:03 (224 replies)
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why there is so much lag within the same company.
Created by RayZhou, last reply by RayZhou on 17-Sep-2018 20:07 (27 replies)
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Death to the trees!!!
Created by Mark, last reply by Bluntj on 18-Sep-2018 15:52 (12 replies)

Signal strength of -104 to -120 dBm on Vodafone at home, will that be enough to receive a text?
Created by Tomahawk66, last reply by Tomahawk66 on 16-Sep-2018 12:51 (24 replies)
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Which brand of 91 octane do you use? Additives put into the fuel by the petrol retailers if any?
Created by amiga500, last reply by Goosey on 15-Sep-2018 18:29 (63 replies)
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Aspirin - prophylaxis (heart etc)
Created by Fred99, last reply by Batman on 18-Sep-2018 17:44 (22 replies)
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OPPO R15 Pro review
Posted on 27-Aug-2018 11:23

With the new R15 Pro model, OPPO continues to focus on photos. This time the company designed its flagship smartphone with a new Sony imaging sensor, the IMX519....

Norton Core review
Posted on 7-Aug-2018 15:57

The Norton Core is the first attempt by Symantec at bringing a new security approach for home networks to the market....

D-Link COVR-C1203 review
Posted on 30-Jul-2018 20:35

Home networks are increasingly growing more complex. Structured cabling is not really something easy to retrofit without pulling existing walls apart. ...

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New Zealand Dialing validation regex
Posted by BarTender on 10-Sep-2018 16:10
Was doing some work with the NZ Dialing plan and needed to write some regex to validate NZ numbers. This is what I ended up with ^0[3469][\d]{7}$|^020[1-6][\d]{6,7}$|^0210[03-7][\d]{5}$|^021[12][\d]{6}$|021[3-9][\d]{5}$|^02[279][\d]{7}$|^028[\d]{6,8}$ Local area codes 03,04,06,09 are all 8 digi...
I've been a fan of Polycom IP phones for many years, but haven't used these for deployments for many years in part due to the price of the hardware in New Zealand compared to other brands of phones. Recently I decided to pull out my IP335 to make some configuration changes and picked up a new VVX410...
Cloud services = bad for business
Posted by nunz on 28-Jul-2018 14:05
Looking back at some old blog posts I find myself revisiting some of the things I said about cloud services being dangerous or potentially bad for business. A few years later I am more convinced of this than ever. Here is why: When I talk about cloud services in this article I am generally looking ...
D-Link OMNA 180 HD CAM and Apple Homekit
Posted by antoniosk on 19-Jul-2018 16:42
Home automation, the integrated house, control at your fingertips. In any modern house, you will find a plethora of ‘things' that can be turned on and off, adjusted, set to a timer or other setting, or even to simulate a pattern. The first and second generation families of these concepts ̵...
Introduction I've been using social media since long before we called it that. As a totally blind kid who pestered his older siblings to read as much of the newspaper to him as they could stand, I'll never forget the sense of empowerment I felt when, as a teenager over 30 years ago, I logged into t...
The previously mentioned Croit CEPH Cluster has been running well for a few weeks now, with a couple of issues found and addressed with help from Croit. Things we've learnt: Storage nodes really need 8GB of RAM. A monitor node can be an old laptop with 100mbp/s NIC as long as the CPU is 64bit...
Akamai IP Reputation Filter
Posted by BarTender on 31-May-2018 11:53
So today I had an interesting issue where I was unable to access a web site from a customers internet connection. It seems that Akamai IP Reputation Filter has for some reason decided that the reputation of this IP address has some random issue that will prevent me from accessing their web site. T...

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The new iPhones can change physics
Created by Batman, last reply by Oblivian on 19-Sep-2018 00:23 (3 replies)

Offline backup of AWS machine
Created by xpd, last reply by amanzi on 19-Sep-2018 00:13 (3 replies)

Reverse proxy for web app docker containers
Created by mdf, last reply by amanzi on 19-Sep-2018 00:07 (16 replies)
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IOS 12 beta impressions
Created by 3puttssuck, last reply by IcI on 18-Sep-2018 23:25 (41 replies)
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Slow performance with IPv6 enabled - Fritz!Box 7490
Created by YummyTech, last reply by YummyTech on 18-Sep-2018 23:22 (21 replies)
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To ebook or not to ebook?
Created by kiwifidget, last reply by IcI on 18-Sep-2018 22:46 (8 replies)

The headphones thread! [Sorry about your wallet]
Created by NZtechfreak, last reply by Geektastic on 18-Sep-2018 22:35 (1239 replies)
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Getting work when you have problems
Created by BoredNerd, last reply by BoredNerd on 18-Sep-2018 22:28 (13 replies)

The Geekzone Fuel Usage Tracking Thread
Created by Coil, last reply by MichaelNZ on 18-Sep-2018 22:00 (86 replies)
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Gas Freeloader hot water died, looking for replacement options
Created by tim360, last reply by tim360 on 18-Sep-2018 21:34 (6 replies)

Working in IT in New Zealand versus the United States.
Created by kingdragonfly, last reply by vulcannz on 18-Sep-2018 21:28 (14 replies)

Galaxy Note 9 Announcement And Owners Thread
Created by DANOFDANGER, last reply by nakedmolerat on 18-Sep-2018 21:24 (477 replies)
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HG659B and Netgear R7000P on Fibre 200
Created by whizzbee, last reply by michaelmurfy on 18-Sep-2018 21:22 (3 replies)

Post about your DIY projects
Created by DarthKermit, last reply by eracode on 18-Sep-2018 21:22 (384 replies)
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FS: Asus Zenwatch 2 Android Wear Watch
Created by wsydgx, last reply by wsydgx on 18-Sep-2018 21:04 (2 replies)

External port access
Created by paragonOfGeek, last reply by MichaelNZ on 18-Sep-2018 20:54 (6 replies)

NZ Broadband testing from Samknows
Created by BarTender, last reply by michaelmurfy on 18-Sep-2018 20:53 (114 replies)
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Sony HT-CT800 soundbar wont connect to Sony TV
Created by dafman, last reply by Radiotron on 18-Sep-2018 20:49 (10 replies)

Mystery of the disappearing pages
Created by Rikkitic, last reply by Rikkitic on 18-Sep-2018 20:49 (4 replies)

Anyone on Inspire's own fibre network?
Created by MichaelNZ, last reply by MichaelNZ on 18-Sep-2018 20:43

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