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IBM leads Call for Code to use cloud, data, AI, blockchain for natural disaster relief
Posted on 25-May-2018 14:12

The Call for Code Global Initiative is the largest and most ambitious effort to bring startup, academic and enterprise developers together to solve one of the most pressing societal issues of our time: preventing, responding to and recovering from natural disasters....

New FUJIFILM X-T100 aims to do better job than smartphones
Posted on 24-May-2018 20:17

The FUJIFILM X-T100 is a sleek, retro-style, compact mirrorless digital camera that packs a punch and is the perfect companion for those beginning their photographic journey....

Stuff takes 100% ownership of Stuff Fibre
Posted on 24-May-2018 19:41

Stuff Fibre, an unlimited data, fibre-only internet service provider (ISP) start up was launched jointly with Giant Management Limited in 2016, with GML shareholder Sam Morse as CEO....

Exhibition to showcase digital artwork from across the globe
Posted on 23-May-2018 16:44

The exhibition created by global creative technology company Wacom in conjunction with artist management agency Just Another Agency, will feature work from fifty local and internationally renowned artists in what will be a one-of- a-kind event....

Auckland tops list of most vulnerable cities in a zombie apocalypse
Posted on 23-May-2018 12:52

The consumer research commissioned by Xbox Australia, in collaboration with the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety (CDMPS) to model the fictitious spread of disease throughout Australian cities, marks the launch of new videogame State of Decay 2....

ASB first bank in New Zealand to step out with Garmin Pay
Posted on 23-May-2018 00:10

ASB has teamed up with global wearable device company Garmin to give ASB customers on-the-go the ability to make contactless purchases right from their wrist with a compatible Garmin smartwatch....

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international websites problem
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UFB cut my 30Mbps down to 20Mbps, normal?
Created by TeaLeaf, last reply by TeaLeaf on 26-May-2018 11:00 (40 replies)
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Work for dole
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Recovering a cell number after disconnection
Created by JeremyNzl, last reply by JeremyNzl on 23-May-2018 16:55 (14 replies)

Geekzone giveaway: Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 7 Plus
Created by freitasm, last reply by PolicyGuy on 26-May-2018 09:49 (135 replies)
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Draytek DV130 still the recommended VDSL modem?
Created by musicismypill, last reply by Gilco2 on 25-May-2018 18:23 (13 replies)

We fell over. :(
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Cloudflare Routing issue
Created by l43a2, last reply by djtOtago on 24-May-2018 18:58 (12 replies)

Huawei P20 Pro review
Posted on 11-May-2018 11:00

The Huawei P20 Pro is pretty much at the top of the high end Android smartphones. Not only in terms of design, manufacturing quality, technical specs but, once again with incredible photography capabilities....

AKG N60NC Wireless headphones review
Posted on 2-May-2018 09:57

A look at the on-ear wireless headphones with active noise cancellation from AKG....

Edgerouter 4 Review
Posted on 16-Mar-2018 10:22

The Edgerouter 4 is an enterprise grade router with insane performance at a consumer friendly price....

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I thought it's about time to dust off this blog and post about something that's been in the back of my mind for a few years now, clustered redundant scalable storage. A bit of history: Here at Burnside High School where I am a member of the IT Dept we've accumulated over time a bunch of older-b...
Stolen or lost mobile phones are a global problem. With the introduction of GSM phones in the ‘90s, the ability to simply move a SIM card between phones started a crime wave because phones were such an easy target. Once somebody had a stolen phone they could simply use it themselves, or on sel...
Add-free alternative to iHeartradio
Posted by sdavisnz on 2-May-2018 20:26
I listen to quite a bit of radio. my biggest problem is my normal station of choice is broadcast on AM in my area. iHeartradio is the recommended way to listen but i have some serious beef with iheartradio. Lately they have been inserting 30 second audio adds when you start listening to a statio...
Users of hardware running Mikrotik RouterOS are urged to ensure their devices are secured after news of yet another security vulnerability affecting the platform. The vulnerability allows a hacker to access the device remotely using Winbox port 8291 and then download the user database file from the...
From my new series Disruption Playbook comes an interview with the CEO of Zephyr Airworks, Fred Reid. Zephyr Airworks (and parent company Kitty Hawk) are being funded by Google co-founder Larry Page and have been secretly hard at work on Cora – designed as an electric autonomous sky taxi. I ...
Gorilla Technology is looking for an IT Support Engineer who is keen and enthusiastic to join the team. If you both learn technical things very quickly and have strong people skills this could be the role for you. There is much to Gorilla's special sauce (we call it 'The Gorilla Way') that different...
Bogon Filtering using Regex
Posted by BarTender on 24-Jan-2018 13:16
I had to filter the Bogon (RFC1918 + CGNAT (RFC6598) + Loopback (RFC990) + Link Local (RFC3927)) from within a proxy server I was setting up. RFC5735 covers a lot of the non-routeable addresses all in a single RFC with the exception of CGNAT. I used this page as a start and tweaked it to my own requ...

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Moving to Wellington with Google
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Email notification on Android phone
Created by Rickles, last reply by Rickles on 26-May-2018 12:39 (6 replies)

VPNFilter virus
Created by Rickles, last reply by Rickles on 26-May-2018 12:33

How to create file shortcut
Created by Rikkitic, last reply by 1eStar on 26-May-2018 12:23 (1 reply)

heihei kids online Portal
Created by Apsattv, last reply by freitasm on 26-May-2018 12:09 (14 replies)

Anybody recommend somebody who can do battery replacements for a Moto Z in Welly?
Created by lchiu7, last reply by lchiu7 on 26-May-2018 12:00

Anyone else having issues with spam showing up in the Xtra Webmail inbox?
Created by PSlover14, last reply by FineWine on 26-May-2018 11:58 (120 replies)
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PBTech 25th Birthday Sale (26th/27th)
Created by lNomNoml, last reply by shrub on 26-May-2018 11:57 (9 replies)

Advice wanted re Heat Pumps
Created by madcarue, last reply by Jase2985 on 26-May-2018 11:56 (62 replies)
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FREE - Leather Couch. Collection Auckland
Created by GoranZ, last reply by GoranZ on 26-May-2018 11:54 (3 replies)

GDPR... what are you going to do?
Created by LennonNZ, last reply by gnfb on 26-May-2018 11:53 (31 replies)
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EV (electric vehicle) general news
Created by Linuxluver, last reply by GV27 on 26-May-2018 11:46 (1432 replies)
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Nissan LEAF - General
Created by Linuxluver, last reply by afe66 on 26-May-2018 11:43 (2032 replies)
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USB Wifi card for my old Notebook, terrible reception.
Created by TeaLeaf, last reply by freakngeek on 26-May-2018 11:36 (13 replies)

Auto shutdown and Auto startup in Win10 ?
Created by rd400f, last reply by rd400f on 26-May-2018 11:34 (7 replies)

[WTB] Cheap phone < $30 for Spark & Vodafone networks with access to google contacts
Created by Kiwifruta, last reply by Kiwifruta on 26-May-2018 11:17

Orcon NF4V router - no telnet option, and using vanilla firmware
Created by SumBodi, last reply by SumBodi on 26-May-2018 11:11 (1 reply)

[FS] Random assortment of equipment
Created by akshayogra, last reply by akshayogra on 26-May-2018 11:08 (4 replies)

UFB cut my 30Mbps down to 20Mbps, normal?
Created by TeaLeaf, last reply by TeaLeaf on 26-May-2018 11:00 (40 replies)
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Garden Shredders any good?
Created by tdgeek, last reply by tdgeek on 26-May-2018 10:51 (22 replies)
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