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Nokia to launch ground-breaking Multi-Access Edge Slicing at MWC 2024
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Nokia is set to revolutionise data transmission with its Multi-Access Edge Slicing technology, to be showcased at the 2024 Mobile World Congress with etisalat by e&.
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From pixels to playgrounds: the urgent need for balance in our children’s digital lives
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As children's lives become increasingly digitalised, health experts highlight the immediate need to balance screen-time with physical activity, combating sedentary habits and potential obesity risks.
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US holiday online retail surges to USD $222.1 billion amid difficult economy
Mon, 8th Jan 2024
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big data
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data analytics
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bi
US consumers fuel a 4.9% YoY boost to holiday online retail sales, hitting USD $222 billion. Growth is driven by big discounts, rising use of Buy Now, Pay Later options and mobile purchases dominating.
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Kaspersky uncovers FakeSG, Akira and AMOS as latest cyber threats
Thu, 21st Dec 2023
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malware
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advanced persistent threat protection
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servers
Kaspersky reveals FakeSG, Akira, and AMOS as latest cross-platform cyber threats, highlighting the need for constant vigilance.
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Cisco launches new networking and security products for Asian SMBs
Wed, 6th Dec 2023
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saas
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firewall
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vpn
Cisco presents cutting-edge network and security products for Asia-Pacific small and medium businesses, promising simplified management and speedy digitisation.
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Unethical activities found prevalent in UK software engineering industry
Tue, 21st Nov 2023
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bt
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worldpay
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university of exeter
Unethical practices are pervasive in the UK's software engineering industry, with many workers facing retaliation for reporting misconduct.
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Logitech introduces ergonomic Wave Keys for enhanced workspace comfort
Tue, 21st Nov 2023
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logitech
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cios
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retail
Logitech debuts ergonomic Wave Keys keyboards aimed at enhancing workplace wellbeing, with a focus on comfort and accessibility.
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Logitech's new keyboards designed to address office comfort
Fri, 13th Oct 2023
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apple
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logitech
Logitech rolls out Wave Keys, a new line of wireless ergonomic keyboards catering to increasing demands for office comfort.
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Hands-on review: AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT
Tue, 19th Sep 2023
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pc hardware
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gaming
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We were sent an AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT reference card to test, which was perfect timing with the release of Bethesda’s AMD-optimised Starfield.
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Hands-on review: Dell Intel Evo XPS 15
Thu, 14th Sep 2023
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tablets & laptops
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mobility
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reviews
Dell's new Intel Evo XPS 15 laptop impresses with its huge display and booming 3D audio, according to a review by FutureFive NZ.
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The advantages of vehicle-mounted computers for warehouse data solutions
Tue, 22nd Aug 2023
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inventory management systems
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data collection
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computers
Warehouse workers need the flexibility, mobility, and reliability that vehicle-mounted computers provide, especially in accessing and inputting relevant data.
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Acer (ANZ) win executive contract to leverage teachers
Thu, 1st Jun 2023
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acer
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computers
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With the Department of Education Queensland, Acer Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) will issue over 12,000 computers to Queensland teachers.
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Dell UtraSharp 32 6K Monitor now available in Australia
Thu, 18th May 2023
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network infrastructure
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monitors
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This follows the Australian availability of the XPS 13 Plus, which launched in April having been refreshed to include the latest Intel 13th Gen processors.
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Exclusive: How Pioneer Computers lives up to its name in ANZ
Wed, 15th Mar 2023
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pc hardware
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iot
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ict
Pioneer Computers specialises in the design, development and manufacture of a range of ICT and IoT equipment and devices.
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Hands-on review: Intel NUC11 i7-11700B ‘Beast Canyon’ Mini PC
Mon, 21st Nov 2022
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gaming
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pc hardware
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The Intel NUC11 i7-11700B Mini PC, also known as the 'Beast Canyon', is a powerful gaming device with impressive speed and graphics.
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Hands-on review: Intel 13th Generation “Raptor Lake” Core i9-13900K CPU
Tue, 25th Oct 2022
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gaming
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endpoint protection
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reviews
Intel's new flagship desktop CPU, the Core i9-13900K, offers impressive performance gains in productivity, creative, and gaming applications.
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Game review: Saints Row (PC)
Thu, 1st Sep 2022
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gaming
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The Saints are back in this reboot/prequel, of the over-the-top open-world crime series simply titled Saints Row.
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Game review: Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (PC)
Tue, 30th Aug 2022
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gaming
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technology gifts
Conversion kings Nixxies take Insomniac’s web-swinging PlayStation 5 game, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, and polish it up for PC.
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Game review: Rollerdrome (PC)
Tue, 23rd Aug 2022
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gaming
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reviews
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technology gifts
The game’s visuals take the cel-shaded design style up a notch, looking more like comic book pages than an animated cartoon.
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Hands-on review: SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Keyboard
Fri, 29th Jul 2022
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gaming
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pc hardware
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cloud services
SteelSeries has taken the design of its range of Apex keyboards to create a smaller version, the Apex Pro Mini. TechDay’s Darren Price checks it out.
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Logitech G’s new Aurora collection looks to help change gaming stereotypes
Fri, 29th Jul 2022
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gaming
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pc hardware
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dei
Logitech G launches gender-inclusive gaming products to challenge stereotypes and cater to the needs of women gamers.
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Hands-on review: 16GB PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X 3600MHz DDR4
Wed, 29th Jun 2022
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gaming
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pc hardware
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reviews
PNY sent over its 16GB XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X 3600MHz CL16 DDR4 module kit for testing. The kit contains two 8GB dual-channel modules with RGB lighting.
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Cyclone selected as NZ MOE software licensing partner
Thu, 23rd Jun 2022
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edutech
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licensing
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schools
Cyclone Computer Co. Ltd has been selected as the Ministry of Education's software licensing partner, providing Microsoft and non-Microsoft software.
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Intel Arc A380 graphics units launched in China, global release imminent
Fri, 17th Jun 2022
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gaming
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creative technologies
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New Intel Arc A380 graphics units are set to bring next-generation technologies to gamers and content creators in the coming months.