From pixels to playgrounds: the urgent need for balance in our children’s digital lives
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.
US holiday online retail surges to USD $222.1 billion amid difficult economy
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.
Kaspersky uncovers FakeSG, Akira and AMOS as latest cyber threats
Kaspersky reveals FakeSG, Akira, and AMOS as latest cross-platform cyber threats, highlighting the need for constant vigilance.
Cisco launches new networking and security products for Asian SMBs
Cisco presents cutting-edge network and security products for Asia-Pacific small and medium businesses, promising simplified management and speedy digitisation.
Unethical activities found prevalent in UK software engineering industry
Unethical practices are pervasive in the UK's software engineering industry, with many workers facing retaliation for reporting misconduct.
Logitech introduces ergonomic Wave Keys for enhanced workspace comfort
Logitech debuts ergonomic Wave Keys keyboards aimed at enhancing workplace wellbeing, with a focus on comfort and accessibility.
Logitech's new keyboards designed to address office comfort
Logitech rolls out Wave Keys, a new line of wireless ergonomic keyboards catering to increasing demands for office comfort.
Hands-on review: AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT
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.
Hands-on review: Dell Intel Evo XPS 15
Dell's new Intel Evo XPS 15 laptop impresses with its huge display and booming 3D audio, according to a review by FutureFive NZ.
The advantages of vehicle-mounted computers for warehouse data solutions
Warehouse workers need the flexibility, mobility, and reliability that vehicle-mounted computers provide, especially in accessing and inputting relevant data.
Acer (ANZ) win executive contract to leverage teachers
With the Department of Education Queensland, Acer Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) will issue over 12,000 computers to Queensland teachers.
Dell UtraSharp 32 6K Monitor now available in Australia
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.
Exclusive: How Pioneer Computers lives up to its name in ANZ
Pioneer Computers specialises in the design, development and manufacture of a range of ICT and IoT equipment and devices.
Hands-on review: Intel NUC11 i7-11700B ‘Beast Canyon’ Mini PC
The Intel NUC11 i7-11700B Mini PC, also known as the 'Beast Canyon', is a powerful gaming device with impressive speed and graphics.
Hands-on review: Intel 13th Generation “Raptor Lake” Core i9-13900K CPU
Intel's new flagship desktop CPU, the Core i9-13900K, offers impressive performance gains in productivity, creative, and gaming applications.
Game review: Saints Row (PC)
The Saints are back in this reboot/prequel, of the over-the-top open-world crime series simply titled Saints Row.
Game review: Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (PC)
Conversion kings Nixxies take Insomniac’s web-swinging PlayStation 5 game, Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, and polish it up for PC.
Game review: Rollerdrome (PC)
The game’s visuals take the cel-shaded design style up a notch, looking more like comic book pages than an animated cartoon.
Hands-on review: SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini Keyboard
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.
Logitech G’s new Aurora collection looks to help change gaming stereotypes
Logitech G launches gender-inclusive gaming products to challenge stereotypes and cater to the needs of women gamers.
Hands-on review: 16GB PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X 3600MHz DDR4
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.
Cyclone selected as NZ MOE software licensing partner
Cyclone Computer Co. Ltd has been selected as the Ministry of Education's software licensing partner, providing Microsoft and non-Microsoft software.
Intel Arc A380 graphics units launched in China, global release imminent
New Intel Arc A380 graphics units are set to bring next-generation technologies to gamers and content creators in the coming months.
Game review: The Quarry (PC)
Supermassive Games channel 1980s teen horror movies with their latest suspense-filled cinematic adventure, The Quarry.