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World’s smallest computer

Worlds Smallest Computer
Date: August 7, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on World’s smallest computer Share:

Michael Irving June 25th, 2018 The so-called “world’s smallest computer” sitting next to a grain of rice(Credit: University of Michigan) The title of “world’s smallest computer” is a contentious one – and not just because scientists are racing to shrink devices, but because the very definition of a computer [...]

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Managing data growth

Managing Data
Date: August 7, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on Managing data growth Share:

Ben Moore JUNE 18, 2018 Whether electricity, oil, or the internet, data is continually being compared to one of the many life-changing technological advances throughout the last couple of centuries. But the reality is, data is a resource unlike any we have ever seen before. The value of data cannot be understated and as organisations are [...]

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Microsoft launches budget Surface Go

Microsoft launches budget
Date: July 24, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on Microsoft launches budget Surface Go Share:

David Nield July 10th, 2018 The Surface Go is the cheapest, lightest, and smallest Surface tablet yet(Credit: Microsoft) Back in March, Apple launched a new entry-level iPad, and it seems Microsoft took note. The newly unveiled 10-inch Surface Go is Microsoft’s most affordable and most portable Surface yet, giving users a cheaper way [...]

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Hardware maintenance the way it should be

Hardware Maintenence
Date: June 29, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on Hardware maintenance the way it should be Share:

Hardware maintenance the way it should be – fast, reliable, affordable JULIA GABELMAY 21, 2018 In the last year, vendor maintenance prices shot through the roof, with some vendors raising their maintenance prices in excess of 30%. Even then, many vendors will not guarantee they have the parts in the country, let alone in stock. And [...]

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Macs under attack

Macs under attack
Date: June 11, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on Macs under attack Share:

Macs under attack – what you can do to secure your device LEW KAI PING Mac versus PC is a perennial debate with strong advocates and convincing arguments on either side. One of the oft-cited advantages to using Mac devices rather than PCs used to be that Mac devices were immune to viruses. Fast forward to 2018, and the status quo has shifted, [...]

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ASB to step out with Garmin Pay

Garmin Pay
Date: May 24, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on ASB to step out with Garmin Pay Share:

  JACQUES-PIERRE DUMAS MAY 22, 2018 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. ASB general manager payments Matt Bartlett says Garmin Pay is specifically designed for people who’re out [...]

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Uber imagines five-minute food deliveries

Uber
Date: May 22, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on Uber imagines five-minute food deliveries Share:

Uber imagines five-minute food deliveries with hamburger-toting drones Nick Lavars May 18th, 2018 Uber will start by exploring the idea of drone delivery indoors in San Diego(Credit: Uber) Uber has made no secret of its plans for an airborne version of its transport service, and it seems it wants to send its food delivery service along [...]

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How IoT is transforming the retail industry

IoT
Date: May 22, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on How IoT is transforming the retail industry Share:

The retail industry is seeing a rapid transformation, with The Internet of Things (IoT) solutions taking the center stage in the sector. Having plenty of applications, IoT helps increase customer loyalty, boost sales, offer a personalized experience, and improve inventory management. Here we explore some of those use cases. Author Diana Maltseva [...]

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The Toy Robot Teaching Kids to Code Without Screens

Kid Coding
Date: April 20, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on The Toy Robot Teaching Kids to Code Without Screens Share:

Mangobot has been created by tech start-up Little Tinkerer, and can be used to demonstrate basic coding principles to younger children as well as more difficult concepts as they get older. By Aimée McLaughlin April 18, 2018 3:10 pm A new toy called Mangobot has launched that aims to help children develop coding and problem-solving skills. [...]

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NZ Seach Trends and Digital Marketing Tips

Google
Date: April 17, 2018 Comments: Comments Off on NZ Seach Trends and Digital Marketing Tips Share:

Pure SEO has released its 2018 New Zealand Internet Search Trends and Insights report that sheds light on how Kiwis engage with search engines, to inform businesses digital marketing strategies. Pure SEO’s chief executive officer, Richard Conway, says search engine marketing (organic and paid) is a highly specialised discipline that [...]

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