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Apple TV 4K (2022) review: A solid update that keeps Apple TV at the top

The "new" Apple TV 4K is like most new Apple products recently: evolutionary, not revolutionary.  Which is fine because Apple TV 4K was already the best...

iPhone SE review (2022): Apple’s affordable phone is fine and a bit dull

Allow me to start this iPhone SE review (2022) with a long run up… The most basic aim of the smartphone industry is, like any...

iPad Air 2022 review: The iPad that makes the most sense is now a bit better

The iPad Air 2022 is a minor, rather than major, product update. Most of the components and features that made the 2020 iPad Air so...

MacBook Pro 14-inch review (2021)

The new 14-inch MacBook Pro is a high-end laptop with so much power (thanks to the M1 Pro chip inside) that it's overkill for the...

Apple Watch Series 7 review: Bigger screen + faster charging = the best smartwatch (still)

Apple's trend of evolutionary, not revolutionary, updates continues with the Apple Watch Series 7. It boasts a bigger screen, fast charging, and a very familiar...

CarbconClick moves CO2 “credits” to Blockchain

Two Auckland companies - CENNZnet and CarbonClick - have today announced a new partnership that will see CarbonClick’s carbon credits stored on CENNZnet’s Decentralised Application (dApp) platform. Confused?...

iPad mini review (2021): A lot better, in a lot of ways

The best small-screen tablet is a lot better, in a lot of ways. Here’s my iPad mini (2021) review. After two years without an update,...

Oral B iO9 review: What’s a $750 toothbrush like to use?

Few people are going to find value paying $750 for the Oral-B iO.  Pros QuietEasy to useApp connectivityGood battery Cons ExpensiveThe AI is buggyToothpaste gets everywhere The Oral-B iO9 gets...

Meet Scott Brown – the Kiwi carpenter with 275K subs on YouTube

Scott Brown's face may be familiar to many of you. The Auckland-based carpenter has over 275,000 followers on YouTube, and if you've ever searched the...

Kaseya ransomware attack: 8 things you need to know

This Kaseya ransomware attack is different. Instead of a single company or organisation being the victim of a ransomware attack (think Waikato DHB ransomware attack)...

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