Gadgets

It's Pebble Time again

New version of smartwatch immediately smashed its funding goal on Kickstarter.

'Smart' movement jumps to it

It was probably just a matter of time before the smart jump ropes arrived.

Apple to pay $705m over patent

US jury finds Apple's iTunes software infringed three patents owned by patent licensing firm Smartflash.

4G will fix NZ phone issues

Consumers should see big benefits when voice calls shift to 4G technology, Vodafone says.

DNA + tech = your face

New technology uses tiny amounts of DNA to computer-generate illustration of a criminal suspect's face.

The virtual drum kit

Are you ready to Whiplash the world's first fully drumless drum set?

Wearables now deliver tomatoes

Juice company has unveiled a wearable tomato machine at the Tokyo Marathon.

Robotic dog wins web sympathy

Testing out Spot's durability results in humans asking "Is it time to start a robotic PETA?".

iPhone VR patent

Patent granted showing Apple's interest in a VR headset powered by a smartphone.

SmartEyeglass not so smart

The future of wearables is not here just yet - at least as far as consumers are concerned.

Modern Family's online episode

Comedy to have an episode where characters only communicate via Apple products.

Your replacement almost ready

Researchers speculate eventually there will be so much code robots could replace even code-writers.

Secondhand phones risky

There are many pitfalls if you buy a secondhand smartphone. Be aware.

Heed the call of used smartphones

There are many pitfalls if you buy a secondhand smartphone.

Another classic gets remade

Google and Mattel have updated the iconic "View-Master" into a virtual reality headset.

Rio in all its 10k glory

Welcome to the world as seen by an incredibly high resolution camera.

Smart meter fears

Commissioner warns that power companies know when you're home.

Samsung TVs 'spying' on users

Technology giant Samsung has warned customers against discussing personal or sensitive information in front of its voice-activated televisions.

Devices expose kids to new risks

Half the calls received by NetSafe about harmful online communications last year came from Kiwis under the age of 16.

Global praise for inventor

Kiwi entrepreneur joins renowned US business incubator to develop revolutionary wearable camera.

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