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Back in the days, publishers like me used to be able to rely on those graphical moving objects on websites (also known as advertisements or ads for short) to help relieve the cost of running a website. However, as technology moves on, we now have ad blockers readily available for …

Using UberEATS in Auckland

Hungry? Get $10 off your first order on #UberEATS with my code: eats-17atx. Because I was in Auckland City today, I decided to give UberEATS a try for lunch today. UberEATS is a food delivery service which utilises the Uber network to deliver your favourite foods to you, straight from …

New Vehicles in 2017

Most car manufacturers are in that stage of the new year, where they announce and showcase their new lineup of vehicles for the New Zealand market. Here are some of the new vehicles announced for 2017 that we hope to get a taste of when they arrive in New Zealand, …

My Favourite CES 2017 Products

CES is back for another year and this year it’s between the 5-8th of January 2017, taking place in Las Vegas. Reading through articles from people who have gone this year (including overseas publications such as TechnoBuffalo and Engadget) there are a select few that has gotten me interested in …

Tech Holiday Gift Guide (December 2016)

Disclosure: The following blog post contains Amazon affiliate links. It’s December and that means it’s nearing Christmas holidays! It also means retailers discounting products so you can grab great deals on products you’ve always wanted to get during the year. Below are some of my top picks for new gadgets …

My New Micro USB Charging Cables!

  Are your Micro USB cables still strong enough to power your devices while you are using them, and strong enough to resist a couple of tugs from accidents? You may remember I bought an Anker 5-port USB Charger a year ago (it’s still going strong), and now that my Micro …

Android Pay Launches on BNZ

Android Pay launched last week on BNZ and is the first bank to be supported by Android Pay in New Zealand. From now on, BNZ customers with a Flex Debit Visa card will be able to use Android Pay on their NFC-enabled smartphone to pay for items at supported contactless …

Are You Looking For A New Laptop?

It’s that time of year again where many people (including high school graduates going on to uni next year) are looking to upgrade their PC. Many people have also been asking me for recommendations so I have done the hard work to find you the best laptops that you can …

Four Essential Tips for Internet Security

This guest post is written by Caroline Black, an internet security expert and writer for Secure Thoughts. It’s common to have the security of your home on your mind, but have you ever wondered about internet security? Using the internet can unfortunately present a different set of risks, many of which can …

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