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Original iPhone to fetch over NZ$78,000 at auction

Alan Martin 04/02/2023

As a rule of thumb, when you buy a bit of consumer tech, its value has already dropped before you even return to your car....

Samsung Galaxy S23 hands-on: It isn’t all about looks

Darragh Murphy 02/02/2023

theBit gets a hands-on first look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus, and they come with a subtle design shake-up that makes...

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra hands-on: More of the same?

Darragh Murphy 02/02/2023

theBit gets a hands-on look at the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, but is it all that different from the S22 Ultra? Let’s find out. The...

Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra first look: Prepare for RTX 4070 power

Darragh Murphy 02/02/2023

theBit checks out the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 lineup, including the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, boasting up to RTX 4070 GPU power. Samsung is a...

iPhone designer Jony Ive has rebuilt the Red Nose

Alan Martin 02/02/2023

Jony Ive – the designer known for the iPhone and Mac’s iconic look, and not to be confused with Short Circuit’s Johnny Five – parted...

Exclusive: James Dyson deliberately ignores trends – here’s why

Darragh Murphy 31/01/2023

“People put up with awful products because there’s nothing better.” Dyson founder Sir James Dyson exclusively reveals why he has no interest in following trends...

Samsung Galaxy S23 specs leak in full

Alan Martin 31/01/2023

If you were to ask a Samsung executive about the Galaxy S23, the official line would be “you must mean the S22, because there’s no...

Coca-Cola could have its own smartphone soon

Alan Martin 26/01/2023

Between ‘free’ apps choc-a-bloc with ads, the Google ads that follow you around the internet and the ‘word from our sponsors’ that punctuate podcasts and...

Garmin is finally getting on the AFib detection trend

Alan Martin 25/01/2023

It’s been five years since Tim Cook boasted that the Apple Watch 4 would be able to detect atrial fibrillation (or AFib to give it...

Big tech kicks off 2023 with… mass redundancies

Alan Martin 24/01/2023

Anybody who thought big tech might be as recession-proof as medicine, education and funeral services has just been proved decidedly wrong, with Google, Microsoft and...