Believe it or not, the Super 15 rugby season is less than a month away! Just when we’re getting into the best part of summer the Super 15 rugby schedule has been finalised.
Now that all of the dates and venues have been confirmed, you can add them into your personal iPhone calendar. Today SANZAR Rugby posted on their website about how you can do it.
It’s very easy, all you have to do is visit the SANZAR site here, follow the prompts, click on the calendars that you want to add and scan the QR code or opt for an email. Once you get the email or scan the QR code you will get a notification that the dates have been added.
Even though it’s still super early to be thinking about rugby, having the dates in your phone is great. You can now be that annoying person who knows exactly who is playing every night, your welcome
Go the Crusaders.…Read More
If you hadn’t noticed already, the New Zealand developed app ‘The Blockheads’ has been flying up towards the top of the app store charts in the last few weeks.
The Blockheads is the latest game from New Zealand developer David Frampton. In the past he has developed the very successful ‘Chopper‘ and BlockHeads is looking like it will also be a huge success. At one point, Chopper was rumoured to be earning Frampton around $4500 a day. The Blockheads has been downloaded over 2 million times……Read More
I confess – I’ve partaken in the odd sexting exchange during my time. I’ve always known enough not to have any identifying features in the pictures, but the fact these images most likely remain to this day on the devices of former correspondents is perhaps not something I fully considered in the heat of the moment.
The developers of Snapchat are adamant their app was not created for sexting however there is wide speculation in the media that this is what young adults use it for. Needless to say when I read about Snapchat and it’s self-destructing messages I thought it was genius. It seems Facebook did too as when they failed to purchase Snapchat, they developed and launched their own version of the app – Poke……Read More
Welcome to the new year! I hope everyone has had or is still having an awesome break. The New Zealand weather has been up to its old tricks, up and down like a yoyo. Anyway, your not here for a weather update are you.
2012 was a pretty solid year for Apple in terms of bringing out new products, the iPad Mini was a bit of a change and as per usual most of the devices got an update. But what will 2013 bring us?…Read More
The photo editing app Instagram has a very strong hold as the most popular photo editing app but in terms of video editing, there is no stand out app. The latest from YouTube could be the one.
‘Capture’ from YouTube came out yesterday and it looks pretty clever.
The app allows you to simply and quickly record, edit your video and upload it to YouTube as well as share it across any of the popular social media outlets…Read More
If there is one thing that is almost as exciting as a new Apple device, it’s a new iPad or iPhone accessory. I have recently discovered something very different and very out of the ordinary. The market for this particular accessory is perhaps a lot smaller than the market of your standard iPhone case seller for example, but it is definitely worth a view.
I have been doing a bit of travel through New Zealand in the last couple of months, which has meant reading a lot of magazines on planes. Lately, my choice of mag has been New Zealand PC World and it was in here that I found the iPad accessory like no other.
Most iPhone and iPad accessories are just standard things that make the life of an Apple fan slightly easier or more enjoyable. This accessory however is completely new and original. Read on to see my new discovery……Read More
All Blacks Dan Carter and Ritchie McCaw feature as construction workers in a recent clip on satire news site The Onion about Apple improving the accuracy of their heavily criticised Maps by rearranging Earth’s geography including renaming streets and moving buildings and natural features to be consistent with the software.
The original image was taken on a visit to Eden Park during Prince William’s visit to New Zealand in January 2010. Prince William has had his face replaced however Dan and Ritchie must have been overlooked or deemed unrecognisable to the rest of the world without their All Blacks jerseys.
Instead of just fixing the app, The Onion’s false news article talks of dismantling the Brooklyn Bridge, moving Baltimore to the middle of the ocean and covering parts of Tokyo in a large green square.
Public transit directions will also no longer be necessary as there will be no public transit in this new world. Check out the clip below.