Archive for December, 2013

Dicker puts IT hype in its box

DICKER Data founder David Dicker’s view is that the more things change, the more things stay the same.

CryptoLocker still a danger

NETWORKING engineers have had limited success disabling devastating malware that encrypts all files on a user’s computer. View the original post

Nokia in Android push: reports

NOKIA is understood to be developing an Android phone as an entry-level device. View the original post

HP’s laptop a great leap forward

HEWLETT-PACKARD is first to market with a laptop with a built-in leap motion controller. View the original post

Pay up or your data dies

DEVASTATING malware that makes users’ computer files unreadable until they pay a hefty ransom has begun infiltrating Australian computers. View the original post

Back-up plan

LOSING your precious computer data can be tragic – but there are safeguards. View the original post

It’s double trouble with Double robot

COLLEAGUES in the office witnessed something strange. An iPad atop a telescopic pole running around the floor seemingly unaided. View the original post

Seeing truly believing

COLLEAGUES in the office last week witnessed something strange. An iPad atop a telescopic pole running around the floor seemingly unaided. View the original post

Take a geek at these beauties

IF you are appealing to Santa’s geek side this Christmas there’s probably never been a better range of tech gifts View the original post

Dynamic pricing emerges as an issue

THE Abbott government is being asked to consider the emerging practice of dynamic pricing in regards to technology consumers. View the original post

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