Archive for February, 2014

Brix Pro’s grunt in a cool package

FOR sheer power, this tidy unit leaves other PCs dead in the water. View the original post

As seen on TV

BETTER quality streaming is having a big impact on the way we watch our programs. View the original post

Samsung stripped of the gimmicks

THE jury’s still out on whether Samsung’s fingerprint technology will shake Apple to its core. View the original post

Fast internet for emergencies

AUSTRALIAN scientists have unveiled ‘fat data pipelines’ that will let emergency services communicate information and video at lightning speed. View the original post

Cycling GPS records pedalling history

RECENTLY, I’ve been cycling to work to counter my sedentary life spent slaving behind a computer terminal. View the original post

Protection battle turns to phones

THE explosion of employees using smartphones at work is the biggest security threat facing enterprises in Australia this year. View the original post

Apple ban won’t stop virtual currency

APPLE’S apparent policy not to allow transactions in bitcoin saw some users post videos of them hacking apart their iPhones. View the original post

Chromebook 11 a cheap option

CHROMEBOOKS are a cheap alternative to a Windows notebook, but you might not like Google’s operating system. View the original post

Tech sector workforce up 10pc

AUSTRALIA’S information and communications technology workforce increased 10 per cent in 2012. View the original post

Jock shocked by Google block

RADIO host Michael Smith wants the federal government to bring Google to account after it blocked access to his news website. View the original post

Radio host fumes over Google ‘ban’

RADIO host Michael Smith wants tighter scrutiny of Google after it blocked access to his news website, saying it was “a malware distributor”. View the original post

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