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Why you are your best cyber security
May 20th, 2014

Unfortunately, the most robust security infrastructure in the world can’t change user behaviour. “I don’t see any sign people are better with their passwords,” says Symantec’s US security response director Kevin Haley. “There needs to be a technology solution because people don’t change.”

Quest To Extend Smartphone Stamina
April 6th, 2013

The study’s authors are particularly interested in the electric car market, saying ‘owing to its exceptionally high energy potentiality, the lithium–air battery is a very appealing candidate for fulfilling this role.’ But with a whopping 13,500Wh/kg – up to 10 times the capacity of today’s lithium batteries – imagine what it could do for your handset?


Coming soon to you: the information you need
October 1st, 2013

The next big thing in the digital world won’t be a better way for you to find something. If a confluence of capabilities now on the horizon bears fruit, the next big thing is that information will find you.

Motorola Xoom 2 for business
April 16th, 2012

The other potential stumbling block is that the Xoom 2 is 3G. If you’ve been following the news over the last month you’ll know that there are few true 4G devices in Australia thus far, 4G network signal only exists in a handful of dense population centres, and that Apple is in the middle of a very embarrassing offer to refund customers who feel they’ve been swindled by its advertising of the iPad’s 4G capabilities in Australia (it’s compatible with US 4G networks only), thanks to the ACCC.


Apple Soundtrack
January 3rd, 2004

Of course, the expensive part of producing music is employing a musician, so the lynchpin of Soundtrack (besides being a solid sound editor in the Final Cut Pro tradition) is the disc containing 4000 music clips and sound effects.

Racounteur keeps it short and sweet
January 24th, 2011

King couches the appearance and use of the technology in modern terms, a world away from the usual turn of phrase that sounds like it’s come from some of meta-mid 20th century.






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Prints Charming A little forethought can make your buying choice much easier, writers Drew ...
July 21st, 2008

Power to the Pixels The technology behind LCD computer monitors has been steadily improving in the ...
December 11th, 2007

Quest To Extend Smartphone Stamina While clear screens, faster processors and millions of apps are the selling ...
April 6th, 2013

Teaching computers the meaning of words "People say the damnedest things in the damnedest ways," is how Google ...
November 3rd, 2013

Motorola Xoom 2 for business $720 outright The original Motorola Xoom was another hopeful iPad killer that history ...
April 16th, 2012


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