Posts From Ray Shaw
One of the world’s most iconic places, the Louvre Museum in Paris was the venue for the launch of the OPPO Find X.
Rotten Apple has been hit with a record A$9 million fine. Why? It told Australian consumers that third-party iPhone/iPad/iAnything repairs would invalidate its warranty.
It is the time of the year when cybercriminals pose as the ATO. They want to cheat you out of hard earned cash. ATO scams
Telstra’s 4GX-lite solution harnesses satellite broadband and a tower to extend 4GX-lite services to blackspots.
Palo Alto Networks, a leading global cybersecurity provider has opened a Cyber Range facility in Sydney.
Western Digital has released the My Passport Wireless SSD – the rugged successor for the My Passport Wireless Pro hard disk.
The humble mouse has been a fixture in the PC gaming space for a very long time. Recent technology advances can give a modern gaming
SBS is offering a range of ways for sports fans to see the FIFA World Cup in Russia from 14 June to 15 July. Fans
Telstra will soon be able to deliver 2Gbps over 4G on selected mobile broadband networks.
DiDI Chuxing is one of the worlds largest ride-sharing platforms. The China-based company will launch DiDi Express in Melbourne on 25 June.
You have until 30 June to create some instant asset Tax write-offs up to $20,000 per items. Yes, we know that you need to have
Apple has announced an upcoming iOS upgrade will close its Lightning port vulnerability. It will block data transfers on its Lighting port when the device
Earlier this year Apple announced Project Kalamata. The endgame appears to be to replace Intel x86 CPUs in Macs with custom-designed, ARM-based silicon. Just like
Retro is in. What about a keyboard that looks like an old-style typewriter? Enter the KnewKey Rymek – and it looks and feels like it
McAfee Labs Advanced Threat Research team found a vulnerability with Windows 10 and Cortana voice assistant. This opens a new can of worms about the
Cryptomining apps are often the cause of poor battery life and sluggish performance. They can also prematurely kill your phone or PC/Mac.