Displaying items by tag: 2016

Competition among US pre-paid mobile service providers has once again heated up in 2018, despite the top five pre-paid telcos in the US making more promotional offers in 2016 than 2017.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Malwarebytes' latest global state of malware report states, “2016 – the year threat reality caught up with the threat hype".

Published in Security

Back during NYE 2015, Telstra made some massive predictions, but on NYE 2016, such predictions are unsurprisingly being surpassed again – but not for text messages.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 13 December 2016 16:14

2016 – the year of big brother

The year 2016 may go down as the year rivalling George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 – the final coffin nail to a person’s right to Internet privacy was hammered in by masses of global legislation.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 14:47

Pearcey Awards recognise Australian innovation

The Peacey National Awards recognise outstanding achievement in Australian ICT. The Pearcey Medal was awarded to Stephen Baxter, and the Pearcey Hall of Fame inducted Baxter, Jim Ellis, and Robin Eckermann, and the Benson Entrepreneur of the Year was Aaron Birkby.

Published in Strategy

If you STILL have a Samsung Galaxy Note7 and have somehow missed the fact that Note7s are dangerous, Australian telcos will kick you off networks from 15 December.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Globally, 35% of people have at least one unprotected device, leaving their home networks vulnerable to ransomware, malicious websites, zero days, phishing attacks and botnets.

Published in Security

In the seventh edition of its ConsumerLab TV & Media Report, Ericsson takes a closer look at the evolving role of TV and media in consumers’ daily lives’ and notes mobile video viewing is up to more than 200 hours a year

Published in Entertainment

There’s but hours to go until the iconic race that stops the nation starts, and here’s where you can watch the spectacle live and free.

Published in Entertainment

Yellowfin is using business intelligence or BI, allowing its data analysts to make the prediction that the Bulldogs will defeat the Sydney Swans in the 2016 AFL grand final.

Published in Business Intelligence
Thursday, 29 September 2016 09:21

T3 Awards – the 'Oscars of Tech'

There are awards, and then there are awards. T3 has become the definitive award judged by its magazine readers and carefully scrutinised by an expert panel.

Published in Home Tech
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:34

Foxtel Anytime content selection October 2016

Foxtel Anytime is fighting back against Netflix, Stan and even its sister service Presto with a selection of top televisual content.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:19

Presto Australia content selection October 2016

As with all SVOD providers, Presto has a stack of exclusives and plenty more content in October 2016 to whether your visual appetite.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:02

Stan October 2016 content selection

All of the SVOD providers are letting us know what they’ve got in store for October 2016, and Stan is no exception.

Published in Entertainment
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 11:52

Netflix Australia October 2016 content selection

Here’s what's on Netflix Australia in the month of October 2016.

Published in Entertainment

The magic of Minecraft has moved to the world of education, and did so in "early access" format in June, but it officially launches on 1 November.

Published in Home Tech

With data breaches up 15%, compromised data records up 31% compared to the previous six months, and with identity and personal data theft accounting for 64% of all data breaches, this is one report you’ll want to read.

Published in Security

Dendy Direct. It’s an Australian-owned film and TV service, and while it's service is similar to buying or renting via iTunes, it is giving Netflix, Presto, Stan, Foxtel and others welcome competition.

Published in Entertainment

ACCAN’s 2016 National Conference, ACCANect: Equipping Consumers to Stay Connected, kicks off this morning with a focus on empowering consumers to get, and stay, connected to the phone and broadband services they need.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The long awaited new iPhone has finally launched with some surprises: a new Mario Bros game, new wireless audio standard, with twin lenses on the 7 Plus and no headphone port as widely predicted, plus tons more.

Published in Mobility
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