The 6502 chip was used in many seminal computers - the Atari 2600, Atari 8-bit family, Apple II family, Nintendo Entertainment System, Commodore 64, Atari Lynx, BBC Micro, Kim-1, AIM-65 and others, and it is still sold today to enthusiasts. It's the chip that is being celebrated this World Computer Day, 2022, and there's a special free virtual event + networking on 10 Feb in the US (7am to 9am 11 Feb AEDT) - full details below!
COMPANY NEWS by George Tsoukas, Gigamon: The internet is the most ambitious communication and data transference technology ever created. But with it advance come several challenges, and as we improve our ability to share large amounts of information between computers, servers and other digital devices, the risk of that data falling into unauthorised hands increases significantly.
Camera retailer digiDirect is expanding into computers, mobile phones, gaming and streaming products, and has made two appointments to support the move.
Apple has worked hard to create its best iMacs and iPad Pros yet, bringing delight and joy to consumers while making competitors wonder just how much their sales will drop in the face of Apple's newest harvest.
Italian financial analyst site Finaria has pointed the finger at the COVID-19 outbreak triggering "the most significant fall in PC shipments since 2013, as pandemic affected supply chains and forced consumers to prioritise their spending".
Australians have been warned to be careful when buying gifts this holiday season as losses to online shopping scams have already increased 42% this year as the country enters the busy Christmas-New Year period.
ASCCA is the Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association, and since 1998 it continues to be Australia's peak body for empowering Australian Seniors through technology, and iTWire is proud to support this amazing event!
Motorola Solutions is offering its WAVE push-to-talk service free to “critical” industries in Australia and New Zealand until the end of June.
Alvy Ray Smith is one of the living legends of our modern age, and his talk at the University of Sydney was a fascinating look at the history of the pixel, graphics, Pixar and plenty more.
Global IT services company Vertiv has appointed Cuthbert Stewart Limited as a distributor of its Liebert Uninterruptible Power Supplies for the New Zealand wholesale electrical, industrial and utilities sectors where a reliable power supply is critical.
Worldwide shipments of PCs grew just 0.1% in the third quarter of 2018 compared to the corresponding quarter last year, to hit the 67.2 million unit mark, according to a new report from global analyst firm Gartner.
Fifty-eight percent of those who consume news in Australia do so on their smartphones, the first time this percentage has overtaken the consumption on computers and tablets, according to the seventh annual Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has taken court action against computers and electronic goods retailer MSY Technology over allegations the company has misrepresented consumers’ rights to remedies for faulty products.
Classified advertising website and community marketplace, Gumtree, is claiming a major milestone, reaching more than three million live listings and three million daily visits for the first time in the site’s history.
Don’t dump your old TVs or other tech gear by the road, or illegally - you can drop them off free nationwide, but many don’t know this or are worried about their data.
Yes, the auto industry is one of those ten trends, with Ovum’s Rob Gallagher sharing that and nine others set to give 2016 a ‘tech-tonic’ shift!
Online discount retailer Kogan has paid out $32,400 in penalties after the competition consumer watchdog, the ACCC, found it had made false or misleading representations in a Fathers’ Day promotion about the price of three computer monitors.
From today until ‘Cyber Monday’ on 30 November, with new deals posted ‘throughout the week’, Newegg promises more than 260 ‘deep discounts’ are now available.
Concern has been expressed that high-ranking public officials, particularly legal professionals, may not possess at least the most basic computer and electronic communication skills, including the know-how to send emails
The Dick Smith electronics retail group has seen solid growth in its online business over the past 12 months, with online sales now comprising 8% of total retail sales across the Australian business.
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