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The first ever global 'cost of a data breach' study reveals that Australia is the cheapest place to practise poor data security for business.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 21 April 2010 00:42

How many governments are blocking Google?

Search giant admits that 25 governments are now censoring Google content

While it comes as no surprise to anyone that China is blocking Google perhaps you might be at least a little bemused to discover that it is not the only government to get the Google blues.

Published in Government Tech Policy
A new study suggests that your average Brit spends just over £3,000 each, every year, on gadgets. But that's not the half of it...
Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 02 March 2010 21:31

Old folk embrace mobile phones

Does your granny feel intimidated and hesitant when using new technology? Is Great Aunt Ethel a texting genius? The results of a new survey might just surprise you young folk.
Published in Mobility
Sunday, 24 January 2010 19:12

Here comes the Johnny Depp RIP malware

Is Johnny Depp dead? No. But that won't stop the malware merchants exploiting the confusion?

Published in Security
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 17:33

Bill Gates buys into Twitter

Want a quiet word in the ear of Bill Gates? Now's your chance

Published in Home Tech
Be careful what you post on Twitter, the terror police have no sense of humour.

Published in Security
Mark Zuckerberg seems to have forgotten the true meaning of privacy. iTWire thought it might be able to help the Facebook founder and CEO remember...

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 00:43

Fight: Facebook vs Google vs Twitter

Which word has had the most impact during the last decade, and not just in the world of technology? Could it possibly be Facebook, Google or Tweet?

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 16 December 2009 17:47

Is Tiger Woods better value than Michael Jackson?

It might be a below par Christmas for Tiger Woods, but web advertisers are celebrating a revenue generating hole in one.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 18:26

Has Facebook killed off the virtual suicide game?

Want to finish off your online identity with a virtual ritual suicide? Looks like you might be out of luck as seppukoo.com falls on the Facebook sword.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 05 December 2009 16:12

Bing dies, nobody notices and fewer care

Did you know that the Microsoft Bing search engine died this week? Don't panic, you are not alone.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 22 November 2009 19:19

Twitter finally gains academic approval

So you think Twitter is just a 140 character waste of time? Maybe you should think again, universities in Australia and the UK have.

Published in Education
If someone spots a potentially costly security hole in your product would you say thanks and fix it, or send in the lawyers? Microsoft opted for the latter, and it was absolutely wrong on this occasion to do so.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 18:37

Just how flawed is Firefox?

Please don't shoot the messenger, but all is not well in Firefox land.

Published in Security
Monday, 09 November 2009 18:35

Who's the Web Daddy? Microsoft beats up on Google

When you think of web giants in terms of market share of eyes on sites, the chances are you think of Google ruling the roost. Well you would be wrong, Microsoft pwns the Web!

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 15:26

1.7 million T-Mobile subscribers hit by outage

It has not been a good month for T-Mobile: first the Sidekick data loss escapade and now a network outage that has left more than a million and a half subscribers without voice and data services.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 17:40

Sun cuts global workforce by 10 percent

Sun Microsystems has announced that 3000 more jobs must go, and blames the bureaucrats in Brussels.

Published in Open Source
Tuesday, 20 October 2009 18:12

OFFICIAL: Windows 7 already shipping in UK

It looks like computer users in the UK are the first to get their hands on Windows 7 after Microsoft confirms it has brought forward shipments to avoid the planned national postal strike.

Published in Development




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