The AWS free tier has been around since 2010 with uncharged offerings around 100 different AWS services. Today AWS announced it is expanding the free tier’s data transfer capacity from 1GB to 100GB for regions and from 50GB to a massive 1TB for Amazon CloudFront.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, six people came together to create an incredible tale of crime and deceit. Now they face their next epic adventure at PAX Aus Online!
Promising "50% less CPU usage", Malwarebytes' new version 4.0 for Windows PCs promises to be "smarter, faster and lighter" than ever before while dealing with modern malware and online threats.
Continuing in its mission to offer the best customer service, Apple has announced a new "Today at Apple" program with a whole new range of free classes on offer.
Tic tac toe with a tango twist, virtual fishing with ocean sounds and a classic maze game are all part of the new app "A Better Visit" from Dementia Australia.
For those running macOS Mojave beta like myself, the announcement of NTFS for Mojave as a free download is very welcome, as is the ability to let Windows read Mac-formatted APFS drives.
Later this week, two new Today at Apple sessions will launch at all Australian Apple stores on how to "make beautiful music" and "take the perfect photo" supported by Florence Welch and Chase Jarvis.
Working on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, and already boasting over 6 million users, Paragon's system software smarts see it releasing Backup & Recovery Free, free of charge.
Girls in the "approx 6-15 years old" age group with an interest in learning to code are invited by Microsoft to attend free coding workshops between 9 and 15 July, but no boys are allowed!
Non-profit organisations and staff at educational institutions can now access Facebook's Workplace Premium edition free of charge to "work better, smarter and faster".
If you're a fan of Kogan Mobile's S and M plans, you can take pleasure in the pain-free upgrading of the Small and Medium plans to higher data limits at no extra for ever better value.
If you have an Apple TV, or an iPhone or iPad with the Apple TV app, then season one of Carpool Karaoke is ready to break into song for thee – freely!
Leeloo was the heroine of The Fifth Element, alongside protagonist Bruce Willis, but if you find yourself antagonised, the personal and safety app Leelou can deliver "incredibly detailed and precise information" to carers and those who need to know.
Australia's top telco, Telstra, is turning out the Christmas cheer, offering free local, national and standard mobile calls from Telstra home phones and 16,000+ payphone across Australia.
Clever countermover Kogan is always outmanoeuvering competitors, with his latest cunning stunt a countenancing face-off that makes Kogan's 16GB-laden and best unlimited mobile plan free, for 30 days - but only for 96 hours.
Netflix and the Sydney Opera House expect demand to attend the free Australia Premier event will exceed available capacity on 27 October.
After a few months of beta testing, Apple’s next-gen iOS 11 has arrived, delivering a new file manager, better multitasking on iPads, a revamped Control Centre, a smarter Siri and much, much more.
Unlike Microsoft which gives free OS updates and takes them away, Apple’s newest Mac OS update, macOS Sierra, is free and ready to download. But a back-up is necessary first!
FreedomPop’s "free mobile service" available in the US and the UK is now availabie in Spain, but there’s a catch.
The Optus mobile music service is now playing, exclusive to prepaid mobile customers who want to stream music on ‘selected apps’ without tapping into their data allowance.
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