Guest Opinion by Daniel Smith, head of research, Radware. Many of us are currently wrapped up in the SolarWinds and ProxyLogon events. But let's take a moment to highlight the risk that residential routers face from the propagation of IoT botnets and the problems devices present once they are infected.
OPINION: With Facebook now blocking Australian news sites from posting their news stories to Facebook, along with many organisations like the Australian Bureau of Meteorology an unexpected casualty, has Facebook begun a descent into Myspace-like irrelevance?
GUEST OPINION: 2021 has been touted as the ‘Year of 5G’, with mobile telecommunications through the 4G/5G ecosystem to continue providing all important connectivity, applications, and services that will help enable Australia to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Windows Phone 8.1 support has ended, marking the end of an era when it was a definite mobile OS contender to iOS and Android.
Sony has announced it will focus its smartphone efforts on the premium mid-range and flagship arena where it can add unique Sony value. It is part of Sony group’s new strategy for survival and growth.
Eugene Kaspersky is one of the few cyber warriors to still run a company that bears his name. Long gone are pioneers and competitors like Peter Norton, John McAfee et al.
It has been revealed that the new lighter version of Windows 10 — S — that will be given to OEMs to help make lower-cost Windows devices can only run apps from the Windows Store.
In the early 1980s, when I first bought a computer, I owned DOS, later Windows, and then Office. Then the lawyers got involved and now I own a licence to use them – these programs are not mine, I just get to use them under the terms of an End User Licence Agreement.
Devout Apple users are lamenting the lack of innovation and that “je ne sais quoi” thrill they used to feel when a new product was released.
OPINION: A few years ago, the face of personal computing started to change from boring black and beige notebook and desktop PCs and Macs to new form factors. Surface, iPad Pro, hybrid, two-in-one — whatever you want to call them — have become the next great hope of personal computing.
There is too much news today. How do aggregators like Google News, Facebook News and others know it is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? The truth is they can’t.
Reader Scott (his nom de plume) has suggested iTWire was Apple bashing in reporting accurately the China Labour Watch report titled “Apple making big profits, but Chinese workers wages on the slide.”
I saw the evocative Time Magazine cover from March 2011 (it has been widely used with credits) and it got me thinking. We have long known that Google collects information on its search and Android users. It is a longstanding joke that Android is a thinly disguised advertising delivery mechanism – why else would Google give it away? Hope you enjoy this weekend, tin-foil hat read.
There has been lots of commentary about LinkedIn being acquired by Microsoft. Some of it is bizarre and suggests Microsoft will spy on the professionals that use it, while others say that the acquisition will allow LinkedIn to be even more pervasive via Microsoft products. Here is a good weekend read!
Back in early 2012, the New York times said Lucas is ‘giving up the gig of ruining his creations,’ but it seems for Darth Lucas, Star Wars meddling is still his first order.
Daniel Eran Dilger, the spot-on Editorial writer at AppleInsider, has called it: journalists were wrong about Apple in 2013, 2014 was Apple’s year, and 2015 will be Apple’s crunchiest yet.
The opposition, I mean government, Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister for Communications has yet to learn the difference between governing and opposing if his speech at the Techleaders 2014 forum is anything to go by.
NBN Co has released its long awaited Strategic Review. The Coalition’s FTTN model will cost more than we were told and it will take longer to deliver than we were told.
OPINION - The future of Apple, Google, Microsoft and others is taking shape, and it rests not just in your pocket but in every aspect of your digital life.
Microsoft’s decision to acquire Nokia’s Devices & Services business for US$7.2 billion is a sign of the future to come, according to analysts.
I find it strange that things like watching streaming media such as Netflix or listening to music should be classifieded[…]
thanks for this post
There's a lot more in US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers' decision than you have reported here. Apple won all[…]
I'm a retired proofreader with a lot of free time on my hands and would happily work as a moderator[…]
All this ruling does is clarify the situation and confirm the commonsense proposition that what has long been generally unlawful[…]