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Scammers have stolen more than $7.2 million from Australians so far this year by gaining access to home computers, an increase of 184% compared to the same period last year.

Published in Security
Thursday, 05 November 2009 02:17

App Store: 100,000 apps and counting

Apple's App Store now carries more than 100,000 applications for the iPhone and iPod touch, and there have been more than 2 billion downloads.

Australian organisations are invited to respond to an international survey which will identify the trends in software testing and provide what is claimed to be the IT industry's first comprehensive benchmark in this area of software quality.
Published in Security
Want to live in the cloud but don’t quite trust it? SourceForge's open source project of the month for August may be for you! eyeos is a self-hosted cloud operating environment for business, schools and home built in PHP.

Wednesday, 15 July 2009 04:06

New App Store milestone: 1.5 billion downloads

It seems like it was only the other day that Apple announced the one billionth download from the App Store. Now the tally has reached 1.5 billion.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 14:24

NICTA opens door to open source software

Australia’s ICT research centre, NICTA, has thrown open the doors of a new portal where a raft of open source software, developed by its own researchers, is available for download to anyone accessing the site.

Published in Open Source
Apple's App Store turns one this week. The company is celebrating in a small way.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 07 May 2009 04:37

StatPlus:mac LE plugs Excel analysis hole

A free application restores data analysis tools to Excel 2008, using routines drawn from a professional statistics package.

Published in Development
Friday, 24 April 2009 03:43

One billion downloads from Apple's App Store

Apple's App Store has logged its one billionth download in less than ten months. The Store makes it easy for iPhone and iPod touch owners to acquire software.

Tuesday, 14 April 2009 11:55

Google Update goes open source

To save other developers from having to re-invent the wheel, Google has decided to open the source code of Google Update. Well, that's what the company implies.

Monday, 16 March 2009 06:00

Premium App Store coming for iPhone?

A fresh round of rumours is again suggesting that Apple has plans to introduce an upmarket section for the App Store. Such a move would increase the visibility of $US20+ programs.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 12 March 2009 07:45

iTunes 8.1 not just for the new iPod shuffle

iTunes 8.1 delivers speed improvements, security fixes and a couple of minor feature changes along with support for the new iPod shuffle.

Published in Core Dump
Microsoft has announced how it plans to boost software development and sales for Windows Mobile 6.5, and it sounds remarkably like Apple's App Store.

Published in Mobility
Microsoft's having a busy time at Mobile World Congress 2009, showcasing phones from LG and HTC that run Windows Mobile 6.5 and plugging associated software and services.

Published in Market
Thursday, 12 February 2009 04:23

Apple tweaks MobileMe for Outlook

Updated software from Apple provides improved synchronisation between Microsoft Outlook and MobileMe. The change will be particularly welcomed by iPhone users.

Published in Market
Although many Mac users are of the opinion they don’t need anti-virus protection, security companies keep on delivering it, with PC Tools marking two important milestones: version 1.0 of its iAntiVirus software for Mac, after a successful beta process, and a very nice $0 price for home users - although business users are expected to pay.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 14 January 2009 06:11

HP says iPrint from iPhone

A new free application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch simplifies photo printing without involving a computer.

Published in Market
Sunday, 11 January 2009 13:14

Here are your Windows 7 beta 1 activation keys

All weekend as Windows 7 keys were hard to come by, people tried accessing Microsoft’s TechNet site to access their unique activation keys. Originally with a 2.5m download limit, people expected keys to go fast, but with that limit removed, it appears that the TechNet issued keys are generic – and I’ve used one to activate Windows 7 beta 1, so I know it works!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
If you’ve been worried about getting access to the Windows 7 beta 1 download because of all the overwhelming demand and Microsoft’s publicized 2.5 million download limit, you can rest easy – the limit has been removed until January 24.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Windows 7 beta 1 can now be downloaded from Microsoft’s official Windows 7 site once more, after having been delayed for at least 24 hours due to “overwhelming demand”.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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