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No, a computer, tablet or smartphone isn't part of the CHOICE back-to-school essentials list, but instead, good old fashioned things like HB and coloured pencils, pencil sharpeners, ballpoint and coloured pens, glue sticks, exercise books and more, with Officeworks the clear price winner at less than $22.

Published in Home Tech

Retailer Target has admitted to the competition watchdog, the ACCC, that it may have breached Australian Consumer Law by making false or misleading representations in its dealings with customers who purchased faulty Sony PlayStations.

Published in Hardware

Sydney-headquartered cloud management software provider Fluent Commerce has raised $33 million in a Series B funding round, with the funds to be used to drive sales and marketing and continue development of its growing suite of unified omnichannel solutions.

Published in Strategy

Companies involved in 14 major recent data breaches in Australia and the rest of the world — including human resources outfit PageUp People — did not even achieve a passing grade for the way in which they handled post-breach communications, the authors of a new book on breaches say.

Published in Security

The data breach at human resources outfit PageUp People has resulted in the leaking of names, street addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers among others, the company has said in an update on Tuesday.

Published in Security

HR company PageUp People has suffered a huge data breach due to a malware infection and could have leaked details of personnel from a number of companies which are its clients: the Commonwealth Bank. the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Telstra, NAB, Coles, Aldi, Medibank, Australia Post, Target, Reserve Bank of Australia, Officeworks, Kmart, Linfox, AMP, Asahi, Sony, Newcrest, the University of Tasmania and Lindt.

Published in Security

Companies allowing their service providers to access or hold sensitive or confidential data are sitting on a cyber-security “time bomb” unless they take smart action to manage the risk of the providers suffering a data breach, according to an IT governance professional.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:15

Retailers IoT spending splurge

Retailers looking to capitalise on the Internet of Things (IoT) will spend an estimated $2.5 billion on hardware and installation costs over the next five years, according to newly published research.

Published in Internet of Things
Friday, 05 December 2014 10:44

GTA V takedown at Target, Kmart - Big W next?

The R-Rated GTA V has recently been re-released for the next-gen PS4 and Xbox One consoles and has been taken down from shelves at Target and Kmart following a Change.org petition which claims the game is violent against women, but is this the case and will Big W and others fold next? Take Two and the IGEA respond.

Published in Entertainment

Many Australian companies are planning to increase spending on cyber security following recent cyber attacks on international banks and retailers, according to newly published research.

Published in Security

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A pic of what appears to be an odd-looking iPhone with volume, mute and front-facing camera on the wrong side, along with a warped-looking screen and rounder edges'¦ faaaake?

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 24 February 2011 01:05

THQ brings uDraw GameTablet for Wii to Australia

A pressure-sensitive graphics tablet for the Nintendo Wii goes on sale in Australia today, along with the first compatible games. The uDraw GameTablet looks like a fun peripheral.

Published in Entertainment

CONNECTION7 today officially opened for business describing itself as a new breed of business which blends traditional sales practices with new social engagement to drive sales and make connections.

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