While all products can outlive their intended lifespan, Windows Server 2003 has set some kind of record – 23.8 million copies still running on 11.9 million physical servers.
Developer communities are complaining that the pace of iOS updates – essentially 8.0, 8.0.1, 8.0.2, 8.1, 8.1.1, 8.1.2, 8.1.3, 8.2, 8.3 on 8 April, 8.4 in Beta testing and 9 by year end – are making it hard for jailbreak coders to keep up.
Virtual private networks (VPNs) allow users to use streaming companies that geo-block Australia - by providing anonymous and local access to their US and other servers.
Using a stylus/pen has been limited to tablets that support Wacom or N-trig digitiser functions – like the Samsung Note or Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Google’s new ‘Handwriting Input’ app turns any recent Android smart device into a scribble pad.
Melbourne Storm Rugby League will bring gamification to Storm members and fans via its new Lightning Rewards – a loyalty program powered by Badgeville’s gamification technology.
The world’s fourth largest smartphone maker has decided that its new flagship – the P8 and Max - should have a great camera – and it does.
US based Bluebox secures mobile corporate data. It says the latest China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) compromise allowed valid certificate authorities (CAs) to be generated allowing attackers to effortlessly intercept so-called secure traffic and personal data, also known as a man in the middle (MITM) attack.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 and its curvy sibling the Edge have refined, and redefined, the Android smartphone experience.
Verizon has released its 2015 DBIR and its conclusion – The year so many high-profile organizations met with the nigh inevitability of “the breach” that “cyber” was front and centre at the boardroom level.
The new Acer Aspire R 14 touch Playbook is a next generation form factor – a contortionist notebook that becomes a tent top, a back flip, a lay flat, and a thickish tablet.
Just when you thought it was hard to improve on a TV set Samsung has lifted the bar with its prestige line-up of 4K SUHD curved TVs.
Symantec has released its Internet Security Threat Report Volume 20 for the 2014 year. Ransomware is up 113%, corporate defences are falling behind as cybercriminals move faster and the weakest link in security is you.
If you are an iFan the answer is no! For all others read on.
The 640 and 640 XL are 4G LTE smartphones with 5” and 5.7” screens at (SRP) A$299 and $399 respectively. They will be in Australian stores and on-line from early May.
Apple’s iOS has around 42% of the mobile smartphone and tablet market combined. According to Nick Savvides of Symantec – iOS vulnerabilities and its market share have criminals salivating – it is the next attack vector.
The PC was a key disruptor. It allowed the internet to be established and become a key disruptor. That allowed another disruptor – email - to almost destroy Australia Post’s letter delivery business and spelt the end of fax machines.
Now you can edit Office files (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) from a browser in your Dropbox storage following a partnership between Dropbox and Microsoft.
If you are heading out to buy an S6 or its curvy Edge sister best to get a wriggle on – demand for Samsung’s flagship handsets may outstrip supply – with expected sales of 55 million units.
In China in Q1, where demand for the iPhone 6 and 6 plus dwarfed all other handsets, new Apple customers were disappointed by their new handsets.
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