Google Docs – massive phishing attack Some Google Docs users, mainly in the US, have been victims of a massive phishing attack that potentially gave attackers access to their email, address…
Technology is the key to 'justified trust' New tax regulations will require large Australian and global businesses to become more transparent than ever when it comes to tax. Technology will play an…
USB – not all the same, but it is hard to blow up your device There are now four USB charging and data standards — 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1 — and each means different things in terms of power…
Facebook likes children – well, any easy targets Facebook has been targeting Australian children, using algorithms to identify and exploit them through highly targeted advertising.
Don’t rush for Windows 10 Creators Update Users manually downloading the Windows 10 Creators Update may face incompatibility issues. The best advice is to wait for the automatic download.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8+ – tall, slim and talented iTWire has had an S8+ for the past five days under embargo until 19 April. The initial impressions are that it is certainly still the…
SAS – saving analytics’ soul The 2017 SAS Global Forum is over, so it is timely to analyse what the event was about – uncovering actionable insights from data using…
Windows 10 Creators Update (first look) The Windows 10 Creators update has nothing to do with the coders who wrote the operating system, but is a “creative” update that adds things…
Huawei and Canberra Raiders winning partnership Huawei is helping the Canberra Raiders NRL football club to create a team of high-performance players.
Why we need Intel Optane Intel’s epoch-making announcement of the new Optane 3D XPoint (pronounced crosspoint) memory includes its use as a type of SSD that can also be used…

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