Creative Technology's new Outlier Gold earbuds are the first to support the Super X-Fi feature of the SXFI app, according to the company.
Promising "50% less CPU usage", Malwarebytes' new version 4.0 for Windows PCs promises to be "smarter, faster and lighter" than ever before while dealing with modern malware and online threats.
Nine days ago, the Victorian Government announced that it would be providing $200,000 for a program to help Microsoft train more people in the use of its software. It came, ironically, just a day after regional Victorian hospitals were hit by ransomware – something that, by far, only attacks Microsoft's Windows operating system.
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Splashing $m's in taxpayer cash on fighting a losing battle in the (inherently empirically unwinnable) information war on behalf of[…]
Dutton pushed through encryption laws a year ago saying we must have them in place before xmas for security reasons[…]
What an incredibly stupid person Dutton is. This is like trying to hold paper manufacturers responsible for what is printed[…]
Morally bankrupt of Dutton to use the innocent as a prop to justify fascism.