April 6, 2017
As the current United States Administration repeals US broadband privacy rules, US residents are taking a closer look at VPN services with the aim of taking control of their own privacy but dodgy operators are cashing in on the fear. Continue reading Scammers cash in on bogus VPN services
NBNCo backflips on FTTN? Nintendo throws the switch and some password managers have security flaws in Android. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 6/3/2017
So much news! Google routers get reset, Nokia 3310 is coming back, Apple lets you fix your screen, Disney goes big on wireless charging, Huawei launches a phone. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 27/2/2017
No time to get into Halloween with Australia’s largest data leak, game changing cyber security tech and a quick glance at the Apple and Microsoft announcements.
Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 31/10/2016
After around 30 minutes fiddling with the Google Pixel I have a few thoughts I should put down before I forget. Continue reading Google Pixel Phone : First looks
Google to announce things, the Yahoo breach is pretty bad and GoPro unveils new product lineup. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 3/10/2016
Yahoo has recently confirmed that a hack including names, email addresses, telephone numbers and encrypted passwords has compromised at least half a billion users of Yahoo services. Continue reading Confirmed : 500 Million Yahoo accounts breached.
I have been implicated as a part of a scam. A fraudulent invoice has been generated in my name and is demanding payment. It is very important to pay attention to this post to avoid falling victim to this increasingly common scam. Continue reading It had to happen one day.
I have just received confirmation that Game of Thrones pirates are actively being hunted through illegal downloading and streaming services. Continue reading Game of Thrones pirates, you are being hunted.
When I first heard about today this I was skeptical and I still am to a certain degree. Continue reading Will the real Satoshi please stand – oh there you are!
Of course there is something about Game of Thrones then a solar plane and the electric Volvo? Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 25/4/2016
It appears that at least in the case of Westpac Bank Australia, unsolicited scam text messages may be sent to mobile phones. They seem to come from the bank but on closer inspection, you can spot the teltale signs that these messages are not legitimate. Continue reading Security Alert : Scam SMS messages. How to spot them.
After watching the latest Apple Event this morning I walked away thinking that there was something missing. Something fundamental had changed. Continue reading Apple Announcement : Post Mortem
Urgent Kindle updates, Sony has a new toy for you to buy and big news websites are hacking your computer. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 21/3/2016
As expected, Sony is not going to let everyone else have a bite at the VR cherry without taking a shot at its own market in 2016 with a hot headset. Continue reading Sony announces its VR product, release and price.
This strain attempts to install ransomware with poisoned ads on New York Times, BBC, AOL and NFL to name a few of the big websites hit around the 16th of March. Continue reading Malvertising infects big news sites
World’s best phones and VR for the people, Android banking apps in the sights of malware and Cryptoviruses get even creepier by talking to you. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 14/3/2016
Ending the month on a high! A new Raspberry Pi, a lifesaving drone in the skies and future of computing in front of your eyes. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 29/2/2016
It comes with Wifi and Bluetooth built in with the same tiny size, still less than AUD$60 and is available now or at least until everyone beats you to it. Continue reading New Raspberry Pi model released!