Free Wifi, Evil NBN contractors, Robots and jobs, Adelaide Crows are gaming nerds. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 19/6/2017
A new games console announced, a facebook post could result in the death penalty and Apple employees are selling customer data. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 12/6/2017
In a follow up with my appearance on Nine News Perth today, here are some links that will hopefully give parents some tools to start that conversation with their children about the dangers that can come with social media. Continue reading Cybersafety Resources for Parents
Optus strong arms subscribers into rushed NBN decision, Elon Musk offers solution to SA’s power woes, “Fully Loaded” Kodi boxes could be illegal. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Update 13/3/2017
A look at the iPhone 8 rumours, Foxtel v. Facebook Live Streaming, thousands of printers hacked. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 6/2/2017
A tough lesson on web reviews, developments in Ransomware, Hyperloop “races” find winning design. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 30/1/2017
ATO gets scrambled, 1 billion Yahoo accounts compromised and weaponised tweets could be treated as a Federal Crime. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 19/12/2016
Ransomware delivered by social media, Australia’s cybersecurity could be better, Jim’s Group suffers from security breach. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 28/11/2016
Headaches for Samsung Note continues, Online troll hit with AUD$700K bill and what we can expect in the skies this summer. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 10/10/2016
Let’s address the elephant in the room. Facebook getting into the Telco game? Want to see the code that took man to the moon? Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 11/7/2016
I find people getting into trouble by clicking interesting (but really bad) links. Here’s how to spot the nasty links before clicking on them.
TAKE NOTE! Bad links are even on Facebook and other social networks. Continue reading Video review : Web of Trust
The internet is like one of those radically unpredictable people we all know. Every group has one. (If you don’t know who it is in your group it is probably you.) Continue reading Aldi Australia, meet the internet.