It is not going to work and I think the entertainment giant is going after the symptom instead of the cause. Continue reading Village Roadshow vs Aussie Piracy
Google looking to employ Aussie hackers, 3D printed vertebrae helps Indian woman walk again, Robots should pay your taxes : Bill Gates.
Pirate Telephone Company fights back against scammers, Tesltra gets behind 5G trials, Russian hackers crack the pokies. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 13/2/2017
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
Beware those shiny new apps, Samsung tells us why Galaxy Note 7s were blowing up and the data is in: Autonomous cars are better at driving than humans. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 23/1/2017
I am BACK for 2017 and during my break we had a few things happen.
A nasty Gmail phishing exploit, Computer geeks recruited by FBI to dig around customer computers and the madness that is CES2017. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 16/1/2017
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
Sometimes spending AUD$1.26 Billion will not guarantee against massive system failures. Continue reading ATO battles with corrupted data
I saw a lot happen in my own neck of the woods so expect a little local flavour this week. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 12/12/2016
If Apple makes a car will it have windows? Netflix pulls the plug and DIY automotive autonomy coming soon. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 5/12/2016
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
We have been promised some pretty wild things over the years and it looks like we are on the verge of getting some of them. Continue reading The Internet of Things for beginners.
NBN complaints on the rise, No Amazon Prime for AU but we get The Grand Tour and Call centres are selling you out. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 21/11/2016
Spotify could be killing your device, Sausage sizzle could cost up to $9000 with one simple mistake, Lightbulbs hacked? Really? Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup
A good hack involving a novelty item and Alexa, a new ISP looms over Australia, headache for Red Cross data breach continues. Continue reading Weekly Tech News Roundup 7/11/2016
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.
Google has a new (good) phone, YOU probably killed the internet last last week and a new emergency website launched in time for the WA bushfire season.
Millions of weak points are right now lying in wait in your home and business ready to take down the internet and it is because you didn’t do one simple thing. Continue reading When the internet dies, it will be your fault.
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