Global software provider, LANDesk is ramping up its presence in the Australia, New Zealand and APAC market with the appointment of two new senior appointments including a country manager.
Rumour, speculation and what we would really like Microsoft to say at its developer conference //build/ from 26-28 June, 2013 in San Francisco.
Australia now has its first public cloud offering powered by open source software OpenStack, deemed the "hybrid cloud."
You may not have noticed but many of the latest smartphones may only trickle charge or not charge at all if connected to standard USB chargers or USB ports on computers and monitors.
Google has taken the lead in building a global database of child abuse images, in an attempt to one day rid child pornography from the web.
Amidst all the hype around the new iOS and Mac Pro, one pretty big new feature was left out of the conversation - a new 'kill switch' for the iPhone.
In 2012 the ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission) received nearly 84, 000 complaints about consumer fraud, the vast majority perpetrated by phone or the Internet.
Last week saw both Apple news from WWDC and gaming news from E3, but the latest news this week combines both, with a photo of a Logitech gaming pad for iPhone leaked.
In the face of growing criticism of the US Government’s electronic surveillance practices, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all said they do not give open access to user data.
No its not a waste paper bin - its Apple’s spectacular looking Mac Pro and it does not use a new Intel Haswell processor!
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