Go back a scant four years to the launch of the 1st generation iPad. It was universally lauded as a ‘strong competitor for laptops and netbooks’ although its 15 million sales mainly cannibalised Apple’s Mac OSX devices.
Heartbleed is potentially one of the biggest threats to the Internet we've seen - a software bug that may compromise secure communications over the Internet via a vulnerability in the OpenSSL protocol. But what is it? And what should you be doing to protect yourself?
There is continuing weak job demand for executives in the technology sector, although signs are emerging of an upward trend in executive employment prospects across all industry sectors despite a fall in demand last month.
FACT: Telstra is bigger, has more coverage, and in some cases provides better services than its competitors do. That is how it remains Australia’s largest telco, often able to command a premium for its services.
BlackBerry has not been realising the fruit of its labors for years now and its days of being a handset manufacturer might finally be numbered, with the beleagured company's CEO declaring that he will cease making devices if they can't turn a profit.
“Dust off your camera and change the world – not just capture it,” said Lisa Wilkinson, host of Canon’s new Shine program. “No one sees the world quite like you - don’t drown in a sea of disposable snaps!”
Newly installed NBN Co CEO and former Vodafone Ausralia chief Bill Morrow has made some swift and sudden changes to the NBN Co leadership, including making its chief technology officer Gary McLaren redundant.