Malware writers are more frequently targeting Android devices than other platforms, according to a security vendor. Not surprisingly, the company offers a solution to the problem.
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you feel sorry for hfc customers about to get 1000/50 ?
I'd almost feel sorry for those connected to the Abbot/Turnbull mess except for the fact a lot of them voted[…]
Bad luck for the 30-40 percent of NBN fixed-line customers stuck with the Abbott/Turnbull old copper wire FTTN service. They're[…]
1000/50... what a joke.. Surely anyone needing 1GB down would be hoping/wanting/needing more than 50 up.
This junk delivers 30ms latencies and gets blocked by trees. What a massive scam. How about these mafia stop keeping[…]