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REVIEW: Samsung’s new portable SSD T5 is alive – and faster!

Samsung’s SSD Number T5 is alive with faster USB-C, a faster transfer speed, a new colour scheme, two types of USB cable for greater flexibility and the superfast operation, lightweight construction and stylish design that makes Samsung SSDs stunningly superior drives.

ThreatMetrix Q2 ’17 cyber crime report: highest-levels of attacks ever, targeting streaming and ride-sharing

Dramatic cyber crime growth with 144 million attacks detected over the last 90 days mean they are at the highest-ever levels recorded, with emerging digital business models targeted by their evolving nature.

Game of Phones: Telco shares to June 2017 see Telstra down; Optus, Aldi and Amaysim up

Kantar has released its carrier share figures for the Australian consumer mobile market up to June 2017, and as usual, the game of carrier share numbers has changed.

EXCLUSIVE, VIDEO INTERVIEW: The genuinely ‘cool’ Evapolar next-gen model, evaSMART launching September

iTWire readers are the first in the world to see the new successor to the widely successful Evapolar evaLIGHT, the bigger, better, app-controllable and still super-portable evaSMART personal microclimate experience creator!

How to get 25% more PlayStation network time

The PlayStation Network , or PSN, is how we connect with our friends and others globally to play multiplayer games. It is a payment subscription service, and Sony has some good news for those of us who love to use it.

Rene Sugo MNF Group

Telecommunications services provider MNF Group has reported an increase in profit for the 12 months to the end of June, attributing a strong performance for the year largely to organic growth in all segments of the business – domestic retail, domestic wholesale and global wholesale.

Panasonic’s 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player that records Full HD TV on 2TB HDD

It’s not even an Olympics year, and yet Panasonic has “the ultimate Player/Recorder” on offer with the release of the DMR-UBT1 with “premium 4K UHD playback, a versatile Twin HD Tuner, plus a huge two terabyte hard disk drive with Full HD recording".

Cath joins Ooyala as VP of services for APJ

Video software and services company Ooyala has appointed Jeremy Cath as its vice-president of services for Asia Pacific and Japan.

Rules prevent FttN users from complaining about speeds

NBN customers who are on fibre-to-the-node connections are unable to lodge a fault with the company in charge of the broadband rollout about slow speeds unless the download speed falls below 12Mbps.

NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow

Criticisms and public and industry disquiet about the National Broadband Network aside, NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has given an upbeat assessment on the broadband rollout on the back of revenue more than doubling from $421 million to $1 billion for the 12 months to the end of June - against the 2017 corporate plan target of $900 million.

GNOME Desktop Project celebrates 20 years with big bash

The GNOME Desktop project has celebrated its 20th anniversary with a party in Orinda, California on 29 July, a day that happens to be the birthday of project co-founder Federico Mena Quintero.

Online shopping continues to grow: survey

A survey of 1000 Australian adults who have shopped online at least thrice in the last six months has shown that the number of people buying online is outstripping those buying in bricks and mortar stores.

Microsoft campaign to counter Surface reliability claims

Microsoft is preparing a campaign to neutralise the announcement last week by consumer goods testing publication Consumer Reports that four of its Surface-branded devices are not up to the mark as far as reliability is concerned.

Four held over leak of Games of Thrones episode in India

Four men associated with a partner vendor of network channel Star India, a distribution partner for HBO, have been arrested for leaking episode 4 of season 7 of HBO's blockbuster Game of Thrones.

Microsoft and friend bringing Azure to Canberra

Microsoft Azure will be available from highly-secure data centres in Canberra, starting in the first half of 2018.

Marcus Hutchins pleads not guilty to FBI malware charges

British security researcher Marcus Hutchins, who came to prominence after he inadvertently stopped the spread of the WannaCry ransomware in May, has pleaded not guilty to writing the code that was used to create the banking trojan Kronos.

Anti-piracy blockchain start-up launches ‘token’ sale

It’s no token sale just for the sake of it, but the first chance to support Veredictum’s crypto-anti-piracy platform with a "core target raise of $7.5 million and a hard cap stretch target of $20 million".

All-female panel tackled IoT cyber security at Kaspersky Lab and HPE event

An all-female panel discussed the rise of IoT and its need for protection, along with how to do this at a Kaspersky Lab and HPE event last Friday night in Sydney.

Cyber Plus: Australia’s ‘first’ small-biz bundle for tackling cyber crime

Billed as providing a “complete range of tools and services including cyber liability insurance, technology tools, and access to a crisis response team”, Cyber Plus sounds like a great addition.

VIDEO: Uber supports Sam-sex carriage, but not free carriage equality

If your name starts with Sam, whatever sex you identify as, you’ll get a free ride with Uber, but if your name is anything else, you’ll be denied a free ride unless you're a new Uber user who finds a Sam that signs up and gets a code from them – details below.

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