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Mattel has announced a partnership between Hot Wheels and Tesla, offering a limited-run 1:10 scale Tesla remote control Cybertruck through Target Australia. Enjoy the fun of the sci-fi vehicle from September 16.

Published in Entertainment

The Feitian JuBiter wallet is a radical new product from the hardware security company, already well known for its FIDO2 keys, that provides a highly secure cryptocurrency wallet you can carry around and pair to your devices via Bluetooth.

Published in Security

If the hierarchy of needs were constructed today it would surely include stable Wi-Fi only slightly below air, water, and food. If you have Wi-Fi dead zones inside your home or business, D-Link has a solution for you.

Published in Networking

When Pedders Suspension and Brakes teamed up with Pronto Software to bring about a new e-commerce and supply chain platform they knew great systems alone wouldn't cut it without bringing people along the journey. Their result is a tremendous transformation that serves as a reproducible opportunity for other organisations.

Published in Business Software

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

Published in Guest Reviews

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

REVIEW PROMOTION Any business network with more than a handful of devices needs a good systems and applications monitoring tool. It will proactively alert you to outages and abnormal behaviour and allow you to see your environment's health on a single pane of glass.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

One thing that doesn't end with a pandemic is meetings ... meetings, meetings. Poly’s P15 video bar helps you always put your best face forward with a 4K camera and loud integrated speaker that works with any video-conferencing app you’re using.

While the world is still looking at self-driving vehicles, Japan is hard at work on autonomous cargo container ships, already planning a 236 mile trip next February into busy cargo lanes with a vessel that has no crew.

Published in Energy

The Huawei GT 2 Pro is a stylish smartwatch with an incredible two week's battery life, that works with Android and iOS, and is packed with sporting and lifestyle features. In fact, with $120 off right now, this could be the perfect Father's Day gift for the active Dad in your life.

Tranya was founded on the basis of creating fully-featured audio devices available to the largest amount of people. Supporting this goal, the company has released an upgraded version of its flagship T10 Bluetooth earbuds with a new ultra-low latency game mode, and switchable music modes.

Squint at your screen no more with the Epos Expand Vision 3T. This Android-based Microsoft Teams conferencing system turns any HDMI-based display into a conference room, whether at home or in the office. It provides the camera, speaker, and smarts; you provide the screen and Wi-Fi or ethernet.

Business spend management software house Coupa already handles almost one billion API calls per month. The company has now evolved its open platform with an app marketplace making it easier for users, partners, and independent B2B app developers to handle how organisations spend money and who they spend it with.

Published in Business Software

SolarWinds today announced its SolarWinds DBA xPress product, previously a paid-for tool is now available completely for free. DBA xPress reveals how a data environment is visually structured, helping compare, synchronise, script, and navigate data and schemas.

Published in Data

Cybersecurity vendor Forcepoint today announced Rees Johnson has joined the company as Chief Product Officer (CPO). Johnson will play a critical role as the company continues to deliver its data-first secure access service edge (SASE) solutions, which will enable enterprises and government agencies to protect data wherever it is accessed.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 17 August 2021 22:28

GitHub goes passwordless for CLI Git operations

GitHub is home to many of the world's greatest open-source projects and to ensure continued protection to GitHub users and projects it no longer accepts Git password authentication for CLI operations and requires the use of stronger authentication methods.

Published in Security

French health-tech manufacturer Withings continues to impress with its range of clinically validated smart devices that track your vital statistics - and with style too, as evidenced by the latest Rose Gold model ScanWatch to hit our shores.

ServiceNow launched its traineeship program in February with the goal of helping develop a digital-ready workplace in NSW and increasing access and pathways for individuals looking to move into IT. The first trainees have now been placed, and ServiceNow, TAFE and MEGT are ready to run the program again.

Published in Education

Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturer Gigabyte has been hit by a ransomware attack, forcing the shutdown of systems, and with the group responsible threatening to release 112GB of stolen data from Gigabyte, Intel, AMD, and American Megatrends.

Published in Security

On Tuesday night the Australian Senate voted to accept the Government's amendments to the Corporations Act, restoring the ability for companies to use electronic signatures and hold virtual annual general meetings (AGMs) until 31st March 2022.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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