The website Ashley Madison’s slogan “Life is short. Have an affair” may be ringing truer for some sly spouses after a large number of it’s users’ details were leaked online.Read More
The 2014 Australian Open Tennis is firing up in Melbourne this week and is kicking off another big year for Tennis. Instead of watching the tournament the old-fashioned way, how can you use technology to follow the tournament?
Bitcoin is starting to become a viable option for people wanting to invest their money in non-traditional currencies. But what exactly is a Bitcoin?
Kickstarter is gaining a bit of a reputation these days, and funded projects often go two ways: either transform into vapourware or to moderately successful commercial release. While the Leap Motion did get to commercial release, it’s still too early to tell if the first version will lead to bgger and better things.
Two-factor authentication is emerging as one way to keep your logins secure, but what is it and why should you care?
Whether setting up a purpose-build home theatre or just upgrading your existing analog box, oen important consideration is the size of your new screen. When choosing your next big screen TV, bigger doesn’t always mean…
Last week’s Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne certainly whet the appetites of revheads everywhere. But between the races, how can you keep up-to-date with the latest news from the paddock and other inside information? Well, there may be an app for that.
PVRs are in an interesting phase of their lifecycle. They have probably the largest dance of channels available, they’re cheap, have heaps of storage for your dollar, and they’re easy to connect to any TV sold in the last 5 years. However, it’s probably also the worst time to buy one.
So you’ve finally given up on your old BlackBerry? While you’re busy saying goodbye to tactile keyboards and resigning your old ‘mobile’ phone to the museum, you should think about how you are going to get the most important info from your old BlackBerry to your new iPhone: the contact data.
Have an Xbox 360 and a USB drive with AVI movies lying around? It can be pretty easy to get them playing nicely and playing back those video files on your big screen TV.