Australians are amongst those who have been caught up in a cyber-attack on popular daily deals site LivingSocial.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have arrested a man who allegedly attacked and defaced a government website earlier this month.
Pioneer Computers has been one of those companies I have been impressed with for a while. While not a household name, the products I have looked at from them have been simple but effective, and it was obvious that the owner Jeff Li has great contents with the Chinese and Taiwanese manufacturers.
The ABC has done something unprecedented in Australian TV. They released a popular show (Season 7 premier of Doctor Who) online 10 minutes after it was shown in the UK. In fact, here is the link, vis the ABC iView page http://www.abc.net.au/iview/#/view/25979 Why is this important? Firstly, The ABC realises that people will download this show even of it was to be on Freeview a week later than the original broadcast. Given it is a season opener of a cult series, with [...]
The Federal Government has this afternoon published the proposed timetable for the remaining areas yet to have analogue television signals turned off, with Melbourne set to become the last area to switch.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has today confirmed six youths from Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, have been issued cautions over alleged cybercrime-related activities over the past week.
I have recently reviewed a music streaming service , a movie streaming service and an online e-book store . If there is one trend I have noticed is that we as Australian consumers have limited access to content compared to the US and Europe.
Telstra has today been announced as the winner of a contract by the Western Australian Government to increase mobile coverage in rural Western Australia by 22 per cent over 3 years.
Senator Stephen Conroy Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy has announced that Telstra will be providing open access wholesale services through its fibre networks that are currently being deployed in South Brisbane and some new real estate projects that have been launched.
iiNet has announced in a somewhat surprise move yesterday that it will acquire South Australian-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) Internode for $105 million, just 3 days before Christmas.