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Why do we need curved screen TVs?  LG explains

Why do we need curved screen TVs? LG explains

If you’re out looking for a new TV you may come across some new sets that feature slightly curved screens. That’s right…flat screen TVs with a slight inward curve.  So why the curve?  I recently spoke to Landro Skropidis from LG Australia who explains the technology.  Listen below.  

Recovering from your email being ‘hacked’

Recovering from your email being ‘hacked’

If you’ve ever tried to log into your web mail account only to find that your password doesn’t work then chances are your account has been compromised and is under the control of another person. If this happens to you it’s important to fix this issue quickly as not only does a compromised email account mean that someone else is potentially harvesting personal information about you[Read More...]

Celebrating 8 years of “tweets”

Celebrating 8 years of “tweets”

Earlier this year Twitter marked the 8th anniversary of the very first “Tweet”. Twitter, the online social networking service which now carries over 500 million tweets per day, has 241 million monthly active users and support over 35 languages. So what did that first tweet say? Back in March I spoke to Karen Stocks, the managing director of Twitter Australia.  She talks[Read More...]

Big screen phones not the end for Tablets

Big screen phones not the end for Tablets

For some of us there nothing more exciting than getting hands on with the latest gadget…especially if it’s something we plan on using every day.   There was plenty of hype around Apple’s new offerings recently but October will bring something worthy for those who prefer the android mobile platform. Specifically I’m talking about the Galaxy Note 4 and the Note Edge[Read More...]

Twitter Abuse rampant in Australia

Twitter Abuse rampant in Australia

With over 271 million active users and 500 million tweets sent every day TWITTER has become more than just a massively popular social network…it’s also a highly abused tool for spammers and other malicious web users. A new report from Internet security company Trend Micro highlights this and in the process has revealed that Australia was in the top lists[Read More...]