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Netflix blocked?

Netflix blocked?

  If you’ve been a service like Unotelly or Getflix to help you view Netflix channels from countries other than Australia…and have started experiencing access issues…don’t panic. Yes Netflix recently announced that they would be cracking down on these ‘unblocking’ services and it seems they are having limited success with this campaign, however the Unblocking providers are not afraid to[Read More…]

Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 out this month.

Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 out this month.

  Zombies are really popular on TV right now with shows like “The Walking dead” and “Z Nation” and “iZombie” but there’s also some new zombie fun on the way next month in video game format….that doesn’t carry an M or MA rating. Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 is the latest installment of the funny and addictive game that[Read More…]

International Data Privacy Day

International Data Privacy Day

January 28 is International Data Privacy Day. Protecting your personal information isn’t something you should just think about once a year, but today is a great reminder of the sorts of things you should be thinking about when you’re online and steps you can take to ensure your information remains secure. Trend Micro Australia has shared the following valuable information[Read More…]

Australian Open – there’s an App for that

Australian Open – there’s an App for that

If you’re following the Australian open at the moment you don’t have to miss a minute of it no matter where you are because, yes, there’s an app for that. The 7Tennis App for Android and Apple devices gives users free access to watch every game, set and match from the Australian open series on their device.    That means[Read More…]

Twitter all set for Australia Day

Twitter all set for Australia Day

  Are you ready for Australia Day? Twitter is. Last week Twitter unveiled a new Australian Day emoji and no surprises that it’s a koala wearing green and gold sunglasses. To include the new emoji in your Australia Day tweets simply use the hashtag #AustraliaDay and the image of the very Aussie koala in shades will automatically appear in your[Read More…]