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A TV with a screen on both sides?  LG is doing it.

A TV with a screen on both sides? LG is doing it.

Ok, so the headline isn’t quite right…. In 2013 OLED TV was launched into the Australian Market by LG – as was described by many as the greatest technical achievement in TV since Colour TV!  Further enhancements and improvements to OLED screens have been made since then, including many that that will make a greater impact outside of our homes.[Read More…]

Australia revealed as Top 10 Ransomware Target

Australia revealed as Top 10 Ransomware Target

Trend Micro’s Internet security roundup report for the first half of this year has revealed that that Ransomware continues to be a growing threat to Australia.   Yesterday I spoke to Tim Falinski about the latest report that focuses on the ransomware threat.   We also talk about the new ‘What’s your story‘ poster competition for kids that has a prize pool[Read More…]

Vaya stirs up the mobile market with price guarantee

Vaya stirs up the mobile market with price guarantee

Today low cost Mobile Service Provider Vaya has announced a ‘Price Beat Guarantee’ for 4G Sim-only plans. The short version of the offer – If any customer can point to a cheaper deal on the market that has the same voice, text and data inclusions, then Vaya will not only match it, but offer the first month for free. Earlier today[Read More…]

Aussies still too quick to click

Aussies still too quick to click

Be careful what you click on!    Internet security company Trend Micro’s roundup of online security threats for 2015 has revealed that Australia ranks 3rd in the world for the most users that click on malicius URLs in 2015.   Why is this? and what other cybercriminal activites do Australians need to look out for? I recently caught up with Tim Falinski[Read More…]

Inside the latest Internet Security report

Inside the latest Internet Security report

The latest security report from Trend Micro has revealed that Australia continues to be a major target cybercriminals, ranking 4th in the world for malicious URL clicks in the last quarter. Last week I caught up with Tim Falinksi from Trend Micro Australia to discuss the details and other revelations from the report, along with some online safety tips for[Read More…]