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Twitter Safety Tips

1. Limit what you say It’s easy to tweet about where you are and what you’re doing, but do you think about who is listening? What might seem like a harmless comment initially could be used to piece together a picture of your whereabouts and plans! Unless your tweets are protected, they are going to be out in the public[Read More…]

Extra Large Nintendo DSi on the way

Extra Large Nintendo DSi on the way

Nintendo’s popular handheld games console is about to be upsized! The Nintendo DS claims the ranking of the highest selling games console in Australia for the past 4 years running and next month Nintendo will release the latest model…the DSi XL. The screens on Nintendo DSi XL are 4.2″, which makes the screen on Nintendo DSi XL 93 per cent[Read More…]

Windows 7 Candidate software expiry

If you downloaded the test version of Windows 7 early last year, known as the Windows 7 Release candidate, and you’re still using it, it’s now time to take some action. The software will expire on the 1st of June this year, however from this month users will notice some changes. From March 1 computers running the Windows 7 release[Read More…]

Help with Uninstalling Programs

In most cases, uninstalling a program from your PC is easy…in fact it usually takes just a few mouse clicks and you’re done, however uninstalling doesn’t always completely remove all traces of programs. You may be left with files, folders and other data that serves no other purpse than to add more junk to your hard drive…and you wouldn’t even[Read More…]

Technology to cut down your Phone Bill

Making your phone calls using the Internet is a great way to shave dollars off your monthly bills. Many Internet service providers and telco’s now offer Internet Phone or VOIP services, that allow you to make and receive calls via the Internet, using special box that plugs into your broadband modem. If you have an ADSL broadband connection, you will[Read More…]