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Telstra’s iPad Annoucement

Telstra today announced that it will offer dedicated iPad price plans from the end of May in Australia. The iPad lets users browse the web, read and send email, enjoy and share photos, watch HD videos, listen to music, play games, read ebooks and much more, all using iPad’s revolutionary Multi-Touch user interface. For more information about iPad please visit[Read More…]

Apple iPad International Launch Delay

Apple’s new iPad device has been a runaway hit in the U.S, so much so that the international iPad launch is being held back by a month. Apple released this statement today… Faced with this surprisingly strong US demand, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the international launch of iPad by one month, until the end of May.[Read More…]

Addicted to the Internet?

Korea’s growing population of Internet and video game addicts is about to get some much needed help from its government. The 2 million Koreans affected by online and games addictions will soon have access to free software to limit the amount of time spent online. Not unlike Parental control software they will use the software to set out days and[Read More…]

Free PC Rescue boot Disk

One of the nasty side effects of having your computer infected by a virus is that it may simply stop working, not even allowing you to boot up into Windows. In cases like this or in the event of some other computer failure, an emergency rescue boot up disc is an essential tool…and here’s one you can get for free.[Read More…]

Using Google to share files

What’s the best method of sending a large file from one computer to another via the Internet? Well if it’s over 5 megabytes, generally sending it via email is a big no-no, as many corporate email systems that will reject large attachments. is a good alternative, allowing you to send files up to 100 megabytes in size for free…and[Read More…]