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“Back to School” Internet Security Guide

Internet security company AVG has published a free ‘back to school’ guide on their website to help parents be more aware of the ever changing threats to PCs. I also spoke with Lloyd Borrett from AVG Australia / NZ on Friday about the guide and some of the things that parents and students should be aware of. You can listen[Read More…]

Apple announced the “iPad”

Today Apple unveiled it’s new tablet computing device that’s looks like an oversized iPod touch…but it has many more features. Earlier today I spoke to the Daily Telegraph’s technology writer, Steven Fenech, who is currently in San Francisco covering the announcement from Apple. Listen to the interview HERE

Intel 2010 Core Processor family explained

At the Intel launch event in Sydney last week I spoke to Intel Australia’s Marketing manager, Kate Burleigh, who explains the differences between the new Core i3, i5 and i7 processors which are now appearing in new computers. Listen Here.

Intel launches 2010 processor lineup

Intel launches 2010 processor lineup

Intel has just launched their new 2010 Processor lineup. The new range – i3, i5 and i7 will make it easier to identify exactly what you’re getting in terms of performance when you buy a computer (desktop or notebook). i3 = entry level i5 = mid-range i7 = high performance Look out for these when you next shop for a[Read More…]

Buying from the U.S with ComGateway

Shopping online is a great way to find items that are either hard to find or simply aren’t sold here in Australia, however you may find that many U.S based stores simply don’t offer International shipping.   A good way to get around this is to use an online service like that can either make a purchase on your[Read More…]