App Of The Week – mSecure

On September 9, 2012 By

This weeks App of the week is mSecure. Back up and secure your passwords all in one spot. Sync via drop box.

FOR ANDROID

mSecure for Android is the leading password manager and digital wallet in the Google Play Store. Your data is safe in mSecure because it uses the ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption […]

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iCloud flaw exposed by Aussies

On August 6, 2012 By

Aussie’s have discovered a security in Apple’s iCloud service.

A Sydney Apple user discovered a flaw that “allows owners of second-hand Apple devices to be tracked by the original owner, who can also remotely wipe all the data off the device.”

A tech-savvy Sydney Apple user, who does not want to be named, contacted […]

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DNSChanger Virus

On July 9, 2012 By

Thousands of people are at risk of finding they can’t use the internet after cyber criminals infected computers across the globe.

The issue came about after the gang created a piece of malware named DNSChanger, which infected computers and redirected them to malicious websites, making those behind it millions of dollars through ad hijacking.

Since […]

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Update to iOS 6.0 Beta

On June 18, 2012 By

Recently Apple announced iOS 6.0 to be released later this year. iOS 6.O thus far includes the following:

 All new Apple Maps with turn by turn navigation and 3D Maps. The only downside to the Map so far is that it does not include Walking Map. I am sure this will be rectified in the […]

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Apple on Monday released a critical update to its version of Java for Mac OS X that plugs at least a dozen security holes in the program. More importantly, the patch mends a flaw that attackers have recently pounced on to broadly deploy malicious software, both on Windows and Mac systems.

The update, Java for OS X Lion 2012-001 […]

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You’ve got a new Notebook – one thing that is common to all these is the battery and what we ALL want is better Battery life.

Operating Systems are becoming more and more graphic intensive, whilst applications do everything they can to hog system resources. The average battery life per continuous use still stands at a […]

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Creating a Website

On October 9, 2011 By

 

Building websites can get tricky. Hopefully, by sharing my experiences I will make it a little simpler for you.

Your first thought when creating your website is: What do you want it to do?

Seems like a fair enough question… Are you selling a product? Are you selling a service? Are you […]

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iCloud

On October 5, 2011 By

So it is official: Apple have announced the iPhone 4S with some very cool features. On it’s own, the upgrade seems a little underwhelming, however once you see what’s packed into iOS 5 you can’t help but feel impressed with it all.

Let’s take a look at iCloud…

Every new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch […]

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Apple iPhone 4S: 5 Key Facts

On October 5, 2011 By

There’s no iPhone 5 yet, but meet the iPhone 4S–including Siri, your new voice-activated personal assistant.

Leaving months of speculation unanswered, Apple on Tuesday did not introduce iPhone 5, the putative heir to the smartphone throne in a product line that has redefined the mobile and the computer industries.

Instead, the company unveiled iPhone […]

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