Archive for February, 2015

Your digital docs are spying on you

MASSIVE information leaks could soon dry up as new software exposes digital fingerprints. View the original post

Antivirus for your fridge is here

VIRUS busting firm Bitdefender is about to sell Australians a little white box designed to stop your fridge from being hacked. View the original post

Your digital docs are spying on you

MASSIVE information leaks could soon dry up as new software exposes digital fingerprints. View the original post

Start-up offers back pain relief

AN Australian spinal cord stimulator designed to reduce chronic back pain has received funding that paves the way for clinical trials. View the original post

Lower dollar a drain on spending power

ULTRA-high definition TVs, wearables and hybrid notebooks are on shopping lists, but a falling dollar will make them more costly. View the original post

A rugged watch for fitness buffs

FITBIT’S Surge combines extended activity monitoring with basic smartwach functions. View the original post

Data retention ‘vital’ in terror fight

AFP Assistant Commissioner Tim Morris has a message: data retention is necessary for policing, especially counterterrorism. View the original post

Bite put on password problems

FOR many of us, organising let alone remembering passwords is a task too far. View the original post

Bite put on password problems

FOR many of us, organising let alone remembering passwords is a task too far. View the original post

Flaws in the Glass

GOOGLE’S eyewear looks like going the way of Betamax video while Sony prepares to launch its own version. View the original post

VR headset will blow your mind

IF YOU haven’t tried 360-degree virtual reality, then you must — it will blow your mind. View the original post

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