Archive for May, 2014

Hacked iCloud accounts face fraud risk

AUSTRALIAN iPhone and iPad users face the ongoing prospect of identity fraud after hackers locked their devices by accessing their iCloud accounts. View the original post

Facebook founder’s sister act

BEING a sister of the Facebook boss can give you advanced insights into social networking, especially if you’re a digital marketing expert as well. View the original post

Malware cripples Australian iCloud accounts

AUSTRALIAN Apple users have fallen victim to ransomware but have been promised refunds by PayPal should they have paid hackers. View the original post

Microsoft reveals Skype translator

MICROSOFT has demonstrated a Skype speech translator that lets users communicate while speaking different languages. View the original post

Australia expands e-passport system

AUSTRALIA will expand its smartgate automated airport processing system to include all ePassport holders by 2015. View the original post

Google hands TV control to your phone

AUSTRALIANS will be able to queue movies to TVs using smartphones after Google today launches its Chromecast TV adaptor locally. View the original post

Weatherman gets in on the app act

THE Bureau of Meteorology is developing its own weather apps. View the original post

TV transformed by smart thinking

LG is upping the ante with a new look for its web-linked models. View the original post

Identity thieves a sign of the times

AUSTRALIAN law needs to move faster to stop identity thieves exploiting the acceptance of digital signatures on documents. View the original post

Wristband aid for Parkinson’s

A MELBOURNE firm is expanding its production of wearable technology designed to help ­Parkinson’s disease sufferers. View the original post

Film quality cut down to size

ULTRA-high definition is shedding its image as a niche technology. View the original post

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