I remember in the early 00’s thinking a 1GB USB Flash Drive was impressive – with the price tag of $100. Now Seagate has unveiled the world’s largest hard drive which boasts a massive 60 Terabytes!
Our credits card now have it – that little gold microchip that we use to insert into credit card terminals to make a payment. But how do these chips work, and how do they differ to the old fashion magnetic strips that we used to use?
In the past, it was amazing enough to be able to talk to somebody who lives thousands of miles away from you by using a landline telephone. This was made even more astounding thanks to the invention of the mobile phone, which meant that you could make and receive calls no matter where you happened
Being an online reviewer, I often get requests to write reviews for products and services from a wide range of organisations across the globe. Unfortunately, some of these products don’t quite get to feature in their own 500+ word review. I have a huge collection of emails just piling up in my inbox that I need to
Whether you’re a product manufacturer, crafter, parent or student, you’ve probably found yourself, at one point or another, in a situation where you need sticky labels. Labels have so many uses. From informing you about a product’s origin, use, shelf-life etc., to organising your college study materials, marking your kids’ personal belongings such as clothes,
Like many countries around the world, Australian consumers are showing an increasing demand for coupons and vouchers. The internet allows us to access more deals than ever before, and has changed the way many of us make purchases. Online shoppers are more likely than ever to seek a cut-price product and save themselves money. Sydney
In Australia, the traditional way to get a Police Check was to fill out a paper form, visit a JP to photocopy and verify your 100 Points of ID, and then mail the documents out. It took almost 2 weeks to receive your Police Check provided you filled out the application form correctly. However, there are