What does the future hold for Facebook? Well Mark Zuckerberg, the Founder of Facebook next big personal project, is looking to automating his home. In December 2016, Zuckerberg wrote an extensive piece on “Building Jarvis” – a simple AI to run his home. Jarvis will be capable of controlling the lights, temperature, appliances, music, and security.
Yes, the title may sound a bit strange, but it’s true… you can turn your old mobile phone into a meal to help feed people in need across the country. MobileMuster is a non-for-profit Government accredited mobile recycling program in Australia and is teaming up with OzHarvest. For every mobile phone recycled until 28th February
Imagine if you are at a cafe working on a top secret & confidential project or document on your laptop. The counter calls your order so you leave your laptop to pick up it. You look back to find someone prying over your files (most likely your biggest competitor) because you forgot to press Windows+L
Relationships. Today’s business world lives, eats and breathes relationships. You need strong relationships with suppliers, partners, employees, investors and clients more now than ever before because of that fact.
With 500 million users on Facebook, there may be a few people stalking you. So what can you do about it? Simple, just block them from Facebook so to them, you don’t exist. To do this, visit https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=blocking, and under Block Users, start entering the name of the person you wish to block. Once you
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you said something confidential to a friend on Facebook; only to find that someone else has read the message? It has likely happened to everyone once before – even me – and it didn’t go down to well (more on my story later). But Facebook’s latest tool “Secret Conversations” now
Using a phone to make and receive phone calls for fully qualified drivers while driving is illegal, unless it is through a hands-free device or your phone is mounted to a commercially designed holder, which is fixed to the vehicle. If you are looking for a quality, German and Australian manufactured mobile phone cradle, look no