CeBIT Australia was on this week at ICC Sydney, and what an amazing few days it was. I was lucky enough to attend to see a magnitude of companies, start-ups, and expert speakers.
You’ve probably heard by now the recent Facebook scandal involving 50 million Facebook users personal data being accessed by Cambridge Analytica. It is important to note, that it’s not Facebook’s fault for leaking your personal data, it’s YOU!
If you have an office job and you are stuck behind a desk all day, you may find yourself constantly checking your smartphone to keep yourself sane. Whether that be checking Facebook, YouTube, or Tinder, you should think about getting yourself a desk cradle for your smartphone. Trust me, it will make things that little
Did you know that the internet is only 10000 days old? Here’s a list of fun tech facts you didn’t know about.
In 2014, I suffered a hard drive failure, in which it took 2 months to try 11 different methods to recover my files. This time, instead of my hard drive failing, my friend’s hard drive crashed after she plugged it into her Xbox.
The European Union has fined Google a record $3.62 billion Australian Dollars for breaching “antitrust rules” with its online shopping service. However, I believe this is wrong (which I will explain shortly), but let’s first go into more detail about the fine. What Did Google Do to Be Fined by The European Union? The European
Google is the world’s most popular search engine, and it has developed a lot in the last decade. But there is more to Google Search than just typing words into a box. Task automation and integration app, Zapier has put together an infographic on how you can Search Smarter with 30 Advanced Google Search Tricks.