As a university student, having a reliable laptop is essential for completing assignments, researching, and staying organised. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the right one. Here are some things to consider when selecting a laptop for university: Processor The processor, or CPU, is the brain of the computer and
I have waited for the NBN network for 10 years, and finally on Christmas morning, I received an email notification from iiNet (my current Naked DSL provider) saying FTTC NBN is finally available at my premises. Where I live, FTTP has been available for 2 year for about half the town – the area closest
Have you ever signed up to a website, and then noticed seeing their advertising on Facebook? It could be due to re-marketing (which is a cookie stored on your computer when you visit their website), or it could be because they have your email address and uploaded it to Facebook.
With more and more devices needing to be charged by USB, I often found myself running out of power points – or only use 1 of the two power points available due to the size of the USB to AC plug.
For anyone who knows me, I hate Mac’s, and anything made by Apple. In fact, I’ve never purchased any product from Apple, ever! I also hate using them, but sometimes you are forced to. Today, I was given an iMac where the Administrator account was somehow deleted. Therefore, without the Administrator account, you can’t install
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!