Category: Mac

Oct 17

A serious and very real threat to your WIFI network

It has been reported that a vulnerability in every wifi network has been discovered and can be easily exploited and used to devastating affect. This is regardless of how secure your password is, in fact the hacker doesn’t even need to know what your password is, to snoop and steal information and take control. To …

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Oct 05

Apple watch series 3 – first month

Regular readers of my website or FaceBook page will no doubt recall the unparalleled hell I experienced at the hands of Telstra when attempting to set up my Apple Watch S3 to a mobile network. I get that this is a new product and I understand that challenges are to be expected but there is …

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Sep 21

There is a difference between a gimmick and a feature

If there is one thing that fries my burger it is twenty somethings using the word ‘like’ as if it were a comma! Please stop! But the other thing is when Apple bring out a product or feature and someone pops up and says “Oh well, you know – like – Samsung did that years …

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Sep 13

Phones, watches and TV. Oh my!

I have said it before, Apple products remain the best and the finest examples of what is possible in the consumer space but it is sad that all the excitement has gone from the Apple seminal presentation. Don’t get me wrong… this isn’t their fault. They continue to be funny, slick and awe inspiring and …

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Sep 10

See if you have been hacked or not

  Mac or Windows, ACT or interstate, you might want pass this post onto your friends. Most people take their security very seriously. They lock windows, they don’t leave keys in the front door, they slap a password on their Mac and a pin code on their iPhone. We have all heard the mantra “don’t …

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