Cybercrime is growing, and anyone can fall victim to ransomware, data dumping, and the like. That's why it's important now more than ever to ensure your online accounts are secure, and while there are plenty of tools out there to help you do so, few can match what RoboForm Everywhere brings to the table.
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Australian Scientists have had a busy week - but that hasn't stopped them from helping to solve the mystery of what causes exploding stars - used to measure the accelerating expansion of the Universe.
The new Razer Blade Stealth is an unusual beast, in a good way. It exists as a product manufactured by a company that proudly states on the cardboard box that it ships in they are “For Gamers, By Gamers” but, like the previous model, it doesn’t really feel like a gaming laptop.
No, the Blade Stealth isn’t a gaming laptop.
But it is one of the best ultrabooks you can buy.
The future is wireless as far as phone charging is concerned. You may expect to shell out a fair chunk of cash to get the latest tech available, but with the Mini Qi Wireless Charging Pad going for 70 percent off, you can do so without breaking the bank.
Most of Australia's easily-accessible deposits of base and precious metals have been discovered and mined already, and today a new report from mining organisation AMIRA International says Australia needs to beef up its geoscience, technology and infrastructure to get to deposits our continent is hiding deep down.
iOS 11 promises big changes for the app-making world, which means now is the time to master it if you're hoping to keep pace with the industry. Thankfully, the Complete iOS 11 & Swift Developer Course can keep you on the right track with instruction from some of the web's top coding talent.
Sony's not the first to the party with a big-screen OLED. That honour goes to LG, which has cornered the market for a few years with its excellent panels. But, after those were joined a few weeks ago by Panasonic's Master OLEDs, it's time for Sony's Bravias to turn up: and boy, has Sony turned up.
I think, I think, that this just might be the best TV you can buy.
Adani is fighting the Queensland Environment Department, rather than pay a $12,000 fine for polluting the Great Barrier Reef - a breach the mining giant reported itself.
The Mackay Conservation group is calling for Adani to instead start engineering works on its Abbot Point port facility in North Queensland to make sure it doesn't happen again.
You've probably seen the Watson commercials, where what looks like a sentient box interacts with celebrities like Bob Dylan, Carrie Fisher, and Serena Williams; or doctors; or a young cancer survivor. Maybe you caught the IBM artificial intelligence technology's appearance in H&R Block's Super Bowl commercial starring Jon Hamm. "It is one of the most powerful tools our species has created. It helps doctors fight disease," Hamm says. "It can predict global weather patterns. It improves education for children everywhere. And now we unleash it on your taxes."
Port Augusta is about to get a $650 million, 150-megawatt solar thermal power plant - with plans to have it up and running by 2020. South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill announced that the plant could lead to lower power prices, as well as supplying all of the power needed for state government projects.
But what do experts have to say?
Now this is guaranteed to be a magic experience: two full hours of a full orchestra and choir performing a reimagined score from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D, also paying homage to classics The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, all under the roof of the Sydney Opera House.
Beginning in Melbourne's Federation Square today and tomorrow (August 14 and 15), there's a tiny Tesla house making the rounds of the country - showing off the Powerwall and educating the public on how to generate, store and use renewable energy for your home.
Oh, and the tiny home is towed by a Tesla Model X, because of course it is.
With the meteoric rise in popularity of Ethereum, cryptocurrencies and blockchains are back in the news again. Graphics card prices have soared with the promise that those who have the computers and know-how to do some serious mining can take home huge sums in a Bitcoin-like gold rush to snatch up as much virtual currency as possible. But how easy is it to make your fortune in cryptocurrency? And is it worth your while getting started?