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Six Signs you Need a New Computer

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In today’s modern, technological world, a slow computer is often more than just an inconvenience; it can be a serious barrier to our entertainment and productivity. As humans, we learn to adapt to our conditions pretty quickly and sometimes that means we put up with old technology for way longer than we should.

If you’re finding that every time you use your computer it causes you frustration, don’t just tolerate it. Here are a few telltale signs that you could be in need of an upgrade:

True or False? Battery Myths you Need to Know for Better Device Performance

  We live in an age of the high-powered long-life battery-powered portable device. But it seems that the limitations of the nickel-based batteries that were prevalent in the early ’90s still apply to the more modern lithium ion and lithium polymer technologies we use today. Battery technology may not have changed much in the last couple True or False? Battery Myths you Need to Know for Better Device Performance

Protecting Devices For Kids

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As the kids head back to school lets take a look at how to stay smart online. Kids & Teens While the internet offers an exciting world of experiences for kids and teens, it is important to be mindful that they could: experience cyber-bullying be exposed to inappropriate or harmful content be at risk from contact with Protecting Devices For Kids

Where’s My HoverBoard? :: 2015 Tech

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It is the year Back to the Future II predicted sneakers would lace themselves and kids would fly about on hoverboards.Technology in 2015 technology may fall short of those lofty goals but there is still much to anticipate, from virtual reality to smart motorcycle helmets and, yes, at least one hoverboard. We peer into the Where’s My HoverBoard? :: 2015 Tech

Why Sometimes Upgrading Your Computer is the Cheaper Option

the-internet-of-things-hero This is such a great article from Smarter Business Ideas...had to share! If your computers are four or more years old they’re artefacts of earlier technology eras – and they could be costing you big time. The computers you bought a few years ago were designed to meet the processing demands of the day – ... Why Sometimes Upgrading Your Computer is the Cheaper Option

Why We Think Norton Internet Security is the Best Virus Protection for Everyday Users

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Why We Think Norton Internet Security is the Best Virus Protection for Everyday Users We use and recommend the latest version of Norton Internet Security on a regular basis and it’s the only virus protection software we sell instore. Why? If you’re looking for a traditional security suite, with essential features like antivirus, firewall, antispam, Why We Think Norton Internet Security is the Best Virus Protection for Everyday Users

Time’s Top 20 Green Tech Ideas

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Despite Setbacks, Moving Forward in Clean Tech By Bryan WalshMonday, Dec. 06, 2010   eSolar   When environmental history is written, 2010 could be seen a disaster for the clean technology industry. The year dawned just after the disappointment that was December’s U.N. global warming summit in Copenhagen, where the nations of the world failed Time’s Top 20 Green Tech Ideas

Clarifying the Cloud :: What You Might Not Know Already

5 things you need to know about cloud, that you might not know already by Kris Hansen  |  Thursday 17 April 2014  | 0 Comments Still getting your head around the cloud and whether it can help you at work? Here is an introduction to some basic questions you should be asking. As part of our Clarifying the Cloud :: What You Might Not Know Already

Geeky Reads :: April’s Best IT Posts

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Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now!

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Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now! 4 dys until we say Rest in Peace XP. Are you ready for this? “Microsoft first said it was planning to end support for Windows XP in 2007. It has since been warning consumers and businesses an upgrade is necessary to keep their computers from being run Doomsday for XP :: You could be under attack right now!

6 Benefits of Hardware Upgrades to Your Day-to-Day Productivity

Benefits of Hardware Upgrades There is the wide range of hardware available today that will, in most cases, plug in or integrate to your existing system with little or no fuss. Hardware upgrades such as bigger hard drives, more RAM or a better graphics card for example, can be installed to your core system in 6 Benefits of Hardware Upgrades to Your Day-to-Day Productivity

The LIST: The Best No-Contract Phone Deals in OZ

HAPPY BOXING DAY.   For those of you not shopping and not watching the cricket…here’s some good news from LifeHacker:   Planhacker: The Best No-Contract Phone Deal For Each Australian Mobile Phone Network Angus Kidman Not only does signing up to a contract for a phone leave you stuck with the same network and handset The LIST: The Best No-Contract Phone Deals in OZ