Ask Graeme - Adding Mesh to your network

Ask Graeme - Adding Mesh to your network

A reader sent in some great questions about his home network last month, and asks how easy is it ‘really’ to add Mesh Wi-Fi to his existing home network?
By Graeme Reardon Sep 14 2018, 4:36PM
PC & Tech Authority and APC magazine are merging!

PC & Tech Authority and APC magazine are merging!

Australia's two favourite PC mags are joining forces
By Staff Writers Sep 13 2018, 11:09AM
Whacking the mole: how Australia scrambles to regulate Chinese technology

Whacking the mole: how Australia scrambles to regulate Chinese technology

Where’s the next threat coming from?
By Sarah Logan Sep 12 2018, 4:45PM
Ask Graeme - The Rise of the Voice Assistant

Ask Graeme - The Rise of the Voice Assistant

Home automation has come a long way... and who knew it would be built around speakers?!
By Graeme Reardon Sep 12 2018, 4:22PM
Buyer’s Guide: The New Value Phone

Buyer’s Guide: The New Value Phone

Just because it's cheap and cheerful, doesn't mean the latest batch of budget Android phones aren't useful.
By James Pinnell Sep 10 2018, 5:00PM
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: Australia should stay away from electronic voting

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: Australia should stay away from electronic voting

Russia was behind an enormous effort to influence politics in the US and the UK, but was Australia targeted too?
By Tom Sear Sep 10 2018, 4:43PM
Ask Graeme: PowerLine Technology – The Forgotten Networking Solution

Ask Graeme: PowerLine Technology – The Forgotten Networking Solution

Graeme discusses the new Homeplug AV2 technology, and how it’s breathing new life into powerline extenders.
By Graeme Reardon Sep 6 2018, 12:51PM
A nostalgic journey through the evolution of web design

A nostalgic journey through the evolution of web design

The web has come a loooong way when it comes to the look of the pages that make it up.
By Jo Jung Sep 5 2018, 9:50AM
Super Meat Boy is going tabletop

Super Meat Boy is going tabletop

Well, you'll want a table, but we suppose you could use the floor.
By Tim Henderson Sep 4 2018, 11:13AM
IMPORTANT: Upgrade Australia date change

IMPORTANT: Upgrade Australia date change

The planned Upgrade Australia event for September 18th is postponed
By Staff Writers Sep 4 2018, 8:42AM
A new future for PCTA

A new future for PCTA

PCTA and PCPP have new owners.
By Ben Mansill Sep 3 2018, 5:08PM
What is a mobile network, anyway? This is 5G, boiled down

What is a mobile network, anyway? This is 5G, boiled down

Once it’s up and running, the main change for 5G users will be increased speed and reduced delay.
By Philip Branch Sep 3 2018, 1:26PM
Monday Morning Tunes - dinosaur hat

Monday Morning Tunes - dinosaur hat

Done with the coffee? Good. It's time for adventure!
By Tim Henderson Sep 3 2018, 6:00AM
Fashion and e-readers combine (no, really) for Sony’s FES Watch U

Fashion and e-readers combine (no, really) for Sony’s FES Watch U

The times they are a-changin.
By Matt Tate Aug 31 2018, 11:25AM
Garmin Vivosmart 4 lets you know when you need to recharge your Body Battery

Garmin Vivosmart 4 lets you know when you need to recharge your Body Battery

This fitness band never sleeps.
By Tom Wiggins Aug 31 2018, 11:19AM
Telegram agrees to share data with terror investigators, but won't help Russia decrypt messages

Telegram agrees to share data with terror investigators, but won't help Russia decrypt messages

Because the War on Terror never stops, apparently.
By Bradley Barth Aug 31 2018, 11:10AM
Android spyware BusyGasper has many features, but few known victims

Android spyware BusyGasper has many features, but few known victims

A newly discovered mobile malware implant nicknamed BusyGasper might leave a few Android users breathless, if they knew about the unusual set of features the spyware uses to snoop on them.
By Bradley Barth Aug 31 2018, 11:08AM
Donald Trump's latest attack on Google is full of lies

Donald Trump's latest attack on Google is full of lies

The US president goes after Google again, as he looks to impose regulations to keep Google, Facebook and Twitter in check.
By Vaughn Highfield Aug 31 2018, 11:00AM