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Computer education to improve with the Raspberry Pi powered Pi-top

Computer education to improve with the Raspberry Pi powered Pi-top

The new Raspberry Pi powered Pi-top hopes to improve computer education with a hands on approach
By Staff Writer Oct 16 2017, 10:32AM
Hall of Fame: Apple iBook G3

Hall of Fame: Apple iBook G3

Remember when Apple wanted you to taste the rainbow?
By Staff Writers Nov 15 2016, 12:30PM
Review: Beelink Z83 Mini PC

Review: Beelink Z83 Mini PC

If another nano-PC is released in a forest of nano-PCs... does anyone notice?
By Anthony Fordham Aug 19 2016, 11:27AM
Don't connect your charging cell to a computer or you may get hacked!

Don't connect your charging cell to a computer or you may get hacked!

Connecting your mobile device to a computer using a USB cable could make you vulnerable to hackers.
By Danielle Correa May 30 2016, 10:14AM
New ransomware targets Dropbox users, overwrites hard drives

New ransomware targets Dropbox users, overwrites hard drives

Victims are linked to a resume stored on a cloud storage site like Dropbox, but instead are hit with malware that locks up their computer.
By Robert Abel Mar 29 2016, 10:21AM
Tips for finding discounted computer gear online

Tips for finding discounted computer gear online

Save money buying computer hardware online using these little tips to find bargains.
By Anthony Agius Dec 8 2015, 3:39PM
Building the perfect loungeroom PC

Building the perfect loungeroom PC

System Builder: David Hollingworth ponders building a system that can handle everything you could want to do in front of a television.
By David Hollingworth Jun 23 2014, 2:59PM
All the neck-breaking action of the latest Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer

All the neck-breaking action of the latest Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer

Game Trailer: The Splinter Cell: Blacklist- Inauguration trailer is all about the Presidents. And killing dudes.
By David Hollingworth Jan 18 2013, 11:14AM
Atomic at Monash's Computer Games Bootcamp 2012!

Atomic at Monash's Computer Games Bootcamp 2012!

All the action - and the usual pics of me making a fool of myself - at this year's Computer Games Bootcamp at Monash University!
By David Hollingworth Jul 13 2012, 1:20PM
Atomic's coming to Melbourne for Monash University's Computer Game Bootcamp!

Atomic's coming to Melbourne for Monash University's Computer Game Bootcamp!

Get ready for some awesome tech fun, Melbourne - Atomic's heading south, and we're bringing some friends with us!
By David Hollingworth Jun 22 2012, 4:13PM
UNSW computer scientists hack their way to the top

UNSW computer scientists hack their way to the top

The Cyber Defence University Challenge was no match for bright UNSW undergrads.
By Vito Cassisi Apr 12 2012, 2:57PM
Fans of The Hunger Games need to be careful what they search for

Fans of The Hunger Games need to be careful what they search for

With the movie already looking like a smash hit, clever yet nasty internet types are taking advantage of innocent fans of under age violence.
By David Hollingworth Mar 23 2012, 3:36PM
Retro tech: First business computer LEO turns 60 today

Retro tech: First business computer LEO turns 60 today

The first ever business computer, the LEO I, is 60 years old this week.
By Tom Brewster Nov 18 2011, 9:53AM
Scientists create computer transformers (PCs in disguise)

Scientists create computer transformers (PCs in disguise)

Researchers in the US have developed a nanomaterial they claim could lead to computers and electronics devices that can transform from one type of device to another.
By Stewart Mitchell Oct 19 2011, 8:37AM
German officials admit to using snooping trojan

German officials admit to using snooping trojan

Four German states have admitted using a trojan to spy on their citizens, sparking calls for a full investigation by the country's Justice Minister.
By Stewart Mitchell Oct 12 2011, 9:03AM
Computer teaches itself to play Civilization II

Computer teaches itself to play Civilization II

MIT researchers develop program that learns to read and then play Civilization II.
By Julian Benson Jul 14 2011, 8:37AM
Protect USB thumb drives and HDDs from infection with free immunisation tool

Protect USB thumb drives and HDDs from infection with free immunisation tool

BitDefender has released a free download, dubbed USB Immunizer, designed to protect USB thumb drives from malware threats.
By Chris Jager Apr 28 2011, 11:59AM
Pen tip-sized computer could change medicine

Pen tip-sized computer could change medicine

Michigan's miniature microchip marvel may be modern medical miracle.
By Alan Lu Feb 25 2011, 8:54AM
Millimetre-scale computer is a real eye opener

Millimetre-scale computer is a real eye opener

Scientists have unveiled the first complete computer on a millimetre scale. The implantable computer could pave the way for networks of smart sensors.
By Nicole Kobie Feb 24 2011, 9:48AM
Top 10 Computer Viruses

Top 10 Computer Viruses

We take a (not-so) affectionate look back at the world's most memorable computer viruses, from Creeper to Conficker.
Feb 21 2011, 2:29PM