PCs & Laptops
PCs & Laptops
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
Oct 16 2017, 10:32AM
Hall of Fame: Apple iBook G3
Remember when Apple wanted you to taste the rainbow?
Nov 15 2016, 12:30PM
Review: Beelink Z83 Mini PC
If another nano-PC is released in a forest of nano-PCs... does anyone notice?
Aug 19 2016, 11:27AM
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.
May 30 2016, 10:14AM
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.
Mar 29 2016, 10:21AM
Tips for finding discounted computer gear online
Save money buying computer hardware online using these little tips to find bargains.
Dec 8 2015, 3:39PM
Building the perfect loungeroom PC
: David Hollingworth ponders building a system that can handle everything you could want to do in front of a television.
Jun 23 2014, 2:59PM
All the neck-breaking action of the latest Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer
: The Splinter Cell: Blacklist- Inauguration trailer is all about the Presidents. And killing dudes.
Jan 18 2013, 11:14AM
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!
Jul 13 2012, 1:20PM
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!
Jun 22 2012, 4:13PM
UNSW computer scientists hack their way to the top
The Cyber Defence University Challenge was no match for bright UNSW undergrads.
Apr 12 2012, 2:57PM
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.
Mar 23 2012, 3:36PM
Retro tech: First business computer LEO turns 60 today
The first ever business computer, the LEO I, is 60 years old this week.
Nov 18 2011, 9:53AM
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.
Oct 19 2011, 8:37AM
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.
Oct 12 2011, 9:03AM
Computer teaches itself to play Civilization II
MIT researchers develop program that learns to read and then play Civilization II.
Jul 14 2011, 8:37AM
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.
Apr 28 2011, 11:59AM
Pen tip-sized computer could change medicine
Michigan's miniature microchip marvel may be modern medical miracle.
Feb 25 2011, 8:54AM
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.
Feb 24 2011, 9:48AM
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
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