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How to: Delete your Google history

How to: Delete your Google history

Use My Activity to clear your personal Google info.
By Curtis Moldrich Jul 31 2017, 12:41PM
The new issue of PC & Tech Authority magazine is onsale now and it's a must-have

The new issue of PC & Tech Authority magazine is onsale now and it's a must-have

With a massive 32-page guide testing and rating all the important PC components!
By Ben Mansill Apr 11 2016, 12:13PM
How to: Use Machine Learning in Mathematica

How to: Use Machine Learning in Mathematica

Kevin Partner explores how to use Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi to do more than just add up.
By Kevin Partner Jan 22 2016, 12:15PM
Access Your Music in the Cloud with Google Play Music Manager

Access Your Music in the Cloud with Google Play Music Manager

After a long wait, Google Play Music has finally launched in Australia. This is what you need to do to get it up and running on your PC.
By Mark Wilson Apr 10 2013, 8:54AM
How to: Digitise your analogue media

How to: Digitise your analogue media

If you want to share old photos online, or enjoy your LPs on your iPod, digitisation is the way forward. Dave Stevenson shows you how it’s done.
By Dave Stevenson Dec 13 2012, 10:20AM
System Builder: Overclocking 101

System Builder: Overclocking 101

We uncover the basic concepts behind modern overclocking.
By Matt Wilson Dec 11 2012, 11:23AM
Investigator: When a credit card isn’t enough to shop online

Investigator: When a credit card isn’t enough to shop online

Should you worry about being asked for proof of identity when making credit card purchases online?
By Rosalyn Page Dec 5 2012, 10:59AM
How to: Windows 8 advanced  features

How to: Windows 8 advanced features

The new Windows isn’t only about tablet apps. Darien Graham-Smith looks at some of the technical enhancements in Microsoft’s latest OS.
By Darien Graham-Smith Dec 4 2012, 11:13AM
How to: Does your camera need  a fast SD card?

How to: Does your camera need a fast SD card?

Does a premium card really make a difference? Darien Graham-Smith decodes the jargon, and puts a selection of cards to the test.
By Darien Graham-Smith Nov 19 2012, 10:00AM
System Builder: Is 802.11ac worth adopting?

System Builder: Is 802.11ac worth adopting?

John Gillooly looks into the next generation of wireless technology and considers if it is worth buying.
By John Gillooly Nov 16 2012, 10:56AM
How to:  Back up all your devices

How to: Back up all your devices

It’s vital to back up not only PCs, but smartphones and tablets too. We show you how to protect every device you own.
By Darien Graham-Smith Nov 14 2012, 11:19AM
How to: Automate your web with ifttt

How to: Automate your web with ifttt

Overwhelmed by web services? ifttt is a free tool that can take care of many tasks automatically. Darien Graham-Smith shows how it’s done
By Darien Graham-Smith Nov 7 2012, 10:20AM
System Builder: The future of USB

System Builder: The future of USB

John Gillooly takes a look at what comes next for the most common of connection technologies.
By John Gillooly Nov 2 2012, 11:20AM
How to: Get the best from your batteries

How to: Get the best from your batteries

Looking for all-day performance? Darien Graham-Smith explores how the batteries in mobile devices work, and how to maximise capacity
By Darien Graham-Smith Oct 31 2012, 10:18AM
Seven ways to stay safe online

Seven ways to stay safe online

There are still a lot of people who take online security for granted, but here are seven tips to keep you safe and secure on the internet.
By Scott McKinnel Oct 23 2012, 10:37AM
An argument about fighting for privacy

An argument about fighting for privacy

Privacy is an even bigger issue than many people seem to think, says Rosalyn Page
By Rosalyn Page Oct 5 2012, 3:45PM
The top five Australian iPhone 5 plans

The top five Australian iPhone 5 plans

Buying an iPhone 5 this Friday? We recommend the best plans for every type of user.
By Jenneth Orantia Sep 17 2012, 3:43PM
Laptop Buyer's Guide - 10 essential things to know

Laptop Buyer's Guide - 10 essential things to know

Everything you need to know about buying your next laptop, from what you need in a processor, to whether or not an Ultrabook is right for you.
By John Gillooly Sep 3 2012, 2:42PM
Systembuilder: Of mice and mice

Systembuilder: Of mice and mice

It might be the humblest of the peripherals, but the mouse deserves more thought than many people give it. Here are some points to consider for your next mouse
By Matt Wilson Aug 10 2012, 4:49PM
Weekend Project: Take your OS with you

Weekend Project: Take your OS with you

There’s no need to haul a laptop around with you – simply carry your OS on a USB flash drive. Darien Graham-Smith shows you how
By Darien Graham-Smith Aug 3 2012, 12:55PM