By Christian Ramirez Ever been a victim to credit card fraud? That’s in the past with one credit card’s new “selfie” authentication.
By Jamie Toomey @jamietoomeylive Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the company’s new flagship smartphones for the first quarter of 2016. The phones include state of the art cameras with low light performance, built-in IP68 waterproofing, and a 30 per cent faster CPU. The micro SD card slot for expandable […]
By Nick Cavaretta Microsoft has released their next generation operating system, Windows 8, to the public. Technology magazines and websites are pushing mixed reviews whilst the hacking community is pushing for a working activation crack.
In our first-ever STM podcast, NICK CAVARRETTA broaches the subject of bands buying facebook likes with Chris Penney from Glitter Canyon, who bought 1000 likes for his band’s page, and Matthew Carpenter from GetWithSocial.com, who sells facebook likes to anyone who is willing to pay for them. This is a common practice, but who is […]
By Andrew Garland Hi, my name’s @AndriouxGarland and I’m a twitter addict. I’m fairly new to Twitter. In fact, it was forced upon me as part of my journalism and communications course at TAFE. With Twitter, it wasn’t that I didn’t fully understand the concept. I just didn’t really care. So when @babelfishes insisted we start an […]