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How MYOB Portal makes life easier for this car servicing business 

How MYOB Portal makes life easier for this car servicing business

No matter what business you're in, secure online communication with your accountant can be a real timesaver.
How to get Google Apps without the admin chores 

How to get Google Apps without the admin chores

If Google Apps appeals but you don't want to be bothered with even the minimal administrative load involved, Crucial will look after the chores for you.
Malware: another reason to not jailbreak your iPhone 

Malware: another reason to not jailbreak your iPhone

Jailbreaking is a double-edged sword - and you may not be holding the hilt.
Sony claims 'thinnest, lightest, brightest' tablet crown with Xperia Z4 

Sony claims 'thinnest, lightest, brightest' tablet crown with Xperia Z4

Most of the tablets we've spotted in small businesses have been iPads being used as point-of-sale devices, but what's happening behind the scenes is anyone's guess.
Optus stretches mobile broadband expiry 

Optus stretches mobile broadband expiry

More data for your money, longer expiry, and more room for data rollovers: what's not to like?
LibreOffice gains some new tricks 

LibreOffice gains some new tricks

The free productivity suite finally adds easy Emoji-ing - but please don't overdo it! Fried-egg, small-fish, elephant, sad-kiwifruit.
Finding a Reckon partner made easier 

Finding a Reckon partner made easier

Reckon has opened a new web site to help users of its accounting systems find accountants, bookkeepers, trainers and business consultants who understand the software.
Facebook milestone: 1 billion users in a single day 

Facebook milestone: 1 billion users in a single day

1 in 7 people on the planet logged into social network on Monday
Can we trust antivirus companies anymore? 

Can we trust antivirus companies anymore?

Tom Brewster investigates whether governments and the antivirus industry colluded to allow surveillance software through their defences
WOW! So language. Very technology. Much changing.  

WOW! So language. Very technology. Much changing.

New ways of speaking, new ways of writing, new ways of emailing. Can our language can withstand the OMGs, LOLcats and smiley faces?
Android Wear comes to the iPhone (sort of). What does this mean?  

Android Wear comes to the iPhone (sort of). What does this mean?

You'll now be able to use the LG Watch Urbane and forthcoming Android Wear devices with an iPhone. But there's a catch
HP Pavilion x2 review: Cheap, but sleek - a great budget hybrid 

HP Pavilion x2 review: Cheap, but sleek - a great budget hybrid

It's built to a budget, but the HP Pavilion x2 performs its laptop and tablet roles with aplomb
Want to see leaked images of Microsoft's new Lumia phones? 

Want to see leaked images of Microsoft's new Lumia phones?

Renders of Microsoft's new flagship devices have hit the internet
In the Amazon Underground... everything is free? 

In the Amazon Underground... everything is free?

Amazon's new, and completely free, app store could make Amazon king of the apps
DesignCrowd adds automatic translation for overseas designers 

DesignCrowd adds automatic translation for overseas designers

Design competition crowdsourcing site DesignCrowd is now automatically translating design briefs into five languages.
Say goodbye to OneDrive Groups 

Say goodbye to OneDrive Groups

If you've a) actually been using OneDrive and b) gone so far as to actually have been using OneDrive's Groups feature, it's time to take action.
PayPal One Touch helps your customers keep shopping 

PayPal One Touch helps your customers keep shopping

A new PayPal feature lets customers log into the payments service on one retailer's site and then keep shopping at other eligible online stores while they use the same device and browser.
Pirate hunters claim another Victorian scalp 

Pirate hunters claim another Victorian scalp

We don't know whether Victoria is a hotbed of unlicensed software usage, has a larger proportion of whistleblowers, or if it's just that BSA has it in for the state, but three of the last four wins announced by the software industry body have involved Victorian companies.
A hydrogen battery could power your iPhone for a week 

A hydrogen battery could power your iPhone for a week

Rumours suggest Apple is already working with the company responsible
Can an identical twin break Windows Hello? 

Can an identical twin break Windows Hello?

RealSense camera technology has been put to the test, as six identical twins try to break into their sibling's Windows account

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