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Asustor AS3102T review: a fast, flexible 2-bay NAS 

Asustor AS3102T review: a fast, flexible 2-bay NAS

Asustor's entry-level 2-bay network attached storage device could be equally useful in the (small) office or home.
How fragile is the Samsung Galaxy S8? 

How fragile is the Samsung Galaxy S8?

The S8 is superior to the S7 in every way, except in its ability to handle a fall, according to recent drop testing.
Kiwi runs Gmail as a desktop app 

Kiwi runs Gmail as a desktop app

The popular Mac tool, Kiwi for Gmail 2.0, is now available as a free (and premium) app for Windows.
Microsoft releases a new, free task manager 

Microsoft releases a new, free task manager

Microsoft To-Do is a Windows, cloud and mobile app that will replace Wunderlist, according to an official blog post.
How to customise Windows' defaults 

How to customise Windows' defaults

Our detailed guide shows how to change Windows 10's default programs, file associations, email, search, printer and device settings.
Up and running with Linux's most useful commands 

Up and running with Linux's most useful commands

Get to know the Linux command line with these common tasks.
Mastercard credit card has a built-in fingerprint sensor 

Mastercard credit card has a built-in fingerprint sensor

The commerce giant trials a new card with a thumb-sized fingerprint reader.
Facebook reveals upcoming VR and AR features 

Facebook reveals upcoming VR and AR features

The social media giant has revealed how it will add virtual and augmented reality technologies to the platform.
HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 review: a fast, affordable all-in-one printer  

HP OfficeJet Pro 8720 review: a fast, affordable all-in-one printer

Need a multifunction printer for a busy home/small office? HP's OfficeJet Pro 8720 will do the job – without breaking the bank.
Google and Facebook move into job search 

Google and Facebook move into job search

LinkedIn and Seek dominate the Australian job search market, but is that about to change?
Samsung Galaxy S8 review: the best phone ever 

Samsung Galaxy S8 review: the best phone ever

You know you want one. Here's the justification for getting Samsung's latest flagship phone.
Australian organisations targeted via zero-day Word bug 

Australian organisations targeted via zero-day Word bug

Microsoft Word users should update the application to fix a zero-day bug that has been "used to infect millions", say researchers.
How to install an SSD and boost your PC's performance 

How to install an SSD and boost your PC's performance

Your guide to installing a solid state drive and transferring files from the old disk – without having to re-install Windows.
Linux vs Windows: should you take the plunge? 

Linux vs Windows: should you take the plunge?

Can the open source upstart really stand up to Microsoft's juggernaut? We compare the two operating systems.
Dell Precision 5520 review: workstation power in a small chassis 

Dell Precision 5520 review: workstation power in a small chassis

Dell has crammed a 15.6in screen and workstation power inside a sleek, 14in notebook chassis, but is it worth its hefty price?
LG G6 review: a 5.7in phone that fits comfortably in your hand 

LG G6 review: a 5.7in phone that fits comfortably in your hand

LG's new flagship phone offers an innovative, taller 5.7in screen that makes it easy to hold. But how does the rest of the handset stack up?
Kaspersky reports increase in ransomware attacks  

Kaspersky reports increase in ransomware attacks

The security company says easy-to-use tools make ransomware attacks easier to implement.
Five free tools to lock down your privacy on Windows 10 

Five free tools to lock down your privacy on Windows 10

Want to protect your privacy following revelations about what data Windows 10 is collecting about you? Here are five tools that may help.
Swift 7 review: Acer's new ultra-slim ultrabook 

Swift 7 review: Acer's new ultra-slim ultrabook

The Acer Swift 7 is an incredibly thin laptop that you'll want to buy at first sight – just make sure you can live with its compromises.
Microsoft reveals what data Windows 10 is collecting 

Microsoft reveals what data Windows 10 is collecting

Want to know what data is collected about you and your system, and how that data is used? Microsoft comes clean.
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