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As many of you know, here at RingIt we are MASSIVE supporters of Brisbane Roar FC. Tomorrow night they undertake the epic task of crushing (or at least narrowly beating) the WSW to secure a place in the 2013 Hyundai ALeague Grand Final. To get ourselves and our followers pumped, we are giving away one Brisbane Roar (Away) Jersey, one ball , one cap and 6 subscriptions of AVG Internet Security Anti-Virus (9 separate prizes in total) . Continue Reading

Taping Over Prying Eyes Of Web Spies

IT experts are resorting to some simple techniques to secure their webcams.

 

Many Australian and international IT security experts are using Post-it notes, electrical tape, Band-Aids and even cigarette papers to secure their computer web cameras from hackers.
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Facebook Phone Could Come To Australia

Facebook is working with international partners to pre-install Facebook Home on other Android devices.

 

If you were banking on an all-singing, all-dancing Facebook phone then you might be disappointed with today’s announcements from Zuckerberg. We’ve seen Facebook phones in the past and they didn’t exactly set the world on fire. Continue Reading

Top 10 Reasons To Power Your Website With WordPress

These days, building a website doesn’t require that you launch Dreamweaver and spend hours poring over the raw HTML code that’ll ultimately form your website. Instead, beginning and advanced webmasters alike can take advantage of a whole host of tools designed to make website creation and management as easy as possible – including everything from web host-specific site building tools to third-party content management systems (CMSs) like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal.

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Home Office Produces Hardest Workers

People who work from home start earlier, work up to three hours longer and get more done, a Melbourne University study found.

 

Staying in touch with the office by email or video conference gave workers more control and left them energised, less stressed and with fewer distractions, the study, published in the Telecommunications Journal of Australia, reported.

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New keyboard shortcuts for Windows 8 and Windows RT

With Windows 8 and Windows RT, you can use the keyboard shortcuts you’re already using, and you’ll find new ones too. For example, the easiest way to search on the Start screen is to simply start typing. Not on the Start screen? Press the Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key and you can quickly switch between Start and the app you’re in.

 

If you’re not familiar with keyboard shortcuts—or you’d like to see a list of shortcuts in one place—see the bigger list of keyboard shortcuts.

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Ransom racket hits Brisbane businesses

More than 100 Queensland businesses may have fallen victim to hackers holding their computer files to ransom, police say.
 
Medical centres in Brisbane’s CBD and Chermside have been held to ransom over their financial data and patient records.
 
A Miami medical centre on the Gold Coast fell victim to “ransomware” hackers earlier this month, with Russian criminals demanding $4000 for the centre’s medical records to be decrypted. Continue Reading

Windows 8 versions: which is right for you?

With only two versions of Windows 8 to be available to consumers, plus one for ARM devices (pre-installed only), what you get ought to be straightforward.

 

But, as is usual with a new version of Windows, there’s still room for confusion because what you get with each version overlaps slightly. Continue Reading

Next Up for the Surface Family: Surface with Windows 8 Pro – Pricing

It’s hard to believe it’s been just over a month since Surface with Windows RT hit the market. The response from Surface customers has been fantastic and exciting to see. In addition to sharing the terrific results that Microsoft is seeing with Windows 8 at a technology conference earlier this week, we also announced that Surface with Windows 8 Pro would be available in January 2013. Continue Reading

Microsoft Surface RT Australian Hands-On: The Pristine Wilderness

Everyone who has gone hands-on with the Surface RT this week has said the same thing: they wanted to like it, but just couldn’t get there when the rubber hit the road. One of the first Surface RT units landed in Australia this morning, and we got hands on with it. Is it really the misfire people are labelling it as? Not necessarily.

 

Microsoft’s communication strategy for Windows 8 has been nothing short of genius. It keeps the tech-obsessed like you and I always wanting more. First a developer preview featuring a bold new look, then a refined consumer preview, then a steady stream of promotional videos before the first hands-on with the Surface RT. Continue Reading