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NordVPN – An Easy & Safe VPN Service
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Online security and privacy has become a major talking point nowadays when it comes to web usage. The reality is, our activity online is simply not secure or encrypted without the use of a VPN service. More and more of … Read More

Top 7 Hardest Video Games of All Time
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Top 7 Hardest Video Games of All Time Video games come in all types of difficulty levels, ranging from casual, quick and easy all the way to frustratingly challenging. Retro games tended to offer much greater challenge than modern titles, … Read More

5 Myths About Apple
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

5 Myths about Apple. Number 1: Macs don’t get viruses. False! There are plenty of viruses and malware out there for Macs, just a lot less than Windows PCs. Malware developers prefer to target Windows-based machines because there are a … Read More

Rumor: Apple iWatch to arrive in Autumn 2014
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Rumours from the Wall Street Journal strongly suggest that Apple will unveil their much anticipated Smartwatch – the iWatch in the Autumn of this year. This proposed date could put the iWatch in the same launch window as Apple’s upcoming … Read More

Mac Vs PC – How they built our technology culture
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Posted on by Laurence Griffin

Ever since the initial launch of Windows 95, the competitive element of the GUI we still use and recognise today, originated by Mac OS System 1, was to now finally go head to head in this highly competitive market. In … Read More

Microsoft & Apple set to justify their High prices in Australia
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Tech giants, Microsoft and Apple may finally have to justify the extortionate pricing of their products in Australia. This week, Australian parliamentary officials have begun a formal enquiry to investigate why Aussie consumers are forced to pay up to 50% more than … Read More

2012 Technology: A year in Review (Video)
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

It’s hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, for me personally it’s felt like a long year and a big one in terms of Technology. Over the course of the last twelve months we’ve had some major developments … Read More

Twitter finally allows users to archive their Tweets
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Between YouTube unveiling their new Capture app for iOS and Facebook announcing videos ads, it’s been a busy week in the world of social media and now Twitter is getting in on the act with their new archive feature. For … Read More

Tech Poll: What Version of Windows are you running?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

  Back in September, Windows 7 finally surpassed Windows XP in global popularity. Mac OS X also surpassed Windows Vista, however the newly launched Windows 8 seems to be finding user adoption a more difficult undertaking than its predecessor. Thus … Read More

Lack78 Tech videos Recap
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

For those of you who may have missed my most recent technology news videos on YouTube now is the perfect time to catch up. On July 5th I uploaded the video entitled: ACTA Defeated! / 75-inch Smart TV / iPad Mini. … Read More

Google I/O 2012 Discussion Video
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Google’s 2012 I/O keynote event certainly was jam-packed with exciting new product announcements. The most notable ones included the launch of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Google Nexus 7 Tablet, the Nexus Q media steaming device and the new Chrome … Read More

WWDC 2012 Video Analysis: Retina Display MacBook Pro, iOS 6, Mountain Lion and more
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

In the world of technology news it rarely gets much bigger than an Apple keynote. Certainly the fanfare and consumer expectation is always high and the WWDC 2012 is perhaps Apple’s biggest annual event. This year Tim Cook and the … Read More

Have you Jailbroken your iOS device?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Jailbreaking iOS devices is nothing new. Cydia has allowed the iPhone to be unlocked and modified with new innovative features designed by enterprising users. For those who are tired of being chained to Apple’s limited ecosystem, Jailbreaking brings apps and … Read More

Apple Launches iBooks 2 with e-TextBooks & iBooks Author
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Today Apple introduced what could be the future of education at a special keynote event in New York’s Guggenheim Museum. The new digital textbooks along with iBooks Author were launched by Senior Apple VP Phil Schiller. The new iBooks 2 … Read More

CES 2012 Video Review
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

CES continues to be the centerpiece of the technology consumer event calendar. Now in its 45th year the 2012 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show has been the biggest to date. This year Microsoft took their final bow at the … Read More

Chrome Rises as Internet Explorer Continues to Fall
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Microsoft may still be the dominant player of the desktop web browser market but Internet Explorer’s stranglehold is beginning to gradually decline with its competitors making serious inroads. With 37.8% of the market share in 2012 IE remains the undisputed … Read More

9 Google and YouTube Easter Eggs
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Easter eggs, you’ve got to love them. Secret hidden features, wacky jokes and games within games are nothing new and date back to the 1980’s Atari title, Adventure. Hidden tracks on CDs can also be considered Easter eggs and occasionally … Read More

Windows 8 Explorer To Feature Ribbon UI But is it Enough?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Microsoft have unveiled another raft of improvements for their upcoming Windows 8 OS with some refinements to the Windows Explorer. The Redmond Software giant has listened to it’s users and has apparently attempted to create a better file management experience, … Read More

Apple updates Mac Mini, MacBook Air with Sandy Bridge & ThunderBolt
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Coinciding with the launch of OS X Lion, Apple have introduced extensive updates to their MacBook Air and Mac Mini lineups. Both machines now include ThunderBolt highspeed I/O ports, faster graphics and the latest Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs. Euro prices … Read More

OS X Lion now on Sale in Mac App Store
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Apple’s 8th major release of their Mac OS X operating system has now been officially added to the App Store now for €23.99. Lion marks the first time that physical Disc-based media has been abandoned in favor of an exclusive … Read More