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Yahoo is the latest big tech company to be the victim of a large scale security breach. Although in Yahoo’s case, it’s somewhat broken the scale used to measure such matters. Yahoo has reported that some 500 million user account details, including user names, email addresses, telephone numbers and hashed passwords may have been stolen… More 

lightning

As Apple ditches the headphone jack, the sound quality of Lightning audio gear depends on its Digital to Analogue Converter. Apple is painting the loss of the analogue headphones jack as a great leap forward, but “digital sound” doesn’t automatically mean great sound. The digital signal coming out of the iPhone’s Lightning port still needs… More 

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If you’re using the same password for multiple online services then you might be handing hackers the keys to your business. Coming up with a new password each time you sign up for a new service can be a hassle, but not as much of a hassle as dealing with a digital break-in. If you’re… More 

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In a period that will span just over a fortnight, Apple will have released major software updates for its smartphones and tablets (iOS 10), wearables (watchOS3), Apple TV set top box (tvOS 10) and Apple Macs (macOS Sierra, technically Mac OS 10.12). The latter three were all released in Australia on the 14th of September,… More