It takes a special person indeed to put up with chasing me around the city to pick up my laptop. They delivered it back to me in Cherrybrook at the end of the day, all fixed! Thank you so much boys.
Mona, Camden

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Nowadays, online computer repair services are getting popular. With exponential increase in the use of computers, the number of computer service and maintenance issues an average consumer can experience has also gone up. By far the most common problem vexing us is virus, spyware and adware infections. These do not allow the computer to function properly, make it slow and in the worst case scenario, may be a privacy risk. The other two common issues are a) various software malfunctions and b) hardware damage or failure. Continue reading “Computer service and maintenance online and why you should consider it” »

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Like all other machines, computers can also break down. Hardware related problems are very common for both old and new computers. However, there are some problems with computer hardware that can be resolved with some tweaks or clicks. The best case fans are usually built in a way to prevent most of these preventable issues. Noted below are 6 common hardware problems related to PCs and some possible solutions that you can try yourself without calling the computer service brigade . Continue reading “6 Frequent Computer Service Problems and Ways to Fix Them” »

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Apples job posting reads:  *The candidate will be responsible for overseeing the protection of, and managing risks to, Apple’s unreleased products and related intellectual property. The position will reside in Cupertino, California and will require up to 30% travel (international and domestic)*. Continue reading “Lost iPhone5 encourages jobs growth at Apple” »

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There is quite a simple way to describe the difference between a traditional firewall and a next generation firewall and that is that the next generation has more detailed and precise controls. In firewall speak , it is all about *widening the 5-tuple*. Continue reading “Feeling security conscious? What is a next-generation firewall?” »

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If you manage it correctly Twitter can be a very valuable resource, so, today we will take a look at six different tools that can help you sort things out. Continue reading “Six tools that can help your business tame Twitter” »

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It began with the telegram, and progressed to the letter, but the introduction of the Internet threatened to wipe out the way we use Australia Post. But, then shoppers have started to desert the shops for online stores, so, for Australia Post whose job it is to deliver all these goods people are buying on line is now laughing. Continue reading “Online shopping rules: retailers are not happy but Australia Post is laughing” »

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Sony is treading uncertain waters as the company’s executive deputy president – and the likely successor to CEO Howard Stringer – Kaz Hirai offered their “deepest and sincerest apologies” during a press conference in Tokyo. Continue reading “Sony has had to build extra firewalls to keep hackers out, but what was the loss to customers?” »

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Buying a computer is not an easy task. Gone are the days when we only had two or three options before us. Now, the choices are endless, with more and more models coming online every month. As consumers, we are confused and the choices make the decision even harder. Continue reading “Are you looking at buying a new computer?” »

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OK, so you are having an issue with your laptop. I understand it can be frustrating, but before you get out the screw driver and circular saw, have a look at these six things which can often be overlooked, but are crucial to remember before your laptop ends up being a heap of screws. Continue reading “Is amateur DIY the wisest choice for your laptop” »

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