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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In the latest computer repairs news Google reinvents Wallet and turns your phones into virtual cards. I have written about this type of technology before and although Adaptu Wallet remains my favourite replacement for financial conscience, it does not allow payment by phone. In other words, it does not allow the user to operate their smartphone as if it were a bankcard/bank teller/etc. And as long as my computer repairs geeks need to carry bank teller machines and customers need to go through their array of cards to complete transactions and pay for service – with everything often ending up back at ‘sign this bit of paper’ stage, – I will remain to be very interested in all things that make this part of business easier for all parties… Continue reading “Computer repairs blog: Google reinvents its Wallet with virtual card” »

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While lacking the *glamour* of the new MacBook Air or the iMac, the new Mac Mini is fast becoming a capable little machine. Continue reading “Faster, cheaper and more tempting than before” »

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This newly instated New South Wales Government ICT Board has already convened its first monthly meeting. The board is made up of the Director Generals of major NSW Government agencies with agency CIO’s making up the ICT Leadership group. Continue reading “Private cloud shapes as an option to end agency turf war.” »

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The tablet wars are definitely getting hotter in Australia… Telstra has just announced that it will sell the Motorola Xoom on its NextG network from next month. This news, of course, comes as the other main competitor to iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab will be sold through Vodaphone from next week. Continue reading “Tablet wars are hotting up, but iPad still rules supreme” »

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HP TouchSmart 610 and 9300 Elite was recently released by HP as the answer to Apple’s iPad. Its main claim to fame is a reclining screen. Does this make it special? Not sure, but lets see. Continue reading “Review of HP competition for iPad – reclining desktop computer” »

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iPad 2 will hit Australia on March 25. Here are a few things you need to know before getting your hands on one of them.

The next-generation iPad is lighter, speedier and gutsier than the beloved original. It also has new features, for example, front and rear cameras. And while Apple is remaining quiet about the new addition and is yet to set a price for Australian markets, I can help you get your head around all the hype. Continue reading “iPad 2 and some more information from your friendly computer repairs people” »

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According to theregister.com.uk, a raving big hole has been identified in Internet Explorer 9′s do-not-track technology. When asked, Mr Microsoft apparently claimed it was a feature not a flaw. Continue reading “Review of IE9 most unusual new feature” »

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The trailer of the new sex game “We Dare” was released at an official You Tube link last week and has already gone viral. The trailer features two young couples in a series of sexually suggestive situations. Continue reading “I dare you to We Dare or more on using your Wii controller in ways you have never though possible review” »

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Hands up if you have an iPhone? Chances are you and many of your friends and family do. With the impending release of the iPhone 4g to the Australian market, there has certainly been a buzz in the media, nerd ranks and iPhone aficionados, and it’s no surprise really. Ever since the release of the first iPhone to the Australian market, it has been considered one of the best phones that has incredible flexibility. Apply struck gold with their original formula and have been slowly tweaking it, listening to consumer feedback and demands and this still holds true for the next generation, the iPhone 4g.

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