“Unlimited” mobile data deals are here, but are they worth your money? Meanwhile, there’s a new version of Windows 10 in town, as well as Optus’ reveal of its new World Cup streaming rights. All this and more in the latest episode!
What’s the future of the NBN? Should WhatsApp be encrypted? Should vendors kill old hardware on a whim? All this and CNET Editor Nic Healey in the latest episode!
Got something lurking in your Internet history you’re not especially proud of? There are ways to cover (some) of your tracks.
Privacy Awareness Week sounds like one of those terribly worthy but terribly dull concepts, but it’s something that a lot more of us should take quite seriously.
Forget keyboards and touchscreens — the future of computing interactions is right in front of your eyes.
Forget TouchID. The future of smartphone security is in your eyes.
Will the proposed Anti-Piracy code crack the piracy problem — and how can you have your say? Will Metadata collection invade your privacy, or is it a fait accompli? Also in this episode, Alex and Adam discuss Vodafone’s new sharing data deals, Gemalto’s allegedly cracked SIMs, the new NBN HFC […]
Over at Gizmodo Australia, Luke Hopewell’s written a passionate piece about Uber and privacy, and why anyone using a smartphone doesn’t get to complain about privacy any more. I think he’s dead wrong on this one.
Over at ABC’s The Drum, I’ve pondered over the security implications of having your pictures — or anything else — in the cloud.
Apple’s issued a statement relating to the hacking of celebrity iCloud accounts, stating that there was no breach to iCloud or Find My iPhone. It’s an interesting statement — but I’m not sure that it means what a lot of people think it means.