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The 80s are calling: Commodore 64 gets a remake
In the last few years we’ve seen a bunch of remakes and releases of some of the old gaming platforms like the Sega Mega Drive, PS One and the Super Nintendo – but why stop there?
How the Intel vPro platform helps enterprises save money
"The Intel vPro platform makes investing in modern PCs an easy decision."
Gartner provides 7 steps for dealing with Spectre and Meltdown
No doubt you’ve heard of Spectre and Meltdown before, given security researchers are calling them ‘catastrophic’ - here's Gartner's advice.
Transform your PC into an AI supercomputer
“Our vision for Volta was to push the outer limits of high-performance computing and AI..."
How to keep your company safe from complex cyber threats
An advanced persistent threat is a set of stealthy and continuous computer hacking processes, designed to be evolving, polymorphic and dynamic...
This PC has all of the processing power a designer will ever need
It's not hard to see how ASUS impressed the design society with the ESC510 G4 SFF...
8th gen Intel processors are now a thing, rendering my ‘new’ laptop worthless
The new processor family includes the 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor, which is meant to be the best desktop gaming processor ever...
The University of Auckland jumps into human to computer relations research
"We are delighted to welcome Dr Nanayakkara to the University, he is an outstanding young researcher..."
Rule the game with the ultimate HD monitor
The Agon AG251FZ is a 24.5 inch TN panel AMD Free-Sync monitor that brings users seamless, lag-free gaming...
Aussies face more web laws
After raising a hue and cry with its planned mandatory internet filter, the Australian government is pondering a law requiring ISPs to disconnect users who don’t have a firewall and anti-virus software installed on their computer.
Time to check your computer health
ACC pays out $28 million a year for injuries incurred through OOS (occupational overuse syndrome).