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The Pen is the first Chromebook stylus from Logitech.
The NSWEC has sent iVote to the bench as it works to rectify the system's issues by next year's state general election.
Australia's Information Commissioner has called for a positive duty on organisations to handle personal information fairly and reasonably in light of the federal government considering amendments to the Privacy Act.
The processor packs Samsung's own Xclipse GPU based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture that the South Korean company says will offer a console-level gaming experience in smartphones.
Satellite provider says it is waiting on Tongan government to activate its contract.
12-hour pause after users complained their accounts were being drained.
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Sales and marketing executive Juan Manuel Gómez takes the helm.
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Monetary Authority of Singapore warns again about the high risks involved in cryptocurrency trading and instructs providers of such services not to publicly promote or advertise their offerings, as doing so may encourage consumers to trade on impulse.
Resumes have long been part of the hiring process, but they're no longer a useful tool for assessing a candidate's skill.
Totallee is known for minimalist cases that add a removable skin to your phone. There are several new color and material options for the iPhone 13 Pro Max, including MagSafe support.
Internet of Things devices are driving up the number of Linux malware variants.
Illuminate Education said it is "working to restore service as soon as possible" after a security incident shut down the platform.
Core Python developers had a chaotic start to 2022, but they're creating headway on making Python a faster language like C.
EFF urges Apple to follow Google and give smartphone users the option to dodge 2G.
Google, LinkedIn and Amazon also ranked highly on Check Point Research's list.