Category Archives: Tech

Easter Trading Hours Opening Times

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

Just a quick note that we are open over Easter on the following days. Friday – CLOSED Saturday – 10am-2pm Sunday – 10am-2pm Monday – 10am-2pm We will then commence normal trading hours after that with our usual 7 day …

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Cheap Apple iPhone Rumours

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

The recent rumours about Apple releasing a cheap iphone 4 version seem to losing even more traction lately. Many blogs and sites are continuing on the actions of Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller, who told Chinese newspaper Shanghai …

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Microsoft Office 2010 – 2 PC $275 RRP $379

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

Over at Bat Tech you can pick up a copy of Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Business for just $275, down from an RRP of $379 and typical street price of around $300. Limited stock but you can choose between …

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Zune music streaming comes to Australia to challenge Apple

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

Apple is now challenged by Microsoft as they introduce Zune Music streaming service to Australia. Zune Music Pass or the “all-you-can-eat music service,” is available for an AU $11.99 monthly subscription fee or AU $119.90 subscription fee which is valid …

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Retailer sells Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 despite Apple injunction

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

An Australian judge has given Apple a temporary injunction against Samsung last October. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 was banned from being sold in Australia but the court order wasn’t able to stop some defiant Australian companies. Australian retailers have …

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Sony Recruit IT Security Boss After Hacking Attack

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

Following in the wake of the disastrous and damaging attack on their gaming network platform, Sony have finalised the recruitment of ex US National Cyber Security Centre Philip Reitinger. After the attack, which affected over 100 million account holders and …

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IPv4 To IPv6 Changeover

Posted ago by Kevin Orchard

IPv6 is coming, ensure you are prepared. For most people no changes will need to be made. Google has released some information to help users through the transition. On June 8th, 2011 — World IPv6 Day (http://worldipv6day.org/) — major web …

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