Good enough 5G fixed-wireless broadband could change everything

Congratulations to Optus for re-creating fixed-wireless internet in Australia, and overbuilding parts of the nation that are currently covered by a government-owned wholesaler with ridiculous return expectations. As the National Broadband Network (NBN) company would happily inform Optus, its fixed-wireless network has been beset by congestion issues, is unprofitable, and is incapable of hitting 100Mbps […]

Top 70 Shoe Trends in February

From Restorative Sneaker Cleaning Products to Split-Toe Footwear The February 2019 shoe trends gather concepts from wearable brands of different ranges, covering athletic footwear, luxury fashion footwear, casual footwear, and more. The expansive list of shoe ideas highlights branded designs, environmentally friendly construction, and sustainability overall. A great idea comes from luxury fashion house Maison […]

ACCAN: Low-income Australians cannot afford NBN

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has called on the federal government to assist “financially stressed Australians” who cannot afford to pay for National Broadband Network (NBN) services. Under its No Australian Left Offline initiative, ACCAN said a wholesale broadband concession of AU$20 a month should be provided to around 1 million low-income households, […]

Microsoft: Improved security features are delaying hackers from attacking Windows users

Image: Matt Miller Constant security improvements to Microsoft products are finally starting to pay off dividends, a Microsoft security engineer revealed last week. Speaking at the BlueHat security conference in Israel, Microsoft security engineer Matt Miller said that widespread mass exploitation of security flaws against Microsoft users is now uncommon –the exception to the rule, […]