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Six ways to stay safe online

If you are a relative novice when it comes to using the Internet, there are few things you should know to keep yourself safe, especially when e-mailing and using social media.

Telstra is holding back broadband

Fresh from losing the chance to build Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN), Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo was last week shouting about some new technologies from the rooftops.

Telstra's e-mail support gave me the $#!@%

Moving house is never easy, and it can be downright frustrating if you have to get Telstra involved. You'll need to get Telstra involved if you want to install a phone line that will allow you to go with any third-party ISP of your choice.

Sex, censorship and the Net

I don't know what it is -- the holidays, the waning days of the Bush Administration, or just something in the air -- but the war over sex on the Net has reached a new and disturbing level.

Free Internet!

Yes you heard me right. Free Internet... if you happen to live in the Domus apartment complex in Perth. If not, sorry, but no free Internet for you.

Extending your network’s reach

Wireless networks sure do offer convenience and ease of use when it comes to browsing the Web from your laptop, or sharing your printer across many computers.

Next G gets a speed boost

Telstra today announced that the world's first commercial call over a 21Mbps eHSPA network was made in Australia last week.

Telstra will win the NBN contract

There is a good chance that Telstra will win the contract for the national broadband network, because the government will deem it to be the safest option in this time of economic uncertainty.

Julie Amero case, part II: May the farce be with you

The Julie Amero case has stirred up a lot of emotions, including some from Cringe readers who feel I was less than fair in my description of the expert witness hired by Amero's attorney, Herb Horner. You know what? They're right.

A furious Storm

As I sit here playing with my brand spanking new BlackBerry Storm, I'm initially impressed.

The Julie Amero case: A dangerous farce

Since I posted my screed last week about Julie Amero, the Connecticut middle school teacher who almost did hard time because a computer in her classroom was infected with malware, I heard from many Cringesters -- including a handful of people with in...

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