How to secure your Android web browsing

It makes sense to take the time to encrypt any data travelling across free Wi-Fi networks, so here’s how to secure your browsing on Android.

Best BlackBerry Apps, July 2013

SayIt Built for BlackBerryAsk your BlackBerry anything.Price: $5.49 | Developer: BachKhoa University | From: App WorldEven though BlackBerry 10 comes with built-in voice commands for opening apps dialling contacts making appointments and more there’s still a stark difference between its functionality and that of the de facto standard Apple’s Siri.SayIt Built for BlackBerry is an…

Netgear D6300 802.11ac modem router review

Price: $340  |  Website: netgear.com.au The sole ADSL router we were able to acquire for this feature the D6300 is perfect for those who have ADSL2+ but want to be ready when the National Broadband Network (NBN) fibre comes along. As has become the trend in new ADSL routers it includes both an ADSL2+ port…

Affordable servers for home or office

As the number of connected devices in the home continues to explode the need for a home network has never been greater. With so many different tablets laptops media extenders and other multimedia-munching devices creeping into every room of the house it makes sense to have a centralised storage device to host all of your…

Lexmark OfficeEdge Pro5500 review

Unashamedly business-oriented the Pro5500 is on the large side for an A4 inkjet but it sports some worthwhile features.Like a growing number of printers the Pro5500 is web-enabled through a series of SmartSolutions that can be installed via the Lexmark web site. These provide PC-free access to a variety of online services ranging from RSS…

Canon Pixma MX895 review

The MX895 is the latest in a long series of inkjet all-in-ones from Canon. Its features include USB Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity faxing a small (3in/7.6cm) yet clear and bright display and a set of buttons that are backlit to show only the controls relevant to the current mode. The Canon can reduce show-through when…