Asus’ new Designo Curve MX34VQ monitor is aimed at… yeah, designers

by David Hollingworth  |  Tuesday 31 January 2017  | 0 Comments

Asus' new Designo Curve MX34VQ monitor is aimed at... yeah, designers

As the name also suggests… it’s curved, too!

The new 34 inch monitor boasts a resolution of 3440 x 1440, a curved screen that placed every pixel at an equal distance from your eyes, and 178-degree wide-view technology that means colours don’t shift as you change viewing position.

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Get ready for the 2G network shutdown

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by Anthony Agius 

Balancing cheap phones and plans to replace the soon to be dead 2G networks in Australia

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Internet of hacked things: the biggest threat to online safety is ourselves

The Four Corners revelations about hackers’ activities have highlighted that the threat to Australians — and anyone who uses the internet — is real.

The program focused very much on the technical attacks: the 5-10 per cent of hacks that are advanced, almost stereotypical, usually aimed at large organisations and quite often backed by a foreign government.… Read more --->

World’s first self-driving taxis debut in Singapore

The world’s first self-driving taxis are picking up passengers in Singapore.

Select members of the public began hailing free rides Thursday through their smartphones in taxis operated by nuTonomy, an autonomous vehicle software startup. While multiple companies, including Google and Volvo, have been testing self-driving cars on public roads for several years, nuTonomy says it is the first to offer rides to the public.… Read more --->

Don’t connect your charging cell to a computer or you may get hacked!

Don't connect your charging cell to a computer or you may get hacked!

Connecting your mobile device to a computer using a USB cable could make you vulnerable to hackers.

Experts at Kaspersky Lab tested a variety of smartphones with Android and iOS operating systems to comprehend what data is transferred when connected to a Mac or PC and discovered that a whole slew of data transfers to the computer while the two devices are connected.
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