Optus shakes up MVNO market with amaysim acquisition and Gomo launch announcements
(Interesting, no mention made of Crcles.Life)
Optus has unveiled its plans to disrupt and reinforce its presence in Australia’s Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) market. The Company has announced two bold initiatives: first, entering into a purchase agreement with amaysim (ASX: AYS) to acquire Australia’s largest MVNO mobile business; and second, launching Gomo, a new digital brand designed for those seeking simple plans and budget friendly telecommunication services.… Read more --->
Wi-Fi Calling also known as VoWiFi enables you to make voice calls on your Android phone using Wi-Fi instead of the cellular networks. Where you get that WiFi from doesn’t matter so much – it could come from your NBN or work broadband connection, a public WiFi hotspot, or your neighbour.… Read more --->
If you bought a MacBook or iMac because you thought it couldn’t get viruses or malware – you’re in for a nasty surprise.
Not only can Mac computers be struck down with the same annoying malware as other computers, they’re now targeted more than their rivals.
Watch Computer Pros Get Excited About Windows 95…in 1995
In this classic episode of Computer Chronicles, host Stewart Cheifet explores the newly-released Windows 95. He invites Microsoft representatives to walk through new features and show off the groundbreaking operating system.
by David Hollingworth | Tuesday 31 January 2017 | 0 Comments
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.