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Malware targeting Australian health sector's Windows XP devices
The Royal Melbourne Hospital has targeted by key-logging Malware, shutting down the pathology department.
Aussie bitcoin inventor traded $61.1m coins for gold and software
Bitcoin inventor sold $61.1m of his currency for gold and software in 2013.
Bitcoin inventor is an Australian man, sources claim
Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto has been named as an Australian.
Australia implementing digital drivers licences before 2019
Australian state will be implementing digital drivers licenses late 2018.
Microsoft looks to clear its Surface, offers $500AU off for Aussies
Microsoft attempts to clear Surface models with Black Friday sales down under, offering $400AU off its top model.
This robot can build a four-bedroom brick house in two days, no humans
The Hadrian 109 robot can lay a four-bedroom brick house in two days without human help, mortar and all.
Stats show Aussies watch more pornography on Easter Monday
Aussies are more likely to watch pornography on Easter Monday, says insight report.
CG Spectrum offers $500k AU in scholarships to help Aussie VFX artists
CG Spectrum offers up $500,000 worth of scholarships to budding VFX experts, coinciding with PAX Australia 2015.
Australian Dota 2 and CS:GO servers are down and no one knows why
CS:GO and Dota 2 hasn't worked all day in Australia and no one knows why - are Valve busy watching Back to the Future re-runs?
Razer offers Aussie LoL fans a ticket for worldwide travel
Razer is flying three fans to the LoL Championship semi and grand finals, purchase of a Razer product gets you in the draw.
Australian Government emails surface from Ashley Madison hack
Ashley Madison hack reveals that over 700 Australian Government employee's have used their work email address to sign up.
Aussies Buy Better With Bountye
Aussie cloud service gets the tick to serve its government
Aussie cloud services company gets the tick to service its government - Is this good or bad? You decide.
Two Intel Xeon CPUs and a TV screen inside this PC, because why not?
Two Intel Xeon CPUs, three NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980's, a 1080p touchscreen panel and more lie within this incredible modded chassis.
Thermaltake Australia flies down modder for watercooling series
Experienced modder Stuart Tonks from GGF LAN has been flown down by Thermaltake to complete a monster watercooling project.
Telstra offers updated plans with TV-streaming trials, not Netflix
Telstra more than doubles their data allowances on most plans alongside offering 6-month subscriptions to TV-streaming service Presto.
Aussie underdog CS:GO team Vox Eminor loses a player
Aussie underdog CS:GO team Vox Eminor announce the departure of Azad "topguN" Orami.
Thermaltake Riing case fans shown off in style
Check out these great new Thermaltake Riing fans - discount within for Australian customers too.
Netflix is finally set for launch in Australia and New Zealand
Netflix has finally confirmed an opening date for Australian and New Zealand residents, still no pricing structure however.
Tennis made fun for all - watch Djokovic play against a tank
Watch Novak Djokovic play his semi-final tennis match against a WW2 M1 Abrahams tank.
Humor: Comemorative and funny Australian hashtag hits the big time
Aussies flock to Twitter to share their stories - #YouKnowYou'reInAustraliaWhen.
Australian PM Tony Abbott says social media is 'Electronic Graffiti'
The Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has likened Social Media to graffiti in a recent press conference.
Australian man fined for illegal drone flight thanks to YouTube upload
An Australian man has been issued a drone infringement fine from CASA thanks to them watching his YouTube uploads.
UPDATE: Hotline Miami 2 developers tell Aussies to pirate their game
UPDATE: Hotline Miami 2 developers tell Aussies just to pirate the game and don't worry about giving them any financial support.
Hotline Miami 2 is another additon to Australia's banned games list
Hotline Miami 2 has been refused classification in Australia due to apparent sex and drug usage depictions - so much for R18+ classification, right?
Australians warned of ISIS attack email scam
A fake ISIS scam email has been infecting Australian computer users.
Enjoying that promotional poster in-store? Why not build on it?!
KARMA IT decided they liked their ASUS promotional poster, so they built the whole system displayed and attached it for all to see!
The Arctic Gold modded case by Dan Woods is a simplistic stunner
Modder Dan Woods has combined rigid watercooling tubing, a custom modified Parvum case and a sweet color scheme to produce this beautiful Arctic Gold case.
Google Play implements rental of textbooks in Australia
Google play are helping out Aussie students, providing them with text books on loan through Google Play.
Netflix is waging war against VPN users
Netflix has nuked VPN providers - forcing Google DNS and blocking many VPN services from working in conjunction with their streaming platform.
Kogan rocks the market again with a $129 AU self-branded 256 GB SSD
Kogan are now offering up another extremely well-priced technology component to the market.
Australian Tax Office lists Bitcoin as liable for GST
Governments are creeping closer to acceping Bitcoin, what's the next step?
The Australian government pushes for mandatory coding in schools
Australian schools may be adding coding as a mandatory subject to their Year 10 schooling program, starting in 2015.
Australian provider Telstra fined for misleading Apple iPhone ads
Misleading iPhone 6 advertisements has seen this Aussie provider slapped with $102,000 AU in fines.
Aussie companies Foxtel and Channel Seven are fighting Netflix
Netflix is coming down under, local companies scramble to offer competing services.
GTA V fans want to be heard, pledging against other offensive material
GTA V's fans fight back, claiming other titles and products should be released from Target's ownership.
AU retailer Kogan unveils $329 AUD Windows 8.1-based laptop
Kogan offers up a cheap Pentium-powered laptop offering.
Apple nearing big Australian real estate deal
Tech giant Apple moves closer to confirming office space in central CBD Sydney.
Aussie ISP iiNet blames customer problems on line owners neglect
iiNet pins customer connectivity issues and slow line speeds on line providers Telstra, claiming they won't fix their issues.
Voxeljet 3D printer used to print out Skyfall's Aston Martin stunt double
New James Bon "Skyfall" Aston Martin stunt double vehicle was created from a Voxeljet 3D printer.