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How to fix wifi black spots around your house

There has never been a more important time to make sure you have good wifi in all areas of your home.

Brain health

Using the internet in retirement boosts brain function

Researchers discover significant benefit in ability to recall words among retirees who use the internet regularly.

Technology News

Is Google making it harder to find what you're looking for?

How Google's advertising and algorithm changes will affect your search experience.

Internet

Which internet providers deliver the best speeds?

Fixed-line NBN broadband services reached a new performance high in February 2021.

Safety Online

Rise in scams targeting over-55s and over and how they work

People aged 55 and over account for almost half of all losses to computer takeover scams.

Technology News

Telstra to pay $25 million in refunds for slow internet speeds

Telstra will pay $25 million in refunds to almost 50,000 customers after it failed to notify them they were receiving slower than promised internet speeds.

Secure Access

How to get around difficult two factor authentication issues

If you fear the hassle of 2FA, there is an easier way.

Internet

How rain, wind and heavy weather can affect your internet connection

When your Netflix stream drops out in the middle of a rainstorm, can you blame the wild weather?

Technology News

Ombudsman finds significant problems with telco sales practices

The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman has revealed that sales tactics in the industry often lead to consumers signing up for products and services they don't need.

Technology News

Telstra accused of overselling to older Australians

Reports of loyal customers being sold products they didn't want or need.

Internet

How smart speakers can help older Australians

With the increasing popularity of smart speakers in Australia, older Australians may have received one for Christmas but be wondering how it can benefit them.

Internet

Web inventor says news media bargaining code could break the internet

The inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, has raised concerns that Australia's proposed media bargaining laws could fundamentally break the internet as we know it.

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