10th December 2020

Your Favourite Windows Apps

Hugh Macdonald I’ve been paying a lot of attention to Linux of late in the pages of PC Update, but of course the fact remains that […]
11th December 2020

Book Review

Tim McQueen Breaking & Entering The extraordinary story of a hacker called ‘Alien’ Jeremy N Smith Scribe 2019, 292 Pages. Here’s a book on computing that […]
11th December 2020

East SIG Report November 2020

Neil Muller Host Paul Woolard opened East SIG’s November virtual meeting again via Zoom. The meeting then commenced with George Skarbek presenting Q&A. Q. As a […]
11th December 2020

DOTW Winners November 2020

Roger Brown   DOTW is a lighthearted look at some of the sillier events of the week. Don’t take it too seriously and do pop over […]
11th December 2020

Yammer Highlights November 2020

Dennis Parsons Windows 10   Time for a rant! Why oh why do manufacturers sell Win10 devices that only come with a 32GB eMMC drive that’s […]
11th December 2020

New Tools For The Maker Room

David Stonier-Gibson I purchased a comprehensive set of tools for the Moorabbin Maker Room this morning, just in time for members of the Microcontroller Workshop SIG […]
11th December 2020

Australian hospitals are under constant cyber attack. The consequences could be deadly

Paul Haskell-Dowland, Edith Cowan University Last week, the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) issued warnings to Australian health-care providers that it had observed an increase in […]
11th December 2020

Editorial December 2020

Hugh Macdonald Hello and welcome to the December 2020 edition of PC Update, the final issue for this year. It was a year that started with […]
11th December 2020

From Hobart, to London, to Dhaka: using cameras and AI to build an automatic litter detection system

Arianna Olivelli, CSIRO and Uwe Rosebrock, CSIRO It’s estimated about two million tonnes of plastics enter the oceans from rivers each year. But our waterways aren’t […]
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