Do you still need to pay for Microsoft Office?

Do you still need to pay for Microsoft Office?

There is no dispute when it comes to just what word processor and spreadsheet applications people prefer on their computer, that is Microsoft Word and Excel. Once upon a time you would just buy a copy and keep using it forever, but in more recent years Microsoft has been pushing to get everyone on their…

The Modern Maker – High Tech Local Manufacturing

3D Printing Future

We thought we would cover a topic not directly related to computers and software, but one that is more about a revolution that is taking place in manufacturing. We are talking about game changing technologies that are now priced so low that almost anyone can start a micro factory in their own home. The new…

Choosing a web browser in 2016 – more choices than ever

Whether you’re on your PC, laptop, mobile phone, or even TV; there are a variety of browsers at your fingertips which serve as your portal to the internet and all that it holds – even this article which you’re reading right now. Whilst the selection of browsers available on different platforms is wide, with multiple…

Apple has unleashed a teardown robot! Meet Liam

Overnight the new iPhone 6 SE was released, a mini iPhone just like your old pre 6 phone, nothing too exciting but a welcome addition for a lot of Apple fans out there. A new, smaller iPad Pro, not so exciting but a good idea considering the original iPad pro is just far too large…

Making Tech Wearable: Part 2 – Fashionable Shades and Augmented Reality

The recent rise in wrist-based wearable technology (as described in Part 1 of our series on Wearable Technology) perfectly demonstrates how tech can be easily and non-obtrusively integrated into everyday objects such as what we wear. However wearable technology is certainly not limited to wristwear, as the potential designs are quite exciting and could vastly improve…

Can The Raspberry Pi Replace A PC?

Don’t be mistaken, I am not talking about replacing the family PC with a delicious baked good, but the single board computer that shook the world in 2012. This question is often asked at both PC Medic stores in Melbourne with many customers thinking about opting for the $50 system due to its low price tag,…