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Nuance PDF converter undercuts Adobe Acrobat
PDF Converter for Mac lets users create, convert and edit PDF files "for a fraction of the price" of Acrobat, says Nuance.
7 security questions answered
Whether you are new to computers, or are a seasoned user – now is a good time to review your security knowledge and practices.
HP TouchPad rumoured to ship in March
The recently announced webOS-based TouchPad tablet could be on sale as soon as April.
How to buy a smartphone
With some of them in the price range of a notebook computer, buying a smartphone is a big commitment, so it’s important that you get it right. NetGuide Is here to help!
Acer enters the tablet race
Android and Windows-based tablets are due to enter the busy tablet market early next year.
Adobe unveils Connect 8
Latest version of the enterprise web conferencing solution gets a significant makeover.
Adobe PDF insecure, experts say
Security experts say Adobe’s PDF standard, the widely used platform for exchanging and viewing large documents, should be scrapped because it is inherently unsafe.
Adobe: Apple's problem with Flash "ridiculous"
Chief Executive Shantanu Narayen says it's only Apple that has a problem with Flash.
Industry veterans strengthen Extreme Networks' expansion drive
Extreme Networks has appointed two new Business Development Managers tasked with accelerating the company’s current strong growth in the NZ and Australian markets.
November Game Console out next week!
GT5, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, LIttleBigPLanet 2, Nintendo 3DS news and great prizes to be won in the next issue.
RIM: Customers are tired of being told what to think by Apple
The co-CEO at BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, responds to Steve Jobs' comments that 7" tablets are dead on arrival.
Adobe unveils new Acrobat X solutions
New workflow and collaboration tools will make your life easier, promises Adobe.
Samsung reveals Froyo update details
Voice-controlled Google Maps, faster performance and more coming in 2.2 upgrade.
Is Microsoft in talks to buy Adobe?
Adobe shares skyrocket after The New York Times reports it might be a target for Microsoft.
Telstra plans Android-powered tablet
Aussie telco plans to enter the tablet market with its own device this November.
Cheap Adobe Acrobat alternative launched
Quick-PDF has released PDF to Word ver.2.3, the latest version of the converter for PDF documents to MS Word RTF or DOC formats.
Clear and present danger
Alert resellers know the boom in covert cyber criminal activity is forcing businesses to rethink the budgets they’re allocating to security initiatives.
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YOUR GUIDE TO ILLUSTRATION, PHOTOGRAPHY, MOVIE-MAKING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION
Security News GLOOMY HALF-YEAR REPORT CARD
It’s been another rough year on the security front, with malicious web links, Microsoft Office applications and PDF readers being especially targeted by purveyors of malware.
How to secure Adobe Reader
Adobe Reader is being exploited by cyber criminals as a method to load malware onto computers, so you need to know how to prevent this happening.
How to secure your server
Here are 10 expert tips to help keep your office server secure.
RIM unveils BlackBerry 'PlayBook' - video
BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and BlackBerry Tablet OS designed to be the best tablet in the industry.
Adobe reports record revenue
Financial performance driven by Creative Suite, Omniture and Enterprise products.
Adobe: Apple announcement "great news" for devs
Restrictions on Flash content directly running in the browser on iOS devices remain in place.