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Optus Wins Five-Year Satellite and Broadband Contract with NBN Co.

Optus, a telecommunications company in Australia won a five-year satellite and broadband contract with NBN Co., a corporation owned by the Australian government who is assigned to design, build and operate the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Australia. The said deal between the two Australian companies was announced by NBN Co. on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. Optus reportedly won the NBN Co. contract after a competitive tender process.

The '123456' Number Sequence Tops SplashData's Worst Passwords List [WATCH VIDEO]

SplashData, a company that specializes in password management applications (SplashID Safe line) for more than 10 years just announced the Worst Passwords of 2013 list featuring the 25 most common passwords found in the Internet. The "123456" number sequence topped the list as the worst password of 2013. It has been a runner-up for two times already and now, it has finally landed the number one spot. It beat the worst password of 2012, which is the word "password."

CES 2014: Smart Locks Combine Smartphone and House Keys in One to Unlock Doors and Greet Residents [WATCH VIDEOS]

The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has just ended last Friday, Jan. 10, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada, but a lot of people are still buzzing about it, especially the newest technologies that were introduced during the convention. One of the amazing and practical technologies unveiled in the CES 2014 are smart locks which combine smartphones and house keys into one gadget to allow consumers to not just use their smartphones to call or send and receive messages, but also to unlock their doors an...

CES 2014: Liquipel Introduces Water, Dirt and Stain Repelling Technology for Clothes [WATCH VIDEO]

Liquipel, LLC, the company responsible for the revolutionary moisture and impact resistant technology for portable gadgets, including smartphones, tablets and mp3 players, has announced that it will be introducing its WaterSafeTM nano technology to fabrics, such as clothes and accessories. Liquipel made the announcement at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014.

EyeLock Introduces Myris Iris Scanners for Security in Consumer Devices [WATCH VIDEOS]

EyeLock, an advanced iris based identity management technology solutions company, recently introduced the new Myris iris scanners for security in consumer devices. It is a revolutionary technology that will elevate the current biometrics identification and security systems to a whole new level. And, what's great is that it will be made accessible to regular people, not just a chosen few.

CES 2014: Intel Will Drop McAfee Name from Products, John McAfee Glad About It [WATCH VIDEOS]

Intel Corp. has officially announced that it will drop the McAfee name from its products and change it to "Intel Security." The said announcement was made at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. John McAfee, the founder of McAfee, Inc., is reportedly glad about Intel's plans of taking out his name from the company's popular security software.

EVGA Tegra Note 7 Makes it to Tech Web Site’s Top 10 Androids for 2014

Normally, whenever popular tech Web site ZDNET draws its top 10 list of devices - whether it's smartphones or tablets - the same brands dominate the list such as Apple, Samsung, HTC, Google and Sony. However, for its review of the top 10 Android tablets for January 2014, there is a new kid on the block - the EVGA Tegra Note 7 - Nvidia forays into the tablet market.