Ep 12 of 2012
March 19 2012
Today on the show, there are rumors circulating that the owners of embattled telco Vodafone Australia are looking for buyers, which is not all that surprising considering their problems over the past few years.
iiNet, Australia's 2nd largest ISP, has removed it's Off Peak quota for some customers creating an Any Time quota which is the accumulation of Off Peak and Peak.
Apples new OS Mountain Lion or 10.8 preview 2 for those counting has hit the developer website. Hackers release Norton Antivirus source code and IE10 looks like Metro. Also today, Leena has the latest from the gaming world and Adam looks at the new Freeview PVR with CRID Data. Will it change the way we record TV?
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