If you’ve saved all your Outlook emails through a backup file, then you’re probably left wondering what to do with it. Fortunately the way to get those files back into Outlook is pretty simple.
Technology trends in 2011 were heavily influenced by the uptake of mobile devices, namely smartphones and tablets. So what’s in store for the year ahead? StartupSmart picks out the top technology trends for 2012. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.
Did you know you can change the function of the home button on an iPhone?
A mobile app developer is selling his iPhone app on eBay for a starting price of $1 to escape the costs associated with the app, suggesting the market is becoming less viable for smaller players.
More than $13 million has been set aside for the Federal Government’s Digital Hubs program, designed to highlight the opportunities presented by the National Broadband Network.
Start-ups can improve their LinkedIn presence this year by integrating blog content, enhancing their company profile, using company updates and preserving their contacts, an expert says.
There are a number of different ways to configure a wireless network. One of the most popular is just to set a password, but you can also filter a router to ensure only specific devices access the internet.
You may already know how to archive your emails in Microsoft Outlook, but did you know you can set this up automatically? Doing so gets rid of a lot of the hassle of doing it manually.
Start-ups who want their advertisements to go viral should link their product or service to topical and/or timely events, an expert says, after YouTube announced the top ten viral ad hits of 2011.
Kaggle co-founder and chief executive Anthony Goldbloom has been named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 top tech entrepreneurs, one month after the Australian start-up secured $US11 million in funding.
Online crowdsourcing start-up DesignCrowd has acquired Texan company Brandstack for an undisclosed sum, combining the service with its existing community to launch BrandCrowd.
If you want to gain some time back, it’s simple – just stop responding slavishly to your email and instead tackle them in a controlled fashion.
You may find one day that you want to hand over your iPod Touch or iPhone to a friend or family member. To do that, you’ll want to change the iPhone’s name – and there’s a simple way to do it.
Facebook co-founder, Chris Hughes, is teaming up with two other entrepreneurs to launch a start-up media company that aims to spread “progressive content” virally online.
Often if you leave your Skype browser open for a long time, you’ll find that your status is actually still set as “online”, rather than away – even through you’re not at your computer. Here’s how to remedy it.
If you’re running a business, or you’re a high-end manager in a senior position, then you may lose track from time to time of what bills you need to pay. Thankfully there’s an iPhone app to keep you up to date.
Australia’s battered retail sector is in a “technology-induced recession”, according to a new report by the Commonwealth Bank, but experts say this should prompt start-ups to innovate.
If you’re using DropBox on your computer then your computer will be linked to a particular account. Here's how to unlink it.
A long-time music performer and producer, Tim Meyer spotted a gap in the market four years ago for an online DJ community resource.
Creating meetings through email is a great way to keep your day organised. In Outlook it’s a breeze.