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Vodafone Australia today has listed the highly anticipated Google Android-based smartphone, the HTC Magic, on its Web site, confirming its exclusive deal on the phone.
CA today released results for its fourth quarter and full 2009 fiscal year, ended March 31, 2009.
The Federal Court yesterday ruled that Telstra has breached the provisions of the access agreement it has with Optus by misusing Optus’ confidential information.
Following US$35 billion in funding and a decade of work, engineers have finished the world’s largest laser, capable of emulating the sun’s energy – it’s enough to make Dr. Evil jealous.
Cisco unveils its first $3M Aussie customer briefing centre to showcase its networking gear to customers and partners. Communications Minister Stephen Conroy was there to open the centre today.
Woolworths Limited has implemented the Impact 360 Workforce Optimisation software suite by Verint Systems, in its Everyday Money customer service centre.
Melbourne-based IT services company Netsolutions announced two new appointments, with Erin Harte taking the reigns as general manager, and Richard Savage as principal consultant.
Wikileaks says it will go legal to protect its source
Business travelers will be able to use their BlackBerry smartphones to automatically forward e-mail to their ThinkPad notebook PCs with a US$150 device developed by Lenovo Group and Research in Motion (RIM), the two companies said Monday.
About half of data centers are responding to the economic crisis by cutting their budgets an average of 15% for 2009, according to a new survey by the AFCOM Data Center Institute.
Microsoft will deliver eight security updates next week, six of them marked "critical," to plug holes in Windows, Internet Explorer, Office and other products.
Microsoft's Windows OS last month took its biggest market share dive in the last two years, an Internet measurement company reported Monday, erasing gains made in two of the last three months and sending the operating system's share under 90% for the first time.
The holidays can be stressful even in the best of times, but this year's dismal economic climate is bringing new headaches. Not only do we have to grapple with the usual questions about what to buy for whom ("Should I get an iPod case for Aunt Mabel? Wait, no, I got her one last year..."), we also have to look for ways to cut expenses.
Fujitsu today announced it has officially opened its new purpose-built sustainable data centre in Sydney’s Homebush Bay.