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Linux visionary Hans Reiser has been convicted of first-degree murder for killing his estranged wife in 2006 and faces life imprisonment.
Tasmania's emergency services departments will get a standards-based radio network to coordinate its nine essential services, including police, fire and ambulance in the event of a terrorist attack.
Bidders for the national fibre network will finally be able to design viable proposals after the opposition uses its senate majority to demand a revised Request for Proposal (RFP).
The government's fibre broadband purse could be $2 billion lighter following a coalition announcement that it will oppose legislation to pool the Communications Fund into the national Broadband Network's coffers.
Australia's 20 biggest cities could be covered by a $500 million commercial-grade mobile WiMAX network within two years.
Atlas Specialty Metals has saved more than $4000 a month in excess bandwidth consumption by subscribing to a hosted spam prevention service.
Regional Australians have finally backed the closure of Telstra's CDMA network, which will be terminated at midnight tonight.
The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) will spend $125,000 to upgrade its network switch infrastructure.
A spate of Beijing Olympic phishing e-mails have been discovered which install Trojans via a Microsoft Office vulnerability.
The troubled radio network used by the Tasmanian Police will finally be upgraded, following a $13 million contract with former operator Ericsson.
A prominent Sydney club has deployed a network firewall solution to protect its gaming rewards system, which can potentially hold $50 million.
Australia's National Broadband Network will suffer because the government's tender documents lack detail and an adequate policy framework, according to telecommunications providers.
Australia's biggest banks and the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority joined the NSW Council of Civil Liberties to slam the biometrics industry for sidelining privacy concerns in a regulatory environment that can only be described as "weak and unethical."
The biometric data of each person entering Australia could be permanently stored in a central repository for identity verification and cross-checking between federal government departments, national and international anti-identity fraud efforts, and border control systems.