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Microsoft promises faster Windows 8 boot times 
By Liam Tung | Sep 12, 2011 | Comment Now 
Devices will never completely shut down.
 
Skype execs get the boot 
By Jennifer Scott | Jun 21, 2011 | Comment Now 
Before Microsoft deal finalised.
 
AVG makes free recovery boot disk offer 
By Shaun Nichols | Mar 25, 2010 | Comment Now 
Company to offer business utility for damaged systems.
 
Apple yet to upgrade Boot Camp for Windows 7 
By Nick Farrell | Oct 26, 2009 | Comment Now 
To be released sometime "before the end of the year."
 
NSW Police: Don't use Windows for internet banking 
By Munir Kotadia | Oct 8, 2009 | Comment Now 
Cybercrime expert endorses Linux, iPhone when banking online.
 
Aussies ‘tempted’ by pirated software 
May 5, 2009 | Comment Now 
Aussie consumers say they are more tempted to buy or “obtain” pirated products such as software due to the flailing economy.
 
Aussies snap up Virgin Galactic space tickets 
By Ry Crozier | Apr 27, 2009 | Comment Now 
A 56-year-old Brisbane businesswoman, Glenys Ambe, will be the first Australian woman to be a Virgin Galactic space tourist – one of 11 Aussies to put down a deposit on a ...
 
Fedora 10 shows enhancements 
By Daniel Robinson | Nov 27, 2008 | Comment Now 
The Fedora Project has released version 10 of its free-to-download Linux platform, adding greater support for virtualisation, a graphical boot system, and other enhancements ...
 
Electronic recycling plant opens in Sydney 
By Nick Farrell | Nov 20, 2008 | Comment Now 
Environment Minister Peter Garrett has opened a new e-waste recycling plant,but environmentalists are falling over themselves to say that it was not enough to solve the ...
 
Software graduates get hands dirty at boot camp 
By Ry Crozier | Sep 2, 2008 | Comment Now 
Test firm Planit has taken the skills shortage into its own hands with a graduate boot camp they claim has a 90 percent pass rate.
 
Ultra-fast, next-gen RAM could yield PCs that boot instantly 
By Liz Tay | Aug 22, 2008 | Comment Now 
Scientists in Germany have developed next-generation Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM) that is said to operate as fast as fundamental speed limits allow.
 
Aussies fall for Nigerian Scam 
By Nick Farrell | Aug 21, 2008 | Comment Now 
Inspector Knacker of the Queensland Yard is worried that so many Aussies are falling for the Nigerian scam.
 
Aussies most likely to use self-service 
By Ashley Clark | Jun 12, 2008 | Comment Now 
Research shows that more Australians prefer to do business with companies that provide self-service options than consumers from other regions.
 
Mobile banking far from secure: Report 
May 7, 2008 | Comment Now 
Security concerns are prohibiting Australians from using mobile devices to pay bills, shop or bank online, the latest Unisys Security Index has found.
 
Aussies more concerned about securing outbound email than spam 
By Negar Salek | Feb 27, 2008 | Comment Now 
Australians are more concerned about securing outbound email which can lead to sensitive data loss than they are about securing inbound email that could steal data, according ...
 
Telstra sells subsidiary for $50M to US company 
By Lilia Guan | Jan 7, 2008 | Comment Now 
While most of the nation was busily preparing for the big Day on Christmas eve, Telstra was busily signing an agreement to sell-off its general insurance transaction processing ...
 
Aussies love pizza on YouTube 
Dec 18, 2007 | Comment Now 
Australians may love their beer, sunshine and beach, but it seems a little thing called pizza has got most people hooked online.
 
Korean cyber-addicts sent to boot camp 
By Guy Dixon | Nov 22, 2007 | Comment Now 
South Korea has set up a network of 140 'tough love' rehabilitation centres in a bid to curb the growth of internet addiction among the country's teenaged population..
 
IT companies flag $50M of  IT opportunities and $250,000 of scholarships for Aussies 
Nov 9, 2007 | Comment Now 
$50 million worth of Australian IT jobs and $250,000 worth of scholarships are on offer in the next twelve months, a consortium of ICT vendors including IBM, Microsoft, CSC and ...
 
Aussies find identity fraud more terrorising than terrorism 
By Negar Salek | Aug 27, 2007 | Comment Now 
Australians are more concerned about the misuse of their personal information and credit card theft rather than national security in a terrorism related event, according to an ...
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