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Government rejects $8 million project.
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No more new customers.
Top 10 Computer Viruses 
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We take a (not-so) affectionate look back at the world's most memorable computer viruses, from Creeper to Conficker.
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Raters review Google’s algorithmic changes.
Human Services ups security ante in email tender 
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In search of a single sign-on for all Government services.
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Human agents revealed in Telstra voice-to-text service 
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Scientists build a brain on a chip 
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Scientists have perfected a new chip design that should, function like a human brain, but much faster.
Evanscorp upgrades performance review application 
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NSW ISV Evanscorp has updated the workflow, security and multilingual capabilities of its Remunerate employee compensation management solution.
Employers need to educate employees on security policy 
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Human error is the main security issue for IT directors, according to research from Clavister.
IBM plans to develop super brainy computer 
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IBM is pairing up with leading US universities to build a computer that emulates human brain capabilities.
Internet use boosts brain power 
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Researchers have discovered that using the Internet can increase the power of your brain.
Intel shows its human side 
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Technology is a tool not a panacea, Intel chairman Craig Barrett said during his keynote speech at the opening of the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco..
Tech giants pitch human rights platform 
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Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are all offering Congress their solutions on bringing human rights laws to the internet.
Computer bests human in Go 
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A computer has beat a top human player at the board game Go for the first time.
Supercomputer mimics stroke-affected brain 
By Guy Dixon | Jun 18, 2008 | Comment Now 
Scientists have teamed up with psychologists at Manchester University to develop a model of speech and language using a computer system 1,000 times more powerful than a ...
Flexible computer displays expected within a year 
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Researchers are developing flexible computer displays that will change shape, respond to touch and physics, and fold to fit users’ pockets.
Computers 'decode' the human brain 
By Guy Dixon | May 31, 2008 | Comment Now 
Scientists have come up with a computer-based system which can predict activity patterns in the human brain when prompted by certain words..
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