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NSW agencies paying too much for telecommunications 
By Allie Coyne | Jun 26, 2014 | Comment Now 
Lacking contract management skills.
 
NSW Govt backs commuter train automation 
Jun 6, 2013 | Comment Now 
Automated systems to run from new control centre.
 
Rio Tinto prepares to deploy more driverless trucks 
By Ry Crozier | Mar 25, 2013 | Comment Now 
Reveals scope of 'world's largest deployment'.
 
Photos: Rio Tinto trials 64m-long tunnelling machine 
By Ry Crozier | Feb 25, 2013 | Comment Now 
Latest automated equipment begins operation.
 
NSW rail agencies seek IT heads 
By Liz Tay | Feb 6, 2013 | Comment Now 
Hundreds of senior manager vacancies emerge amid reform.
 
Rio Tinto advances autonomous drill project 
By Ry Crozier | Aug 16, 2012 | Comment Now 
Gears up for expansion across Pilbara mines.
 
Ansaldo wins Rio Tinto automated rail deal 
By Ry Crozier | Jul 18, 2012 | Comment Now 
Modular signalling system.
 
Roy Hill advances design of automated mine 
By Ry Crozier | Mar 13, 2012 | Comment Now 
Ramps up specification of in-pit systems.
 
Rio Tinto spends $442m to automate trains 
By Ry Crozier | Feb 20, 2012 | Comment Now 
Covers part of Pilbara rail network.
 
Metro Trains buys Mincom software 
 
Cybersting: FBI ran DarkMarket forum to catch cybercriminals 
By Angela Moscaritolo | Oct 15, 2008 | Comment Now 
The FBI used the DarkMarket.ws cybercriminal forum to create profiles of identity thieves looking to share tips and purchase stolen data.
 
Cops catch teen by text message 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 26, 2008 | Comment Now 
Police in North Carolina have managed to catch a teenager suspected of burglary by using text messages.
 
Spammers catch on to the local lingo 
By Clement James | Dec 6, 2007 | Comment Now 
Security firm SoftScan has warned that spam is appearing more frequently in languages other than English, and that the grammar and spelling is far more convincing to native ...
 
Researchers create carbon net to catch toxic gases 
Aug 2, 2007 | Comment Now 
Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a way of using ultra thin layers of carbon to detect even a single molecule of a toxic gas.
 
Night vision goggles used to catch movie pirates 
By Iain Thomson | May 30, 2007 | Comment Now 
Night vision goggles to seek out movie tapers..
 
Complaints catch up with Fast anti-piracy 
By Phil Muncaster | Jul 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
The Federation Against Software Theft has defended its business practicesfollowing criticism.
 
Congress tries to catch up to cyber-criminals 
By Ericka Chickowski | May 11, 2006 | Comment Now 
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee met today to discuss new legislation that would update cybercrime law to stay astride with current criminal activities.
 
Bank spammers try to catch U.K. napping  
By William Eazel | Jan 31, 2006 | Comment Now 
More than 2.4 million emails containing the trojan-downloader Win32.small.cfg were sent to U.K. businesses late Sunday night before the anti-virus community could react, an IT ...
 
Phishers turn to blended attacks to catch more surfers  
By William Eazel | Dec 15, 2005 | Comment Now 
Organized criminal gangs are targeting online consumers with ever more sophisticated blended phishing attacks - some of which even find out details of their interests and use ...
 
To catch a thief? 
By Robert Brown | Apr 6, 2005 | Comment Now 
When we turn our minds to matters of e-security, our first thoughts tend to be about defenses such as firewalls and intrusion detection. And rightly so. After all, there is ...
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