Tags: driverRemove, hadronRemove

Driver escapes sanction for wearing Google Glass 
Jan 17, 2014 | Comment Now 
Police couldn't prove device was on.
 
Melbourne cabbie fined over GPS jammer 
By Ry Crozier | Jan 9, 2014 | Comment Now 
Radio comms could be blocked in fight for passengers.
 
Toll trials driver fatigue technology 
By Ry Crozier | Aug 27, 2012 | Comment Now 
One-off expenses cause profit drop.
 
Torvalds fingers Nvidia over Linux support 
Jun 18, 2012 | Comment Now 
Linux founder flips off hardware partner.
 
CERN appeals for open hardware contributors 
By Liam Tung | Jul 11, 2011 | Comment Now 
Hardware license borrows open source software concepts.
 
Researchers build drivers into hardware design 
By Liz Tay | Feb 16, 2011 | Comment Now 
Manufacturing technique could yield more reliable drivers.
 
NewsMash: Steve Ballmer's front-of-a-taxi interview 
 
Microsoft warns of unpatched Windows driver flaw  
By Dan Kaplan | May 19, 2010 | Comment Now 
Several versions affected.
 
Biometrics, chips coming to Qld driver licenses 
By Liz Tay | May 12, 2010 | Comment Now 
Queensland transport workers first to trial new smartcards.
 
Video: LHC on the brink of 7 TeV 
By Liz Tay, Munir Kotadia | Mar 12, 2010 | Comment Now 
CERN Large Hadron Collider to be revved up this month.
 
Crunch: Telepresence and the end of the world 
By Munir Kotadia | Mar 12, 2010 | Comment Now 
Sydney gets telepresence but with CERN ramping up the LHC, Coco doesn't believe anybody will be around to use it.
 
Large Hadron Collider spam carries virus 
Nov 25, 2009 | Comment Now 
Security experts are warning of a malware attack disguised as a video of the Large Hadron Collider in action.
 
Cautious restart planned for Large Hadron Collider 
By Liz Tay | Aug 8, 2009 | Comment Now 
Results will take longer to achieve.
 
Large Hadron Collider in final round of tests 
Jun 22, 2009 | Comment Now 
Examining splices around particle accelerator ring.
 
IT goes un-noticed as driver of innovation 
By Angelica Mari | Jan 27, 2009 | Comment Now 
Despite recognising the importance of IT to the business, senior executives do not regard technology as an important factor in innovation, according to a survey by the IT ...
 
Hadron Collider churns out 15 million Gigs of data a year 
By Emma Hughes | Oct 5, 2008 | Comment Now 
Three weeks have passed since everyone stood by their clocks wandering if the Large Hadron Collider was going to finish this world off for good - since we all survived it's ...
 
LHC could be shut until next year 
By Iain Thomson | Sep 23, 2008 | Comment Now 
A new fault on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could see the device shut down until next year.
 
Large Hadron Collider: Tomorrow never knows 
By Dave Bailey | Sep 10, 2008 | Comment Now 
The world's most expensive and powerful physics experiment goes live today when protons will be circulated around the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for the first time.
 
VIA unveils open source driver development portal 
Apr 30, 2008 | Comment Now 
Chip maker VIA has launched a beta version of its VIA Linux Portal..
 
AMD unveils hybrid ATI Catalyst 8.3 driver 
By Clement James | Mar 6, 2008 | Comment Now 
AMD has unveiled its latest graphics driver which it claims can boost performance for PC gaming enthusiasts and casual gamers..
Sign up to receive iTnews email bulletins
   FOLLOW US...

Latest VideosSee all videos »

The great data centre opportunity on Australia's doorstep
The great data centre opportunity on Australia's doorstep
Scott Noteboom, CEO of LitBit speaking at The Australian Data Centre Strategy Summit 2014 in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. http://bit.ly/1qpxVfV Scott Noteboom is a data centre engineer who led builds for Apple and Yahoo in the earliest days of the cloud, and who now eyes Asia as the next big opportunity. Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/News/372482,how-do-we-serve-three-billion-new-internet-users.aspx#ixzz2yNLmMG5C
Interview: Karl Maftoum, CIO, ACMA
Interview: Karl Maftoum, CIO, ACMA
To COTS or not to COTS? iTnews asks Karl Maftoum, CIO of the ACMA, at the CIO Strategy Summit.
Susan Sly: What is the Role of the CIO?
Susan Sly: What is the Role of the CIO?
AEMO chief information officer Susan Sly calls for more collaboration among Australia's technology leaders at the CIO Strategy Summit.
Meet the 2014 Finance CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Finance CIO of the Year
Credit Union Australia's David Gee awarded Finance CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards.
Meet the 2014 Retail CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Retail CIO of the Year
Damon Rees named Retail CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at Woolworths.
Robyn Elliott named the 2014 Utilities CIO of the Year
Robyn Elliott named the 2014 Utilities CIO of the Year
Acting Foxtel CIO David Marks accepts an iTnews Benchmark Award on behalf of Robyn Elliott.
Meet the 2014 Industrial CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Industrial CIO of the Year
Sanjay Mehta named Industrial CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at ConocoPhillips.
Meet the 2014 Healthcare CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Healthcare CIO of the Year
Greg Wells named Healthcare CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at NSW Health.
Meet the 2014 Education CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Education CIO of the Year
William Confalonieri named Healthcare CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at Deakin University.
Meet the 2014 Government CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Government CIO of the Year
David Johnson named Government CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at the Queensland Police Service.
Q and A: Coalition Broadband Policy
Q and A: Coalition Broadband Policy
Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott discuss the Coalition's broadband policy with the press.
AFP scalps hacker 'leader' inside Australia's IT ranks.
AFP scalps hacker 'leader' inside Australia's IT ranks.
The Australian Federal Police have arrested a Sydney-based IT security professional for hacking a government website.
NBN Petition Delivered To Turnbull's Office
NBN Petition Delivered To Turnbull's Office
UTS CIO: IT teams of the future
UTS CIO: IT teams of the future
UTS CIO Chrissy Burns talks data.
New UTS Building: the IT within
New UTS Building: the IT within
The IT behind tomorrow's universities.
iTnews' NBN Panel
iTnews' NBN Panel
Is your enterprise NBN-ready?
Introducing iTnews Labs
Introducing iTnews Labs
See a timelapse of the iTnews labs being unboxed, set up and switched on! iTnews will produce independent testing of the latest enterprise software to hit the market after installing a purpose-built test lab in Sydney. Watch the installation of two DL380p servers, two HP StoreVirtual 4330 storage arrays and two HP ProCurve 2920 switches.
The True Cost of BYOD
The True Cost of BYOD
iTnews' Brett Winterford gives attendees of the first 'Touch Tomorrow' event in Brisbane a brief look at his research into enterprise mobility. What are the use cases and how can they be quantified? What price should you expect to pay for securing mobile access to corporate applications? What's coming around the corner?
Ghost clouds
Ghost clouds
ACMA chair Chris Chapman says there is uncertainty over whether certain classes of cloud service providers are caught by regulations.
Was the Snowden leak inevitable?
Was the Snowden leak inevitable?
Privacy experts David Vaile (UNSW Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre) and Craig Scroggie (CEO, NextDC) claim they were not surprised by the Snowden leaks about the NSA's PRISM program.
Latest Comments
Polls
Which bank is most likely to suffer an RBS-style meltdown?





   |   View results
ANZ
  21%
 
Bankwest
  9%
 
CommBank
  11%
 
National Australia Bank
  17%
 
Suncorp
  24%
 
Westpac
  19%
TOTAL VOTES: 1452

Vote