Mitchell Bingemann

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3 Mobile enlists online help to secure iPhone

3 Mobile enlists online help to secure iPhone

3 Mobile is enlisting legions of its customers to pile Internet pressure on Apple in an attempt to secure the iPhone for its network.
Jun 27 2008 2:57PM
Senator Lundy's legal threats fall on a deaf Telstra

Senator Lundy's legal threats fall on a deaf Telstra

ACT Labor Senator Kate Lundy has threatened legal action against an online Telstra mouthpiece over alleged defamatory comments made in a blog posting.
Jun 23 2008 3:45PM
Telstra to join Optus and Vodafone on the iPhone bandwagon

Telstra to join Optus and Vodafone on the iPhone bandwagon

It appears as though Telstra will belatedly jump on the iPhone bandwagon and will offer Apple’s 3G mobile device some two weeks after rivals Optus and Vodafone make it available to the public.
Jun 20 2008 12:28PM
Photo gallery: Apple’s Sydney store ready for business

Photo gallery: Apple’s Sydney store ready for business

While punters will have to wait until 5pm tomorrow to get inside Sydney’s new $15 million Apple store, members of the press were given a sneak-peek tour of company’s second largest retail store in the world this morning.
Jun 18 2008 12:39PM
Kaspersky pinpoints workaround for ransomware virus

Kaspersky pinpoints workaround for ransomware virus

While Kaspersky Lab is yet to crack the 1024-bit encryption key used to blackmail unwitting victims of the Gpcode virus, the security research firm has created a free utility to restore files that may have been deleted by the ransomware variant.
Jun 17 2008 2:08PM
Your broken computer is China's garbage dump

Your broken computer is China's garbage dump

There’s no doubting that Australia loves technology. We’re often hailed as an early adopter of technology and if our voracious appetite for anything and everything new – Blu-Ray, iPhone, plasma televisions, computers – is anything to go by, the assessments are spot on. But what happens when today’s toys turn into tomorrow’s trash?
Jun 16 2008 4:43PM
Telstra aims legal guns at Optus' iPhone claims

Telstra aims legal guns at Optus' iPhone claims

Telstra is threatening legal action against Optus over claims the Singapore-owned telco made misleading comments about the speed of the 3G iPhone on its new 900Mhz high-speed network.
Jun 13 2008 1:58PM
Telstra considers reselling ADSL2+ to rival ISPs

Telstra considers reselling ADSL2+ to rival ISPs

Telstra has done an about-face on its broadband wholesale strategy by suggesting it might be willing to resell ADSL2+ high speed internet services to rival ISPs.
Jun 12 2008 3:40PM
Kaspersky sends SOS to crack 1024 bit encryption key

Kaspersky sends SOS to crack 1024 bit encryption key

Kaspersky is calling all security and cryptography experts to join forces in an effort to crack a blackmailing virus.
Jun 11 2008 2:34PM
Kaspersky sends SOS to crack 1024 bit encryption key

Kaspersky sends SOS to crack 1024 bit encryption key

Security research firm, Kaspersky Lab, is calling all security and cryptography experts to join forces in an effort to crack a blackmailing virus that employs a currently unbreakable 1024-bit encryption key.
Jun 11 2008 2:27PM
Report: Consumers to pay 15 percent more for Telstra built network

Report: Consumers to pay 15 percent more for Telstra built network

Australian consumers will have to pay 15 percent more for broadband access if Telstra is successful in its bid to build the Federal Government's $4.7 billion funded national broadband network (NBN), according to a new report.
Jun 5 2008 5:04PM
Defence launches $1 billion communications satellite

Defence launches $1 billion communications satellite

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has been granted the ability to communicate with defence personnel anywhere on Earth after the Department of Defence (DoD) announced operational capability of a new $1 billion satellite system.
Jun 5 2008 12:54PM
iPrimus super-sizes ADSL2+ plans

iPrimus super-sizes ADSL2+ plans

iPrimus today unveiled a new ADSL2+ offering that the company claims includes the largest data amount ever offered by an Australian broadband provider to residential customers.
May 28 2008 4:05PM
Rebirthed G9 submits $5M national broadband bond

Rebirthed G9 submits $5M national broadband bond

Telco consortium, the G9, has renamed itself Terria and confirmed its intention to lodge the requisite $5 million bond for its national broadband bid before the May 23 deadline.
May 22 2008 4:27PM
Conroy delays deadline for national broadband network

Conroy delays deadline for national broadband network

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has issued an extension to the national broadband network tender deadline after conceding vital information about existing network infrastructure was not yet readily available for all bidders.
May 22 2008 2:17PM
Rock stars, Australia's answer to its ICT innovation crisis

Rock stars, Australia's answer to its ICT innovation crisis

Australia’s government-funded ICT research bodies are breeding new technologies only to see them stumble on the way to commercialisation and plunge into a “valley of death”, or so a panel debated at CeBIT in Sydney this week.
May 21 2008 4:13PM
Australia’s IT banking revolution is here

Australia’s IT banking revolution is here

The antiquated systems of our banks are in need of an IT makeover and the pressure is starting to come to a head for the majors.
May 21 2008 11:12AM
WA Vodafone customers cop 56-hour data blackout

WA Vodafone customers cop 56-hour data blackout

Vodafone mobile customers in Western Australia were without GPRS data services over the weekend when a hardware fault caused a 56-hour GPRS blackout.
May 20 2008 3:19PM
G9 appoints Egan to spearhead national broadband bid

G9 appoints Egan to spearhead national broadband bid

Telco consortium, the G9, has appointed Macquarie University Chancellor Michael Egan as its chairman to lead a bid against Telstra for the Government’s $4.7 billion National Broadband Network.
May 16 2008 3:51PM
Crucial broadband bill opens up secret network info

Crucial broadband bill opens up secret network info

The Senate has passed legislation that allows bidders for the Government’s $4.7 billion National Broadband Network to access Telstra's once-secret network information.
May 16 2008 2:52PM

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