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  Wednesday May 2, 2012

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Communications minister Stephen Conroy has indicated initial acceptance of key recommendations made by a review of Australia's classification system. The review is likely to impact the Government's mandatory internet filter proposal.

Also today, RIM's BlackBerry 10 Alpha device skips a few key features, and the NSW Government mulls a database integration project for the management of coal exploration licenses.

-- Ry Crozier

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Google unveils Dropbox-like G Drive
Internode begins DSL blackspot migration
Plunder downunder: How to read the iiTrial piracy verdict
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Conroy 'comfortable' with filter recommendations

By James Hutchinson | May 02, 2012

Discussion reaches tipping point.

BlackBerry 10 'Alpha' device can't make calls

By Liam Tung | May 02, 2012

RIM says it's working on improvements.

University of Melbourne fires up kit for OpenStack cloud

By Liam Tung | May 02, 2012

Local OpenStack expertise hard to find.

NSW Govt mulls coal license database integration

By Ry Crozier | May 02, 2012

Statewide review recommends closer IT ties.

Pacific Brands taps cloud for business sell-offs, growth

By Liz Tay | May 01, 2012

Eyes flexibility in challenging retail environment.

Conroy to visit Google in data centre push

By James Hutchinson | May 01, 2012

Promotes regulatory environment, NBN to cloud providers.

Universities mull public cloud for 100PB data network

By Liam Tung | May 01, 2012

Data centres selected for $50 million project.

Dell sees brisk sales of new ultrabooks

By Poornima Gupta | May 02, 2012

Enterprise take-up exceeds expectations.


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