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SingTel engineers work to recover from exchange fire
Damaged 51 cables.
Oct 11 2013 6:23AM
Telstra engineers work to fix BigPond email
Updated: Outage passes 16 hours.
Oct 2 2013 6:33AM
Apple, Google, Intel fail to end poaching lawsuit
Software engineers claim limited pay and job mobility.
Apr 20 2012 6:51AM
Police shut down Megaupload sites
Hackers strike US Justice Department in retaliation.
Jan 20 2012 10:37AM
Sophos offers to hire sacked Symantec engineers
Rival ramps-up hires, seeks skilled engineers.
Jun 9 2011 1:15PM
US seeks Google Street View engineers over WiFi data scandal
Wants to know how snooping code was allowed through.
Jul 23 2010 2:08PM
Engineers Australia launches competition for inventors
Innovators face new challenges.
Feb 25 2010 3:34PM
Rudd to spend $16m training NBN engineers
The Rudd Government has announced it will invest $16.15 million in a training facility for networking engineering students at the Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE (GippsTAFE).
May 19 2009 3:37PM
Apple rumoured to launch chip arm
Rumours are surfacing that Apple is handpicking a team of engineers and semiconductor specialists, as it seeks to create its own computer chip business.
May 1 2009 5:49AM
IT engineers to be taught social skills
IT engineers are to be taught social skills as well as programming in a new course from the Potsdam University south of Berlin.
Jan 13 2009 3:08PM
Credit crunch forcing software engineers into crime
The Devil makes work for idle hands, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Dec 8 2008 10:42AM
Los Angeles engineers plead guilty to hacking traffic
Two Los Angeles traffic engineers have pled guilty to charges that they hacked into the city’s traffic control computer as part of a union dispute over wages.
Nov 12 2008 3:26PM
Nasa engineers propose new rocket system
A row has broken out within Nasa over the future of the rocket system needed to replace the space shuttle fleet, which will
Jul 16 2008 4:07PM
MIT engineers claim fuel cell breakthrough
A group of engineers at MIT has developed a new type of membrane for one type of fuel cell which they claim could improve power output by more than 50 percent..
May 19 2008 7:45AM
Engineers build 'wires' one molecule wide
US researchers at the University of Pittsburgh claim to have created "the best method so far" of assembling wire-like structures only a single molecule wide.
Oct 2 2007 11:43AM
Engineers tout 'morphable' computers
Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, a developer of sensor systems for the US military, has claimed that it has developed the world's first computers that can morph into different forms.
Mar 23 2007 11:52AM
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