Telcos pile on Telstra in ACCC wholesale price fight
Europe considers reserving 700MHz for mobile data
NSW govt hires consultants to help stop IT project blowouts
Australian PPC-1 cable cut, out of action until March
Rio Tinto scales up its big data ambitions
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Aussie IT staff working later hours
Survey finds an industry of ageing male workaholics.
Oct 28 2011 2:50PM
Microsoft to check Chinese supplier abuse allegations
Report tells of teenagers working long hours for low pay.
Apr 17 2010 7:12AM
MessageLabs spots resilient new breed of botnets
Latest examples can recover from shut down in just 48 hours.
Aug 26 2009 10:05AM
Attacks on social networking sites fade away
Twitter, Facebook and LiveJournal back online after attack.
Aug 7 2009 10:18AM
LHC shut down by transformer
Researchers at Cern have confirmed that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) managed only a few hours of operations before being shut down.
Sep 20 2008 12:20PM
Vodafone accidentally announces iPhone plans
With just two days to go until the iPhone makes it Aussie debut, Vodafone arrives fashionably late to the party with its pricing plans.
Jul 9 2008 10:55AM
Facebook and email take up seven hours a week
Almost 90 per cent of US Internet users spend a minimum of seven hours a week managing their email, social networking accounts and other communications, new research claims.
Nov 15 2007 6:50AM
Hackers crack Manhunt footage in hours
Manhunt 2 has been hacked just 24 hours after going on sale to show violent scenes that were blocked by the censors..
Nov 5 2007 9:39AM
More Safari bugs found after Windows release
Bug hunters have claimed numerous flaws in Apple's Safari web browser just hours after its release for Windows.
Jun 14 2007 7:33AM
PlayStation 3 fans queue for 72 hours
Fans of Sony's PlayStation 3 gaming console have been camping out in Virgin Megastore in London since Wednesday for a chance to get their hands on the new console at midnight.
Mar 23 2007 11:52AM
Hours after release, Internet Explorer 7 flaw exposed
Just hours after the latest version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser was released, its first vulnerability was disclosed to the public.
Oct 19 2006 6:13PM
After 38 hours, no bite taken out of this Apple
An Apple system engineer’s challenge to hack into a web page hosted by a Mini Mac is closed – and nobody was able to succeed.
Mar 8 2006 10:19PM
24 hours of patching and exploit madness!
After 24 hours of vulnerability and patching fun, users are being advised to grab Microsoft’s eight security patches and be wary of new critical systems exploits.
Apr 13 2005 12:08PM
IT workers clocking excessive hours: Candle ICT
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