Telstra CTO sacked
Finland accuses Microsoft of breaking jobs promises
Telstra blames network outage on DNS bungle, modem firmware bug
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NSW Govt to ban smartphone, tablets in courts
Wide net could kill live Tweeting, lawyer's communications.
Jan 14 2013 7:18AM
Fire hits BlueScope Steel 'computer room'
All workers safe.
Jul 21 2012 11:14AM
Technology behind the NSW State Election 2011
gets exclusive screenshots of the new NSW Electoral Commission iPhone app and of other IT systems to be in action at the state election.
Mar 9 2011 6:46AM
Revealed: The technology behind NSW State Election 2011
Virtual tally room supported by iPhone app, internet voting.
Mar 9 2011 6:33AM
Swedish schoolgirls bug teachers' room
Hunting grades and gossip.
Aug 26 2010 6:45AM
Mossad laptop hack behind nuclear strike, reports suggest
Expert cites hotel maid attack.
Nov 9 2009 11:56AM
Ansarada gets ISO 27001 certification
Sydney virtual data room company Ansarada said its technology was awarded ISO 27001 certification.
Jul 9 2009 3:15PM
Digital photo frames explode into a living room near you
Photographs have long been the most popular way to capture a moment in time, but the good old-fashioned family photo album is rapidly being replaced by Harry Potterish digital displays.
Jul 28 2008 2:07PM
Scientists crack room temperature superconductors
Scientists have created a new substance that will superconduct at room temperature, but only under high pressure..
Mar 25 2008 2:38PM
Netgear brings Youtube to the living room
New Digital Entertainer HD unlocks user generated video to couch potatoes.
Jan 8 2007 9:39AM
Apple launches assault on the living room
TV set top box and movie downloads accompany revamped iPods.
Sep 13 2006 10:09AM
No room for excessive trust
Would you let a convicted fraudster look after your financial affairs? Leave your wallet in a room with a known former thief? Give matches to an ex-arsonist? Perhaps feel comfortable knowing that an ex-terrorist hijacker just boarded an aeroplane with you?<
Jul 27 2005 4:29PM
Standing room only at Interchange
From patching to wireless networks, CSOs’ various concerns run the gamut, as John Sterlicchi and Illena Armstrong discover
Jan 10 2005 3:57PM
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