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Aussie software icon ISYS sold to Lexmark
Cash transaction sees founders and shareholders exit.
Mar 20 2012 12:23PM
World Cup fans hit by fraud scare
Stolen personal details allegedly sold online.
Sep 15 2010 2:31PM
Tjoos.com sold to US firm
Aussie coupon start-up swallowed.
Mar 4 2010 1:40PM
Analyst claims Vista Capable made Microsoft over US$1.5bn
An expert witness in the class action suit against Microsoft over its Vista Capable has claimed that the company made over US$1.5bn as a result of its Vista Capable marketing campaign.
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Jobs shows up to report strong Apple earnings
Macs, iPods and especially iPhones grow revenues, profits for Apple as 'surprise guest' Steve Jobs makes cameo to talk up smartphone growth, weigh in on economic crisis.
Oct 23 2008 2:53PM
Digital camera sold on eBay contains terrorist information
The UK government is investigating how a digital camera containing terrorist images apparently taken by MI6 was sold on eBay.
Oct 1 2008 9:58AM
Gadgets sold by vending machine
If you are ever caught short at an airport without an iPod or some similar electronic gadget, it is now possible to grab a new one from a vending machine.
Aug 5 2008 7:38AM
Fake 'Yahoo sold to Microsoft' spam boosts Rustock botnet
A new large-scale botnet has been spotted forwarding what appears to be real news headlines about Microsoft, George Bush and Al Qaeda in an attempt to infect users.
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'Home Office' disc wedged in laptop sold on eBay
A laptop containing what could be sensitive Home Office data has been sold on eBay.
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Broadcast Australia buys Hostworks for $68.9 million
Managed service provider Hostworks Group Limited has entered into an agreement to allow Broadcast Australia to acquire all of its shares, for the princely sum of $68.9 million dollars.
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Fidelity: employee stole, sold 2.3 million consumer records
In one of this year's largest data breaches, financial processing company Fidelity National Information Services revealed on Tuesday that a subsidiary's employee stole 2.3 million consumer records containing credit card, bank account and other personal information.
Jul 4 2007 11:27AM
Gold bar sold at online auction for 1p
A bar of gold bullion worth more than £1,000 (A$2,400) has been sold at Humraz Auctions for just 1p.
May 28 2007 12:00PM
Prison keys sold on eBay
Quick lock change in order after security slip.
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NCsoft game secrets 'sold to rival'
Guild Wars publisher may have been betrayed by disgruntled staff.
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IBM offshoot sold to Frontline
Classic Blue, an IBM Australia company has sold its systems integration operation to Frontline Systems Australia.
Dec 13 2006 12:30PM
Nintendo Wii sold out in minutes
Frenzied buying on first day of European sales.
Dec 11 2006 9:47AM
Russian hackers sold WMF exploit
Criminal gangs are selling malware source codes to exploit flaws such as the recent WMF vulnerability in a worrying new trend.
Feb 6 2006 4:39PM
Leading Edge Internet sold to Bytecard
Wholesale data and telecommunication services aggregator Leading Edge Internet has been sold to one of its largest downstream customers, Bytecard.
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