Govt to reintroduce consumer data right bill
'The Dish' still beaming signals from Australia 50 years after moon walk
Amazon AU adds AMD-powered instances
'Polarising' Oracle and 'disjointed' IBM remain cloud also-rans
Atlassian reboots performance reviews to combat 'brilliant jerks'
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Cyber-cars hit the streets
A computer-controlled driverless car that runs on tracks and uses lasers to avoid obstacles is being tested in the Northamptonshire town of Daventry.
Sep 28 2007 7:34AM
Satnav means safer, greener driving, says study
In-car navigation systems make trips shorter, safer and more environmentally-friendly, according to researchers in Taiwan.
Aug 6 2007 2:30PM
Advertised broadband not up to speed, says UK watchdog
Orange, Bulldog and Tiscali are among ISPs slammed by consumer watchdog Which? for providing home broadband at speeds far slower than the advertised "up to 8Mbps".
Aug 6 2007 11:13AM
AOL to stream Spider-Man 3 premiere coverage
will stream two hours of live coverage of the
premiere in London later today.
Apr 24 2007 2:43PM
Gates talks up voice recognition
Microsoft chairman says technology has 'no limits'.
Apr 24 2007 12:15PM
Google courts broadcasters with YouTube ads
Ditch TV advertising and embrace the web, says Google boss.
Apr 24 2007 11:06AM
Microsoft raises the barcode for Xbox and DVDs
Next-generation colour barcode to appear by Christmas.
Apr 23 2007 2:00PM
Analogue radio faces its endgame
More spectrum needed for digital, says Ofcom.
Apr 23 2007 12:40PM
Skype and PayPal push eBay profits to all-time high
UK success offsets US slow down.
Apr 23 2007 12:30PM
Orange and Vodafone cut VoIP from Nokia N95
It's about technology not protectionism, say telcos.
Apr 23 2007 12:00PM
Hotmail still riddled with spam
Microsoft has admitted that up to 98 percent of messages sent to Hotmail addresses are spam.
Apr 23 2007 11:44AM
Microsoft offers US$3 Windows package for poor nations
Gates seeking to reach next generation of consumers.
Apr 20 2007 11:50AM
Warner accuses website of DRM violation
Warner Music Group has demanded that its music be removed from a new online retailer, after the site sold digital downloads without copy protection software.
Apr 17 2007 2:31PM
Google rapped over Chinese software 'copy'
Google may face legal action after admitting to unauthorised use of data from Chinese internet portal Sohu in its own Chinese translation software.
Apr 17 2007 10:09AM
PlayStation 3 helps Sony to five-year high
But Samsung takes a slide.
Apr 17 2007 10:08AM
Visa failure hits online shoppers
Visa has emailed an apology to tens of millions of European customers after its online authorisation system suffered a system failure.
Apr 17 2007 10:06AM
Bush under fire over '5 million' disappearing emails
The White House has come under fire after losing a reported 5 million official emails, including several relating to the controversial firing of eight US attorneys.
Apr 16 2007 10:21AM
Microsoft boosted by Chinese piracy clampdown
Microsoft is expecting a 20 percent sales boost in China over the next year, following the country's clampdown on software piracy.
Apr 12 2007 2:15PM
AOL shamed by loss of thousands of emails
AOL has assigned technical staff to help UK customers whose email archives were wiped of thousands of messages.
Apr 11 2007 12:15PM
YouTube urged to get tough with cyber-bullies
Education secretary slams 'humiliating' websites.
Apr 11 2007 11:40AM
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