Vivienne Fisher

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Police investigate digital camera theft

Police investigate digital camera theft

NSW Police are investigating the theft of $750,000 worth of digital cameras from a warehouse in Sydney.
Feb 22 2005 1:56PM
Worldwide PDA shipments grow: Gartner

Worldwide PDA shipments grow: Gartner

Worldwide PDA revenue hit a record US$4.3 billion in 2004, driven by an increased average selling price, according to preliminary results from Gartner research.
Feb 17 2005 3:03PM
Financial spam on the increase: Clearswift

Financial spam on the increase: Clearswift

Spam touting get-rich-quick schemes has been on the increase, according to a monthly spam index.
Feb 16 2005 2:51PM
Bank of Queensland hit by ghost website

Bank of Queensland hit by ghost website

The Bank of Queensland has issued a warning to customers, after discovering a fraudulent website trying to pass itself off as the bank.
Feb 14 2005 3:09PM
Australians love technology: survey

Australians love technology: survey

Life is speeding up for Australians as they make more use of technology, according to a recent survey.
Feb 11 2005 1:00PM
No decision made to sell Sensis: Telstra

No decision made to sell Sensis: Telstra

Telstra has said it has made no decision to sell its advertising and search company Sensis.
Feb 8 2005 1:11PM
RFID 'out of the lab': Deloitte

RFID 'out of the lab': Deloitte

Deloitte has predicted that 2005 will be the year that RFID makes it "out of the lab and into the commercial world".
Feb 7 2005 3:32PM
Man arrested for allegedly selling stolen goods on eBay

Man arrested for allegedly selling stolen goods on eBay

Police have arrested a man for allegedly selling stolen property on online marketplace eBay.
Feb 2 2005 11:08AM
New rules for adult mobile phone content?

New rules for adult mobile phone content?

The Australian Communications Authority is looking at the possibility of new rules for premium services accessed from mobile phones.
Feb 1 2005 2:06PM
Computers for low-income households

Computers for low-income households

A Sydney non-profit organisation is recycling computers in a bid to increase the number of low-income households in Australia with access to a PC.
Jan 31 2005 3:06PM
Police target online child abuse

Police target online child abuse

Law enforcement agencies from around the world have teamed up on a web-based initiative to try and prevent online child abuse.
Jan 28 2005 2:33PM
Worm poses as tsunami relief fund email

Worm poses as tsunami relief fund email

A worm has been discovered that poses as an email about relief funds being collected for tsunami victims.
Jan 25 2005 2:01PM
Welcome to the new-look iTnews.com.au

Welcome to the new-look iTnews.com.au

We've given iTnews a facelift and made a range of other improvements, in a move designed to make it quicker and easier for you to find the breaking stories that you're looking for.
Dec 6 2004 2:00PM
Want an SMS for xmas?

Want an SMS for xmas?

Some Australians would rather get a text message during the festive season than a Christmas card, according to a survey.
Dec 1 2004 12:00AM
Phishing emails target Citibank

Phishing emails target Citibank

Citibank is the latest bank to become a target for phishers, with several spam emails circulating over the weekend targeting unsuspecting recipients.
Nov 29 2004 12:00AM
Police to investigate email error

Police to investigate email error

NSW Police have admitted to mistakenly emailing partial images of child pornography to 1800 government school principals across the state.
Nov 26 2004 12:00AM
Watch out for card skimming: Police

Watch out for card skimming: Police

Christmas shoppers and holiday bargain hunters are being warned about potential fraud from credit card skimming.
Nov 25 2004 12:00AM
BigPond apologises to Aust Idol winner

BigPond apologises to Aust Idol winner

BigPond has apologised, following yesterday's revelations that an ad about Australian Idol winner Casey Donovan included a URL for a porn site.
Nov 23 2004 12:00AM
Staff online Christmas shopping at work: survey

Staff online Christmas shopping at work: survey

Almost a quarter of employees surveyed plan to do their Christmas shopping online while at the office, according to a study.
Nov 22 2004 12:00AM
Police warn consumers about credit card scam

Police warn consumers about credit card scam

Fraudsters posing as bank officers have been trying to get people to reveal personal banking information, according to ACT Policing.
Nov 16 2004 12:00AM

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