Hardware

British Airways hit by global IT meltdown

British Airways hit by global IT meltdown

Denies cyber attack.
May 27 2017 11:18PM
How WA govt plans to get to zero data centres

How WA govt plans to get to zero data centres

Inside GovNext.
May 24 2017 11:16AM
ARM's brain implant chips will fight paralysis

ARM's brain implant chips will fight paralysis

Chipmaker teams up with University of Washington researchers.
May 19 2017 10:35AM
Western Digital tries to block sale of Toshiba's chip unit

Western Digital tries to block sale of Toshiba's chip unit

Takes legal action.
May 15 2017 3:01PM
Data centre fire strikes UniSuper

Data centre fire strikes UniSuper

Partial system shutdown at Port Melbourne facility.
May 12 2017 7:00AM
US likely to expand airline laptop ban to Europe

US likely to expand airline laptop ban to Europe

But needs to work through luggage hold issues.
May 11 2017 7:11AM
Sky TV NZ creates hybrid OpenStack-AWS environment

Sky TV NZ creates hybrid OpenStack-AWS environment

Uses sprints to bed down OpenStack.
May 9 2017 11:41AM
ACT running core IT on unsupported operating systems

ACT running core IT on unsupported operating systems

Access controls also a big issue.
May 8 2017 2:03PM
Intel system management security hole worse than feared

Intel system management security hole worse than feared

Dell, Lenovo, Fujitsu and HP to release patched firmware.
May 8 2017 6:39AM
ATO, Immigration left with $417k device replacement bills

ATO, Immigration left with $417k device replacement bills

Govt-issued mobiles and tablets get damaged, lost or stolen.
May 4 2017 3:26PM
Apple to create $1bn US advanced manufacturing fund

Apple to create $1bn US advanced manufacturing fund

Seeks to prove its chops in job creation.
May 4 2017 11:09AM
SAN outages put dent in ATO's cybersecurity

SAN outages put dent in ATO's cybersecurity

Struggled to remain compliant.
May 1 2017 5:35PM
Huawei under fire for 'cutting corners' with phone chips

Huawei under fire for 'cutting corners' with phone chips

As tight supply bites.
May 1 2017 10:57AM
Bose sued over alleged privacy breach

Bose sued over alleged privacy breach

Headphones maker accused of selling customer data without permission.
Apr 20 2017 6:48AM
HPE Australia posts profit as standalone business

HPE Australia posts profit as standalone business

But HP Inc fares less well.
Apr 19 2017 11:00AM
Toshiba creditors likely to approve chip unit collateral for $12bn finance

Toshiba creditors likely to approve chip unit collateral for $12bn finance

Money needed to keep the lights on.
Apr 18 2017 11:26AM
Fire hazard prompts Panasonic Toughpad recall

Fire hazard prompts Panasonic Toughpad recall

Affects models sold over four-year period.
Apr 18 2017 10:21AM
Victoria Police to deploy 10,000 iPhones and iPads

Victoria Police to deploy 10,000 iPhones and iPads

Motorola lands $50 million deal.
Apr 13 2017 11:22AM
Toshiba warns it might not be able to survive

Toshiba warns it might not be able to survive

Files results unapproved by auditor.
Apr 12 2017 9:32AM
3D printed parts to save Boeing millions

3D printed parts to save Boeing millions

First printed structural components for a plane.
Apr 11 2017 10:47AM

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