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Zurich Australia's CIO to leave
Brambles deploys 'autonomous' pallets to fight global timber shortage
US SEC charges three with insider trading tied to Equifax hack
Super Retail Group digital sales tip over $600 million
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Apple users suffer iOS 5 update problems
Slow servers mar Apple's code release.
Oct 14 2011 7:05AM
Apple hunts for 'unreleased products' security guards
Lost prototypes spur Apple jobs growth.
Sep 7 2011 7:10AM
Google continues 'spring clean'
Ends Firefox Toolbar and Google Labs.
Jul 22 2011 6:57AM
Firefox 5 set for June launch
Ramps up release schedule.
Apr 12 2011 7:47AM
Microsoft announces Silverlight 5
Beta next year.
Dec 6 2010 1:30PM
Video: Why Dell ditched the container data centre
Too small a market for containers.
Nov 11 2010 4:08PM
Newly issued Safari closes 48 holes
Vulnerabilites in Safari, WebKit and Color Sync.
Jun 9 2010 12:12PM
Adelaide gets nod for high density data centre
Gauvin to build data centre in old Mitsubishi plant.
Mar 11 2010 3:07PM
HP to cut 5,700 more jobs
HP is to cut a total of 5,700 jobs across Europe, the Middle East and Africa over the next two years.
Jun 1 2009 3:37PM
Jboss 5 finally sees the light of day
After a significant period of waiting, a final 'stable' release of Jboss 5 has hit Jboss.org for download.
Dec 8 2008 7:04AM
More than 5,000 pirated eBay credentials found on web
A security researcher has discovered a loot of eBay credentials on a Google cache.
Oct 15 2008 10:10AM
Review: IdentiPHI SAFsolution 5
IdentiPHI's SAFsolution 5 Enterprise Edition builds a platform on which an enterprise can integrate biometrics into the already existing environment.
Sep 15 2008 9:26AM
Tassie government lodges $5 million broadband bond
The Tasmanian government has lodged the $5 million bond required to take part in the federal government’s $4.7 billion national broadband network project, rounding out the now known participants to seven.
May 28 2008 3:52PM
Mozilla unleashes Firefox 3 beta 5
The Mozilla Foundation has released the latest beta for Firefox 3, which includes more than 750 alterations and fixes..
Apr 4 2008 7:19AM
UK boffins plan Mach 5 airliner
A British company has designed an eco-friendly airliner that could make a trip from London to Sydney in under five hours.
Feb 6 2008 3:36PM
Telstra to cough up $5 million in class action settlement
Telstra has sought approval from the Federal Court to pay shareholders up to $5 million as a settlement for a class action lawsuit brought against the telco.
Nov 12 2007 12:50PM
Endace buys MSSP Applied Watch for $5 million
New Zealand-based network monitoring provider Endace has acquired Applied Watch Technologies, a managed security services provider, for US$5 million.
Oct 16 2007 9:51AM
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
Hacker accesses Social Security numbers of 71,000 US health care workers
The personal information - including Social Security numbers - of 71,000 Indiana state health care workers were accessed by a hacker in January.
Mar 23 2007 1:34AM
China Mobile adds 5 million users in December
More than the population of Ireland.
Jan 23 2007 9:13AM
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