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Technology 'rubbish' at relieving stress
Nature beats technology hands down when it comes to reducing stress, new research reveals..
Jun 12 2008 7:37AM
Arun Sarin steps down at Vodafone
Arun Sarin has announced his retirement as Vodafone chief executive and will be succeeded by current deputy chief executive Vittorio Colao..
May 28 2008 12:00PM
Enterprises at risk from email leaks
Large enterprises continue to risk leaks from outbound email, blogs, message boards, media sharing sites and mobile devices, according to new research..
May 28 2008 7:44AM
Yahoo board fights back at Icahn
Yahoo's board has hit back at attempts by investment mogul Carl Icahn to force a takeover of the firm by Microsoft..
May 19 2008 7:45AM
iPhone and Leopard take centre stage at WWDC
Apple plans to showcase a 3G iPhone and a new Leopard operating system to developers in San Francisco next month..
May 15 2008 7:35AM
Google hints at ad partnership with Yahoo
Senior Google executives have publicly expressed interest in a potential advertising partnership with search engine rival Yahoo..
May 10 2008 12:20PM
AMD takes aim at small businesses
AMD has kicked off an initiative to get its chips into the small and medium-sized business market..
Apr 30 2008 3:15PM
Boffins grow nanowires at low temperatures
US researchers have patented a "breakthrough" low-temperature, catalyst-free technique for growing copper nanowires..
Apr 30 2008 7:32AM
Sales remain flat at iPhone maker
Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, which assembles the iPhone and other Apple products, saw revenue growth slow to 3.38 per cent during 2007, according to a company statement..
Apr 25 2008 12:58PM
Employee file transfers put firms at risk
Companies are being warned of the dangers posed by third-party web transfer services, and the use of instant messaging and social networking sites to send personal information..
Apr 16 2008 7:45AM
Microsoft bites back at Yahoo rejection
In the game of tit for tat going on between Microsoft and Yahoo, the Redmond Giant issued a response late yesterday to Yahoo’s rejection earlier in the week..
Apr 11 2008 8:00AM
Outsourcing code puts security at risk
A study into companies that outsource code development has found that six out of 10 do not include security specifications..
Apr 8 2008 7:54AM
FBI reports internet crime at all-time high
Internet crime is at an all time high, according to figures from the FBI, which said that losses totalled US$240 million last year.
Apr 7 2008 7:50AM
BBC hits out at iPlayer 'traffic shaping'
The BBC is threatening to name and shame ISPs that attempt to 'traffic shape' downloads from its increasingly popular iPlayer service..
Apr 7 2008 7:47AM
Intel drives mobile vision at IDF
Intel has laid out its vision of smaller, more powerful and more energy efficient mobile devices that provide a greatly improved user experience..
Apr 2 2008 2:33PM
EU looks hard at Nokia's Navteq buy
The European Commission has begun a careful examination of Nokia's proposed acquisition of mapping firm Navteq..
Apr 1 2008 7:19AM
GroundWork aims at enterprise network monitoring
Open source network management software vendor GroundWork has announced an enterprise-focused network monitoring package and a new version of their flagship GroundWork Monitor package, 5.2.
Mar 27 2008 3:03PM
Dell pitches R300/T300 servers at SMEs
Dell has unveiled a range of servers for small and medium-sized businesses..
Mar 19 2008 10:00PM
German police raid stands at CeBIT
German police have raided stands at CeBIT, the world's largest computer exhibition..
Mar 11 2008 3:51PM
E-Learning replaces face-to-face training at Housing NSW
A newly developed e-learning platform has been deployed at Housing New South Wales, saving the organisation an expected $150,000 in costs that would otherwise have been incurred by face-to-face training.
Mar 7 2008 4:04PM
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