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'Can you hear me?' phone scam reaches Australia
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Comment: The challenge of mobile data
Nobody wants towers, everybody wants coverage.
Jul 11 2011 6:00AM
WHO says mobile phone use 'possibly carcinogenic'
Now in the same cancer risk category as lead, chloroform and coffee.
Jun 1 2011 6:20AM
Researcher fights data breach pay cut
Is IT responsible?
Oct 27 2010 6:41AM
30,000 fall for ComputerTan scam
Over 30,000 people have signed up to a web site offering to let them tan via their computer monitor without realising it was a scam to publicise a skin cancer charity.
Feb 6 2009 3:33PM
Mobiles cleared of eye cancer risk
A study in Germany has concluded that there is no link between mobile phone use and a rare form of eye cancer.
Jan 16 2009 6:47AM
Steve Jobs ends cancer rumours
Steve Jobs has announced that his weight loss is due to a hormone imbalance, rather than the resurgence of pancreatic cancer, and has insisted that he has no plans to step down as Apple chief executive.
Jan 6 2009 6:32AM
New warnings of mobile phone dangers
Two new studies have warned of potential health risks from using mobile phones.
Sep 23 2008 4:04PM
IBM supercomputer boosts cancer research
An IBM supercomputer is to be deployed at Canada's Ontario Cancer Institute to search for more effective treatments for cancer..
Jul 1 2008 3:40PM
Virtual world to help children cope with cancer
Researchers in Canada are developing an online virtual world in which children with cancer can talk with others about their illness, and manage symptoms caused by cancer and other chronic diseases.
Apr 5 2008 12:15PM
RFID chips may cause cancer
RFID chips, which are currently being implanted in humans in some US states, have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals, according to reports in Associated Press.
Sep 13 2007 10:55AM
Cancer enquiries centre on the Web
Internet is the first port of call for information on the disease.
Oct 19 2006 10:01AM
Users fall for ‘lipstick causes cancer’ email
Security experts have warned PC users not to fall for a chain letter - which claims lipstick causes cancer - spreading in the wild.
Mar 13 2006 12:50PM
American Cancer Society selects WatchGuard to secure 23 locations
The American Cancer Society plans to deploy WatchGuard Firebox X security appliances in order to boost security across its 23 locations nationwide.
Jul 6 2004 9:33PM
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