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Computers in schools don't help kids learn: OECD
Basic literacy, numeracy more important, report finds.
Sep 15 2015 1:39PM
Coalition promises to reform tech in schools
Pledges $10m online language trial.
Aug 29 2013 1:46PM
Tas Police officers to trial Windows 8 tablets
Updated: Opens new front in tech spending push.
May 9 2013 11:33AM
Data centre outage crashes Virgin, Jetstar check-in
Nov 10 2012 2:01PM
Qantas chaos as check-in computers crash
Global Altea outage.
Jul 1 2012 12:57PM
Acer to supply 65k notebooks to QLD schools
Latest round of computers for schools program.
Nov 30 2011 12:23PM
Ponemon lashes out at thumb drive 'negligence'
Employers, employees in firing line.
Aug 10 2011 1:46PM
Windows 8 works on all Windows 7 PCs
System requirements stay flat.
Jul 13 2011 7:20AM
Crackers target French Government's G20 plans
Over 150 computers compromised.
Mar 8 2011 5:56AM
Zeus dropper causes computers to be re-infected
'The evolution of Zeus' continues.
Oct 26 2010 2:15PM
Altech sues ex-employee over software system
Claims developer injected malicious code, stole trade secrets.
Oct 5 2010 8:15AM
Coalition unveils $120m school ICT scheme
Open to 'technology improvements', not just laptops.
Aug 13 2010 4:15PM
Zeus-driven botnet discovered that has infected 100,000 computers
Harvests banking and card details.
Aug 9 2010 1:20PM
Microsoft urges patching of Support Centre flaw
Over 25,000 computers have already been attacked.
Jul 15 2010 7:22AM
Apple strikes back: blogger's computers seized
Search warrant says computers used in theft felony.
Apr 27 2010 4:34PM
Waledac takedown severed 100,00 computers from network
Operation b49 "decimates communications" from botnet.
Mar 19 2010 11:00AM
Microsoft begins assault on Waledac botnet
Claims success in shutting down connections.
Feb 26 2010 6:40AM
Antarctic network caretakers in demand
IT workers kept on ice.
Jan 25 2010 2:28PM
Temporary files frequently left on shared computers
Better user education needed.
Oct 7 2009 11:11AM
Google buys fraud protection start-up
ReCaptcha buy will cut fraud and help with book projects.
Sep 17 2009 2:32PM
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