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Google Apps drops support for older browsers
Business customers must use the latest browsers.
Jun 6 2011 7:43AM
Analysis: Google drops the http:// from Chrome
Some geeks are not happy.
Apr 21 2010 6:10AM
US government drops demands for Yahoo email details
Electronic Frontier Foundation announces victory in privacy case.
Apr 20 2010 12:30PM
Computelec drops WatchGuard for Fortinet
Fortinet held a partner lunch recently announcing dates for this year's Channel Partner Conference.
Jul 8 2009 9:52AM
Apple drops support document encouraging anti-virus adoption
Calling it "old and innaccurate," Apple has pulled a release note that recommended Mac users install anti-virus software.
Dec 5 2008 9:42AM
Apple drops top Macbook Air price
The kindly folk at Cupertino have lopped £300 ($500) off of the price of the top-spec Macbook Air.
Jul 7 2008 2:12PM
Ebay drops Aussie Paypal monopoly
Australian Ebay sellers were celebrating victory after the online auction site waved the white flag and backed down from plans to ram Paypal down users’ throats.
Jul 5 2008 6:33AM
Internode drops $39 ‘Fast Transfer’ fee
In an attempt to draw customers away from rival broadband companies, Australian ISP, Internode, is offering a free churn procedure until June 30.
May 12 2008 4:09PM
Wal-Mart drops $199 Linux PC
Wal-Mart is dropping the US$199 Everex Linux Green gPC from its stores, despite selling out in under two weeks..
Mar 12 2008 7:28AM
US Kmart drops Blu-ray players
US supermarket chain Kmart is to stop selling Blu-ray players in its stores.
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ACCC drops investigation into Google's acquisition of DoubleClick
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has confirmed it will not intervene in Google's US$3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick.
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Oracle drops BEA acquisition offer
Oracle has retracted its US$6.7bn offer to acquire middleware maker BEA, after BEA allowed a Sunday deadline to expire.
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Image spam drops again, but researchers see more PDF stock spam
Levels of image spam dropped again in June, but researchers also saw increased use of PDF spam.
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Firefox market share drops
Safari and Internet Explorer gain ground on open source browser.
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One in two IT employers to hire this quarter
Almost half of Australian IT employers surveyed by Hudson expected to increase staff numbers this quarter, according to the recruiter's latest survey.
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Linspire drops Click 'N Run user fees
Desktop Linux to open source software installation and update technology.
Aug 31 2006 11:55AM
Optus drops line rental fees, moves to bucket plans
Optus has moved to arrest falling use of its fixed line services through the scrapping of line rental fees on its new home phone plans.
May 30 2006 10:45AM
Xbox drops prices, undercuts PS2
Microsoft Xbox is cutting the recommended retail price of its gaming console from $299 to $249 -- undercutting main rival PlayStation 2 by about $50.
Mar 30 2004 12:00AM
Optus drops broadband access prices
Optus has announced sweeping price reductions of between $5 and $30 a month for its DSL and cable broadband internet plans, on the back of Telstra’s recent controversial price cuts.
Mar 1 2004 12:00AM
Hagemeyer drops Minolta, signs Casio digital cameras
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