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The e-book writes its second chapter

The e-book writes its second chapter

Alexander Turcic cuts through e-book reader confusion.
Jan 8 2010 6:33AM
Google patents smart cooling for data centres

Google patents smart cooling for data centres

New system could slash data centre cooling costs.
Dec 1 2009 4:08PM
US government data trawling exposed

US government data trawling exposed

Indymedia case shows embarrassing levels of snooping.
Nov 12 2009 12:07PM
Free-riders targeted in national e-waste scheme

Free-riders targeted in national e-waste scheme

Makers and importers of PCs and electronics affected.
Nov 6 2009 1:05AM
IBM improves disaster recovery with ProtecTier update

IBM improves disaster recovery with ProtecTier update

Promises smoother business continuity.
Jul 31 2009 3:22PM
Report urges electronic health records by 2012

Report urges electronic health records by 2012

Government blueprint advocates ICT transformation of the healthcare sector.
Jul 27 2009 5:45PM
Filtering opponent to advise Democrats rebuild

Filtering opponent to advise Democrats rebuild

Anti-filter campaign gets its own political party.
Jul 23 2009 6:32AM
Sweden dives into eHealth as Australia dallies

Sweden dives into eHealth as Australia dallies

"Get on with it," says Aussie implementing e-Health system in Sweden.
Jun 19 2009 6:48AM
HP rolls out flexible screen material

HP rolls out flexible screen material

HP is showing off a new printing system which can place electronic screens on multiple devices as a thin sheet.
Jun 3 2009 2:21AM
IceTV wins High Court battle against Nine

IceTV wins High Court battle against Nine

Electronic program guide (EPG) provider IceTV has won a three-year battle with the Nine Network over allegations of copyright infringement.
Apr 22 2009 3:10PM
Privacy group up in arms over Google's cloud services

Privacy group up in arms over Google's cloud services

The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a privacy advocacy group, filed a complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Tuesday urging an investigation of Google's cloud computing services to determine the adequacy of its privacy and security safeguards.
Mar 19 2009 11:26AM
Top 10 most inspiring moments in IT

Top 10 most inspiring moments in IT

To say that the technology industry has had a rough couple of months would be a huge understatement.
Jan 31 2009 1:01AM
Electronic recycling plant opens in Sydney

Electronic recycling plant opens in Sydney

Environment Minister Peter Garrett has opened a new e-waste recycling plant,but environmentalists are falling over themselves to say that it was not enough to solve the country's epidemic of gadgety garbage.
Nov 20 2008 6:24AM
Cabcharge to refresh taxi payment terminals

Cabcharge to refresh taxi payment terminals

Cabcharge has announced a ‘multi-million dollar’ deal to buy 20,000 VeriFone POS terminals for its non-cash fare management system for taxis.
Aug 15 2008 12:22PM
US warns Olympic travellers about electronic espionage

US warns Olympic travellers about electronic espionage

In a strongly worded warning the US government warned people visiting Beijing for the start of the Olympic Games that they should trust no-one with their electronic devices..
Aug 11 2008 7:11AM
UK electronic passports cloned within minutes

UK electronic passports cloned within minutes

An investigation by the Times has shown that the supposedly secure electronic passports used by the UK government can be cracked and cloned in minutes.
Aug 7 2008 2:20PM
Esquire debuts electronic ink cover

Esquire debuts electronic ink cover

The American version of Esquire magazine will be trialling digital front covers in September.
Jul 24 2008 9:11AM
U.S. government invests US$43 million in research that slows light

U.S. government invests US$43 million in research that slows light

A team of electrical engineers has been awarded a US$4.3 million grant for their research into laser information streams.
May 16 2008 3:59PM
Electronic giants lobby for national television recycling scheme

Electronic giants lobby for national television recycling scheme

A group of major electronics brands have joined together to speed up the development of a national television recycle program.
May 8 2008 4:13PM
Electronic voting systems vulnerable to hackers

Electronic voting systems vulnerable to hackers

Researchers from the University of California found IT and physical security vulnerabilities in three electronic voting systems as part of a study for the top election official of the nation's most populous state.
Jul 31 2007 8:51AM

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