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SingTel engineers work to recover from exchange fire
Damaged 51 cables.
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Telstra engineers work to fix BigPond email
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Apple, Google, Intel fail to end poaching lawsuit
Software engineers claim limited pay and job mobility.
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Police shut down Megaupload sites
Hackers strike US Justice Department in retaliation.
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The Rudd Government has announced it will invest $16.15 million in a training facility for networking engineering students at the Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE (GippsTAFE).
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IT engineers to be taught social skills
IT engineers are to be taught social skills as well as programming in a new course from the Potsdam University south of Berlin.
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Credit crunch forcing software engineers into crime
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Engineers build 'wires' one molecule wide
US researchers at the University of Pittsburgh claim to have created "the best method so far" of assembling wire-like structures only a single molecule wide.
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Engineers tout 'morphable' computers
Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, a developer of sensor systems for the US military, has claimed that it has developed the world's first computers that can morph into different forms.
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