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49 flaws to be fixed by Microsoft
Four patches 'critical'.
Oct 8 2010 12:19PM
New Reader, Acrobat from Adobe fixed for 23 flaws
Adobe closes a whopping 23 vulnerabilities in new release.
Oct 6 2010 10:36AM
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Corporate phone policies abused?
Sep 7 2010 1:32PM
Optus won't rule out co-funding Coalition backhaul
Reports quarterly growth in mobile subscribers.
Aug 12 2010 6:58AM
NTT inks BigAir wireless supply deal
May lead to network expansion.
Jul 13 2010 2:41PM
Two severe bugs silently fixed in recent Microsoft update
Software giant accused of downplaying severity of the patch.
May 7 2010 11:27AM
Optus confirms broadband plan revamp
March plan leak was 100 percent genuine.
Apr 27 2010 12:11PM
Optus reveals insight into mobile broadband users
One-third to use more data in the future.
Apr 21 2010 11:26AM
Apple delivers massive security update for OS X
90 flaws addressed.
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Telstra revamps business unit setup
Product group split; new operations and customer service units.
Nov 30 2009 1:31PM
Exetel offer radical new approach on download limits
Changes its off-peak fixed limit to a limit based on an average.
Nov 18 2009 3:35PM
NBN brings up fixed broadband figures
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Optus grows across all service lines
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ispOne renews Telstra Wholesale contract
Thodey’s touch filters down the ranks.
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Woolworths launches prepaid mobile services
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Fixed-line decline led by young people
Aussies aged 18 to 24 are choosing mobile over fixed line phones when they move out of home for the first time, an ACMA report shows.
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Seagate fixes bug in Barracuda drives
Seagate has fixed a bug in its Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB hard drive which caused applications to hang intermittently.
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Opinion: Mobile Me finally fixed... for now
Apple fans can finally breathe a fruit-flavoured sigh of relief as the Cupertino Collective announces that its Mobile Me fluffy Cloud service is up and running properly.
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