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Laptops, desktop sales see 'renaissance'
Shortages won't ease until 2022.
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Google delays return to office
Eyes 'flexible work week'.
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Microsoft to let most employees work remotely for up to half their weekly working hours
Providing greater flexibility even after offices start reopening.
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Google extends work from home through June next year
After internal debate.
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Questions why LTE operators would be exempt.
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Only one "critical".
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Xenophon emerges from Gillard NBN meeting
Working 19-hour days to cut through "mess".
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Office and Unified Access Gateway to see fixes.
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Avalanche botnet moves from distributing spam to Zeus lures
"An ominous development".
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New Reader, Acrobat from Adobe fixed for 23 flaws
Adobe closes a whopping 23 vulnerabilities in new release.
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TaintDroid reveals security threat from app downloads
Android free apps display some inappropriate behaviour.
Oct 4 2010 10:01AM
Twitter to switch from basic access authentication to OAuth on its API
Gone by August 31.
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Black Hat 2010: IE6 and IE7 also suffer from auto-fill flaw
Similar to Safari flaw.
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McKinnon lawyers seek help from new UK home secretary
Change of government could bring change in fortune.
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US$51bn losses from software piracy contribute to malware
Four out of ten software packages installed last year were pirated.
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Analysis: Google drops the http:// from Chrome
Some geeks are not happy.
Apr 21 2010 6:10AM
Mobiles will start replacing cash from 2011
Banks and mobile operators fight for control
Jan 16 2010 8:11AM
Digislide secures $18m funding from UK investors
Investment to ramp up manufacturing, R&D and overseas distribution.
Nov 16 2009 9:09AM
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