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Google gives Chrome 10 beta a turbo boost
Feb 21 2011 7:09AM
Telstra gives $400,000 to employee's charities
Telstra has given its employees the chance to donate to their favourite charities and community organisations as part of a $400,000 grants scheme.
Oct 9 2008 3:08PM
ARM gives IBM a hand against Intel
A bunch of chip firms have banded together in a move that should get mighty Intel a bit hot under the collar.
Sep 30 2008 9:18AM
Niue gives a child a laptop
The tiny island nation of Niue has become the first nation in the world to issue laptop computers to all of its children.
Aug 26 2008 3:17PM
Information Commissioner gives thumbs up to Google Streetview
UK privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), has declared that Google's Streetview service won't break any privacy laws when it begins operation in the UK..
Aug 6 2008 7:34AM
QLD Govt. gives $10M for NICTA
The Queensland State Government has coughed up $10 million in funding for NICTA’s Queensland Research Laboratory (NICTA QRL).
Jun 30 2008 3:01PM
NSW government gives HSC students online help
The NSW Office of the Board of Studies this week launched an interactive study resource website for the 67,000 Higher School Certificate students in the state.
Jun 5 2008 12:57PM
Microsoft gives Yahoo one last chance
Microsoft has warned Yahoo that it could pull its offer to buy the internet giant if the firm continues to hold out for a better deal.
Apr 28 2008 11:58AM
Amazon gives US$50 to each HD-DVD customer
Online retail giant Amazon has given US$50 credit to all customers who bought an HD-DVD player before 23 February, the date Toshiba officially surrendered the format war..
Apr 12 2008 11:09AM
Nanotech boffin gives storage the needle
A Dutch researcher is working on next-generation storage technology that could see data held on millions of tiny needles..
Apr 1 2008 7:19AM
Gartner gives Second Life a dose of virtual reality
Virtual worlds, such as Second Life, might one day be a useful business tool but they are not yet enterprise-ready, analyst group Gartner has warned.
Mar 12 2008 3:06PM
Telstra Foundation gives $2M to reduce online bullying
Telstra has set aside $2 million for a new program aimed at reducing bullying and harassment of children using the internet and mobile phones across Australia.
Feb 4 2008 2:48PM
ComputerCorp gives Telstra help with clients
National ICT integrator ComputerCORP (Operations) has signed a three year managed service contract with Telstra Corporation to provide hardware solutions and associated services across Australia and overseas for some of the telco's clients.
Jan 14 2008 4:00PM
Federal Court gives a win to the ACCC on Foxtel digital Pay TV service
The Federal Court has upheld the decision of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to accept a special access undertaking from Foxtel for its digital Pay TV set top unit service.
Dec 14 2007 12:24PM
EU gives nod to laser fusion research
The European Union has approved a £500m programme to conduct research into laser-based nuclear fusion.
Sep 5 2007 11:35AM
Gartner gives thumbs up to IBM Notes/Domino 8
Gartner has given a general thumbs up to IBM's long-awaited Lotus Notes and Domino 8 groupware offerings.
Aug 31 2007 7:20AM
ACS Oks NetAlert
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has thrown its support behind the Protecting Australian Families Online program.
Aug 13 2007 2:34PM
US firm gives finger to digital pirates
New York-based media monitoring firm, Competitrack, has introduced the latest weapon against piracy in the form of its video fingerprinting technology for policing online video piracy and copyright infringement.
Aug 10 2007 9:58AM
Microsoft gives details on Xbox 360 flaws
Microsoft has revealed details about the problems suffered by its Xbox 360 consoles, and the reasons for its recent warranty extension.
Jul 19 2007 11:21AM
Google gives historic Chilean village to Argentina
Google Maps off target.
May 3 2007 1:40PM
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