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Apple developers go crazy for iPhone
Apple claims that over 100,000 developers have downloaded the iPhone software development kit (SDK) in just four days..
Mar 14 2008 7:13AM
Lenovo pledges to go green
Lenovo is introducing smaller and more efficient desktop PCs in order to meet tighter environmental standards..
Feb 27 2008 3:40PM
Global web threats go local
The increasing sophistication of malware writers has been highlighted once again in a new report by web security firm McAfee.
Feb 25 2008 3:22PM
Office 2007 users go back in time
Software developer Addintools has created the
Classic Menu for Office 2007
, which overrides the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface..
Jan 25 2008 7:50AM
Five million go for a Wii in Japan
Nintendo's Wii console has now sold over five million units in Japan, according to the latest sales figures.
Jan 24 2008 1:03PM
Digital maps to go interactive
The expected growth of pedestrian navigation and location-based services means that traditional map production technologies will no longer be able to generate and update sufficiently detailed maps, experts predict..
Dec 18 2007 7:04AM
Engin lets go of its stake in Unwired for $25.1 million
Broadband phone vendor, Engin has accepted Network Investment Holdings (NIH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Seven Network Group, ordinary shares takeover of Unwired Group.
Nov 19 2007 2:01PM
Beatles songs to go online next year
The entire Beatles back catalogue will be put online within the next 12 months, according to comments made by Sir Paul McCartney.
Nov 19 2007 12:28PM
Doctors go virtual with ‘Internet prescriptions’
The traditional doctor-patient relationship is being transformed by the Internet according to a recent study that found GPs are passing the diagnosis buck by increasingly prescribing ‘health websites’ to their patients.
Nov 13 2007 3:38PM
Perens urges firms to go open source
Many companies could successfully partake in open source projects without adversely affecting their business, according to open source activist Bruce Perens..
Nov 12 2007 7:22AM
Internode to recommence WiMAX deployment in regional S.A.
Businesses and residents of South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula are set to switch on Australia’s ‘first’ region wide wireless broadband service based on the WiMAX standard in the coming weeks as part of the Government’s $162.5 million Broadband Guarantee.
Oct 17 2007 1:59PM
Fraudsters go all out for social networkers
Identity thieves are increasingly focusing on social networking sites to gather information on targets, and Symantec's latest threat report has advised users to lie about some of their details.
Sep 18 2007 7:20AM
Microsoft has second go at single sign-on
Microsoft has started offering developers a software development kit for its Windows Live ID service.
Aug 21 2007 8:09AM
US boffins go pink for green energy
The future of green solar-powered energy may actually be pink, US boffins reported.
Aug 1 2007 11:15AM
Reviewers go gaga over iPhone
Praise for device accompanied by keyboard and internet speed complaints.
Jun 28 2007 10:23AM
Apple MacBook Pros go faster and greener
GLOBAL - Apple has rolled out the latest MacBook Pro featuring Intel's Core 2 Duo Santa Rosa chips, along with a larger memory capacity, new graphics cards and Led-backlit screens.
Jun 7 2007 12:19AM
Top space agencies to boldly go
The world's leading space agencies have unveiled a vision for globally co-ordinated space exploration to the Moon, Mars and beyond.
Jun 4 2007 12:35PM
Child porn surfers will go to prison
Top cop vows to jail deliberate paedophile site users.
Jun 4 2007 10:17AM
Go from 'visibly victimised' to 'silently competent'
When Dr. Gene Spafford and I wrote the original version of the Tripwire software program in 1992, it was to help solve the security problem of how to restore systems to a known good state after they have been compromised.
May 29 2007 4:28PM
Tap-and-go cards get go ahead
The UK banking industry has announced plans for the national rollout of ‘tap and go' technology on UK credit and debit cards.
May 10 2007 10:23AM
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