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Loop goes with Optus for MOKO

Loop goes with Optus for MOKO

Loop Mobile Limited has signed an agreement with Optus to launch Loop’s MOKO Mobile Community.

Dec 5 2007 3:19PM
Apple QuickTime exploit goes wild

Apple QuickTime exploit goes wild

Attackers have begun targeting an unpatched flaw in Apple's QuickTime multimedia player..
Dec 5 2007 7:10AM
Australia’s history goes online

Australia’s history goes online

Digital communications agency, Reading Room, has redeveloped the National Archives of Australia (NAA) website to give the public online access to fascinating records on the history of Australia.
Dec 3 2007 12:45PM
California University goes with Aussie developer

California University goes with Aussie developer

Australian-based software developer, HarvestRoad, has been selected by California State University as a core component in the prototype development of its California State University (CSU) Digital Marketplace.

Nov 26 2007 2:58PM
Adam Internet uncovers Naked DSL for 2008

Adam Internet uncovers Naked DSL for 2008

South Australian-based ISP, Adam Internet, is jumping on the Naked DSL bandwagon, announcing it will launch its Unconditioned Local Loop (ULL) broadband service in early 2008, just as soon as it resolves its current issues with Telstra before year's end.
Nov 21 2007 2:25PM
Russian hacker network goes underground

Russian hacker network goes underground

An online conduit accused of spreading vast amounts of malicious and criminal content has closed down its base in St Petersburg sparking fears that the operation will surface elsewhere..
Nov 13 2007 7:15AM
McAfee goes shopping for ScanAlert

McAfee goes shopping for ScanAlert

McAfee has agreed to acquire e-commerce firm ScanAlert in a transaction valued at up to US$75 million.
Nov 1 2007 1:30PM
Secure access goes mobile

Secure access goes mobile

Masabi and Gridsure join forces to provide solutions for corporates ande-commerce
Oct 22 2007 11:17AM
BitTorrent goes corporate

BitTorrent goes corporate

Peer-to-peer networking firm BitTorrent has launched a content delivery application for corporates.
Oct 12 2007 7:22AM
US state credit report freeze law goes into effect

US state credit report freeze law goes into effect

The US state of Oregon has become the latest to pass legislation to control identity theft.
Oct 5 2007 9:58AM
GPL goes to court

GPL goes to court

Developers of the BusyBox open source project have filed a lawsuit against Monsoon Multimedia for alleged violations of the General Public License.
Sep 21 2007 7:41AM
iPhone goes pan-European after all

iPhone goes pan-European after all

T-Mobile snaps up four more territories, according to report. Apple's iPhone will not be constrained to the big three European countries after all.
Sep 19 2007 6:40AM
Corporations must protect data wherever it goes

Corporations must protect data wherever it goes

When it comes to data security, enterprises have historically taken a "stop them at the gates" approach, similar to the purchase of a home security system.
Aug 31 2007 10:43AM
Windows piracy tool goes haywire

Windows piracy tool goes haywire

A problem with Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) over the weekend caused some users to mistakenly have their copies of Windows XP and Vista labeled as fraudulent.
Aug 28 2007 12:09PM
EDS Australia goes green with Fuji Xerox

EDS Australia goes green with Fuji Xerox

EDS streamlines its document production requirements to reduce carbon emissions.
Aug 16 2007 1:26PM
Universal goes DRM-free

Universal goes DRM-free

Universal has announced that it is abandoning the practice of embedding digital rights management (DRM) software in its music.

Aug 13 2007 12:19PM
Sony goes green in Europe

Sony goes green in Europe

Firm has reduced power consumption within 90 per cent of its device
categories.
Aug 10 2007 2:19PM
China goes for mobile music and video

China goes for mobile music and video

China, the world's largest mobile phone market, will see a massive shift to multimedia phones over the next four years, researchers predict. While the country's consumers have initially tended to opt for cheaper phones with fewer functions, the popularity of music phones and camera phones is now driving interest in more advanced models.
Aug 2 2007 3:35PM
BigAir goes metropolitan with WiMax

BigAir goes metropolitan with WiMax

ASX-listed wireless broadband provider BigAir Group Limited has announced one of its first metropolitan WiMAX networks, deploying Airspan Networks’ 5.8GHz MicroMAX base stations to Sydney and Melbourne.
Jul 31 2007 2:13PM
OLPC laptop goes into final beta

OLPC laptop goes into final beta

The One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project has unveiled the final beta version of its XO laptop, and mass production has been authorised for October.
Jul 24 2007 6:53AM

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