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Telstra to sell 100G service on subsea cables
Telco looks for ways to boost capacity on existing circuits.
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Telstra leaves Boost to chase quota-hungry customers
Own prepaid users prefer 4G data speeds, HD voice.
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Canberra fixes high-def CCTV dropouts
Teething problems with $7m security upgrade.
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Cisco's Flip flopped, 550 staff to go
Flip dies after two years at Cisco.
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Telstra invites chokehold from enterprise customers
Telstra has used the Sydney leg of its annual enterprise and government executive roadshow to implore customers to hand off more computing responsibility to the carrier, making them your “one throat to choke”.
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Better HD video comes to the web
Recast Digital is promising high-definition and DVD-quality video delivered over the internet without the need for specialist software or workstation-class hardware.
Nov 5 2008 2:45PM
FOXTEL HD to debut this Sunday
FOXTEL announced it will launch its new FOXTEL HD+ service this Sunday, June 22, during the Australia vs. China football World Cup Qualifier.
Jun 17 2008 12:41PM
Big Blue planning HD video breakthrough
IBM is planning to introduce a new encoding system that will allow video providers to stream HD video at a lean 3Mbps..
Apr 14 2008 7:35AM
HD DVD refunds exit alongside the doomed format
Australian consumers who purchased now moribund Toshiba HD DVD players will receive no form of refund after the company officially announced its exit from the high definition format war.
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Millions tune in to HD and satellite radio
Analysts are predicting "significant growth" in the adoption of satellite and HD radio over the next five years..
Jan 10 2008 7:31AM
Microsoft launches Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator
Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator, which the company claims will eliminate the need for expensive hardware or time-consuming and costly trial-and-error processes for testing HD DVD titles..
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LG adds features, cuts price on dual HD DVD player
South Korea's LG Electronics introduced on Wednesday an updated version of its high-definition DVD player that supports both Blu-ray and HD DVD, offering a possible solution to the format war.
Sep 5 2007 10:37PM
Microsoft opens up HD Photo format
The Photographic Expert Group(Jpeg) has agreed to consider the submission of Microsoft's file format as an open standard.
Aug 1 2007 11:15AM
ATI ships Radeon HD 2000 graphics cards
New Radeons optimised for Vista and HD video.
May 15 2007 4:25PM
DRM lobby scrambles to block HD DVD crack
Legal campaign only succeeds in further publicising the exploit.
May 3 2007 1:58PM
Warner Bros starts HD content delivery
Entertainment giant teams up with Pathfire.
Apr 17 2007 2:35PM
Microsoft targets Jpeg with HD Photo rival
HD Photo promises better compression for high-quality images.
Mar 12 2007 1:57PM
TV industry slams government HD auction plans
Unanimous agreement across the spectrum.
Mar 7 2007 8:27AM
Blu-ray launched in Australia
Blu-ray officially lands; HD-DVD on shaky ground.
Feb 15 2007 4:32PM
NEC promises low-power HD mobile TV
Hook-up with Telegent to offer four hours viewing time on mobile phones.
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