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Vodafone network succumbs to Melbourne heat

Vodafone network succumbs to Melbourne heat

About 15 percent of national voice traffic impacted.
Nov 30 2012 1:10AM
Apple's iPad throws off much more heat

Apple's iPad throws off much more heat

Temperature rises to 47 degrees after 45 minutes of gameplay.
Mar 21 2012 7:50AM
ResMed reviews trigen for data centre

ResMed reviews trigen for data centre

Long term cost fears trigger review.
Mar 31 2010 10:25AM
Silicon nanowires turn heat into power

Silicon nanowires turn heat into power

A newly discovered type of silicon nanowire could lead to personal 'power-jackets' that use heat from the human body to charge electronic devices..
Jan 15 2008 7:28AM
Summer heat can melt iPods and mobiles

Summer heat can melt iPods and mobiles

An electronics expert today warned that the summer heat could cause batteries in mobile phones, iPods, or other portable devices to "explode, or ooze".
Aug 7 2007 6:53AM
65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems

65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems

A version of the Xbox 360 that uses 65-nanometre (nm) chips is rumoured to be in production and a 45nm model could follow, according to reports from a Singapore chip maker.
Aug 3 2007 2:38PM
IT managers feel the fire-fighting heat

IT managers feel the fire-fighting heat

Too much time spent dealing with problems.
Jun 27 2007 12:11PM
Computers at risk from heat wave

Computers at risk from heat wave

Vendor advises businesses to protect IT equipment.
Jul 4 2006 9:45AM
FrontRange flags Aust reseller drive

FrontRange flags Aust reseller drive

CRM software vendor FrontRange has hired a channel manager to handle an increased push through the Australasian channel across all five lines of its business.
Jun 30 2005 10:00AM
Microsoft feeling the open source heat

Microsoft feeling the open source heat

Microsoft and its partners must do a better job of communicating the features of the software giant's latest platforms and educating customers on how technology can help them, Microsoft boss Steve Vamos told hundreds of attendees at its partner conference in Queensland.
Aug 24 2004 12:00AM

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