WA Police to expand drone unit
Former NSW TAFE IT manager sentenced to eight years jail
Huawei to give staff $417 million bonus for helping it ride out US curbs
China's digital currency not seeking 'full control' of individuals' details
Melbourne joins international digital health ecosystem
Don't have an account? Register now!
Wii wows with Star Wars light sabre
LucasArts has revealed that Star Wars: The Force Unleashed will be coming to Nintendo's Wii, allowing gamers to live out their Jedi fantasies by wielding the Wii Remote as a light sabre.
Sep 24 2007 2:54PM
Microsoft delivers four Patch Tuesday fixes
In one of its lighter Patch Tuesday cycles in recent months, Microsoft released four fixes, including a patch for a critical vulnerability in its Windows Agent animation services.
Sep 13 2007 9:47AM
Boffins light way for photonic transistors
Scientists have published a new theory which describes how the transistors in next-generation quantum computers may be created.
Aug 29 2007 7:42AM
Corning bends light around corners
'Game-changing' technology for telecoms applications.
Jul 25 2007 3:15PM
Wii remote feels the force as light sabre
Lucasfilm exec reveals Star Wars tie-in.
Jul 3 2007 12:07PM
DDR3 standard gets the green light
Emerging memory standard to boost video encoding and gaming systems.
Jul 2 2007 11:36AM
Boffins building computer that runs on light
Researchers focus on photonics.
Mar 16 2007 10:22AM
Salamander robot sheds light on evolution
Swimming to walking transition all in the spine.
Mar 13 2007 12:32PM
Scientists break the speed of light
Process doesn't break Einstein's theories.
Mar 7 2007 8:27AM
Australia to switch off traditional light bulbs
Seeing things in a greener light.
Feb 21 2007 10:56AM
Boffins see the light with bionic eye
Blind get partial vision thanks to computer technology.
Feb 19 2007 9:52AM
E-commerce gets green light
A new extended validation SSL certificate will soon be available to e-commerce sites.
Oct 26 2006 5:00PM
Boffins rewrite laws of physics by reversing light
Light made to travel backwards.
Jul 26 2006 12:42PM
Cognos gets green light from SEC, resumes financial reporting
Business intelligence software maker Cognos moved a long way toward clearing up a lingering accounting debacle on Friday, as it reported results for its most recent quarter and announced that it has resolved issues with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) related to its revenue recognition practices..
Jul 24 2006 9:21AM
Shed-ding Light on Enterprise Security
It’s 4am, cold, dark and I’m running as fast as I can, wearing only a dressing gown. What’s going on? And what has this to do with IT security?
Feb 6 2006 12:31PM
Poll: Sentence too light for Blaster variant creator
Fifty-three percent of business PC users who responded to a web poll said the 18-month prison sentence a man received for unleashing a variant of the Blaster worm was too light.
Feb 2 2005 10:55PM
Sun shines light on servers, storage in latest lineup
Sun's latest quarterly products announcement emphasises servers, workstations and storage in a growing push towards utility computing and lower cost networking, company executives said.
Sep 23 2004 12:00AM
Light shone on LCD shortage tunnel
An ongoing shortage of LCD parts - further exacerbated by a major maker's decision to halt external supply - may be partly relieved in the projection sector by products tipped for a 2004 release.
Feb 5 2004 12:00AM
Hackers Get Green Light
There have been endless debates over whether or not to hire hackers.
Jan 19 2004 10:45AM
Shackled by the rules? Going for the light touch
Philip Carter argues that disaster recovery and business continuity should not be too tightly regulated
Jan 13 2004 9:47AM
Most popular tech stories
Australia to 'fast-track' permanent residency for highly-skilled tech migrants
Coles taps off Visa debit in transaction network tussle
NAB junk software bill balloons to $500m in cloud app exodus
ATO to switch off legacy tax agent portals after 17 years
Westpac CIO Craig Bright outlines bank's new vision
Telstra laments partners who damaged its reputation
Five reasons HP might oppose a Xerox takeover
HP, Xerox have "major disagreements" on merger
NetApp takes managed Kubernetes to the next level with VMware
EY acquires Sydney security consultancy Aleron
6 cloud accounting systems for Australian small businesses compared: MYOB, QuickBooks, Reckon, Saasu, Sage and Xero
How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?
How to recover deleted emails in Gmail
The future of retail? Woolworths opens cashless store in Sydney
Excel tricks: get answers without writing a formula
Australian Government seeks suppliers for 5,500-camera surveillance network
Optus touts 5G-networked drones for video surveillance
Sierra Wireless to buy Melbourne-based M2M Group for US$19.8 million
Australian home builder trials facial recognition in display homes
NBN Co announces satellite service aimed at IoT users
Don't have an account? Register now!
Username / Email:
Forgot your password?