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'Readily available' consumer spyware apps could violate raft of Aussie laws
YouTube finds influence campaign tied to Hong Kong protests
Google moots open standards to limit user web tracking
Bravura swallows finance SaaS vendor Midwinter for $50m
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Victorian mine drone in near miss with aircraft
Site survey conflict with crop duster.
Mar 20 2014 8:54AM
Google working on mobile payment technology
Near field communications for Android.
Mar 28 2011 11:36PM
ANZ trials iPhone swipe payment system
Teams with Visa.
Mar 15 2011 1:01PM
Telcos battle tech, banking titans in mobile payment
Near Field Communications on show.
Feb 15 2011 6:40AM
Digital photo frames explode into a living room near you
Photographs have long been the most popular way to capture a moment in time, but the good old-fashioned family photo album is rapidly being replaced by Harry Potterish digital displays.
Jul 28 2008 2:07PM
Storm Worm uses e-cards to push spam near all-time high
Spam — spearheaded by a Storm Worm-related spike in malicious e-card messages — has driven the level of junk messages to more than eight in 10 emails.
Aug 21 2007 7:25AM
Text-based ads coming to a mobile phone near you
SYDNEY – Advertisements sent directly to your mobile phone could be upon us within 12 months if Australian telcos partner with Acision, a telecommunications innovation company which is attempting to bring the technology to market.
Jun 21 2007 4:25PM
Novelty ring-tones coming to a landline near you
UK - Ringboxx device can assign tunes to specific callers.
Jun 20 2007 3:39PM
Global broadband subscribers near 300 million
GLOBAL - The global number of broadband subscribers reached 298 million at the end of March 2007, with eastern Europe revealing the most growth, new research reveals.
Jun 15 2007 10:54AM
NEC chip unit losses near US$250m
Further changes needed, management and analysts agree.
Feb 27 2007 7:54AM
SP2: Coming to an enterprise near you - soon
Microsoft has hit back at reports businesses are shunning SP2, claiming that the current trend of uptake is very positive.
Apr 6 2005 9:31AM
Blue lava flows near Gosford
Reincarnated Sydney ISV and services provider Blue Lava Solutions opens an R&D facility on the Central Coast next month to intensify its focus on software development.
Oct 30 2003 12:00AM
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