AirTrunk staffs up for Sydney, Melbourne hyperscale data centres
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Victorian mine drone in near miss with aircraft
Site survey conflict with crop duster.
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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.
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