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Shaky IT threatens school leaver results in SA
Students nearly left high and dry in 2011.
Jul 14 2014 3:41PM
Google to invest further in 'paper mill' data centre
Cooled by sea water.
Oct 25 2013 7:09AM
Telstra faces probe on NBN data disclosure plan
ACCC scrutinises Chinese wall between retail and wholesale arms.
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ACCC, eBay seek cloud clarity
Back calls for new exceptions to copyright laws.
Nov 23 2012 10:49AM
Australian Government agencies to trial teleworking
Government aims for 12 percent of workforce to work from home.
Nov 12 2012 11:06AM
Telstra seeks direct line to NBN Co's PoI plans
Irked by learning of changes through discussion paper.
Sep 28 2012 12:00PM
Taiwanese e-paper can be rewritten 260 times
Around $US2 a sheet.
Aug 9 2011 7:25AM
Top 10 policy ideas from IIA's Digital Economy Paper
Comment: A concise guide.
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Biometric visa checks to cost $69 million
Targeted at terrorist hotspots.
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Researchers warn of chip and PIN flaws
Open to attacks.
Feb 15 2010 7:02AM
Dell launches inkless printer range
Dell is launching a new range of inkless printers aimed at the mobile user.
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Content management key to a greener enterprise
Effective use of enterprise content management (ECM) tools can improve process efficiencies and boost environmentally friendly practices, according to new research from Gartner.
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Xerox shows off paper that wipes itself
Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (Parc) has been showing off a new printer paper that wipes itself clean every day..
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Space Station in paper plane stunt
The International Space Station is to conduct a series of 'experiments', including flying a paper aeroplane and throwing a boomerang in a vacuum..
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ACCC issues fixed line service discussion papers
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued two discussion papers in relation to fixed line service exemption applications from Telstra.
Nov 2 2007 1:42PM
Boffins patent paper battery
Researchers at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed ultra-thin flexible batteries and energy storage devices that can be powered by blood, sweat or urine.
Aug 16 2007 6:02AM
Paper admits iThumb hoax
There are red faces today in the US media after a story that broke over the weekend about a man surgically altering his thumbs for his iPhone was revealed to be a hoax.
Aug 14 2007 11:00AM
Xerox turns to re-usable printer paper
Toshiba not the only firm with re-writable printer.
Nov 30 2006 12:51PM
HP technologies look good on paper
Developments in printers, paper and ink outlined at HP Labs.
Jul 5 2006 10:00AM
HP claims its photo paper lasts 80 years
HP has criticised the quality of third-party inkjet printer inks and papers, saying that they cannot match the quality or longevity of its own products.
Jul 4 2006 9:45AM
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