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Optus, Qantas end Frequent Flyer deal
Airline in talks with Telstra.
Apr 28 2015 10:14AM
Telstra fingered in secretive NBN POI survey
Interconnection 'health check' obscured.
May 6 2013 12:57PM
iiNet targets 16 NBN points of interconnect
Eyes fibre market share.
May 10 2011 12:05PM
ACCC splits up NBN Points of Interconnect sites
Mega PoIs, Wangaratta to be broken up.
Mar 2 2011 3:50PM
Conroy backs ACCC plan for 120 points of interconnect
ACCC hands up report.
Dec 20 2010 4:21PM
Internode warns of NBN backhaul cartel
Compromise will be "bad for everyone".
Dec 20 2010 10:14AM
NBN Co finally reveals interconnect locations
Open to public comment.
Oct 22 2010 6:34AM
NBN Co keeps ISPs waiting for POI locations
More than a month since its commitment.
Apr 28 2010 2:06PM
Hackers use spoofed WiFi access points to steal credentials as Switch Cascade introduced
Spoof WiFi access points may cause a problem for users of wireless technology.
May 22 2009 9:14AM
Microsoft points piracy finger at children
New research released by Microsoft today suggests that the UK is a nation of unrepentant pirates, who know what they are doing is wrong but just do not care.
Jul 16 2008 9:47AM
Dell points to 'hidden data centres'
Data centres are in desperate need of upgrades and automation and doing so could reveal hidden clusters of computing power, according to Dell chief executive Michael Dell..
Nov 16 2007 7:17AM
'Spooky' science points to quantum internet
Physicists at the University of Michigan have demonstrated how two separate atoms can communicate with a sort of 'quantum intuition' which Albert Einstein referred to as "spooky".
Sep 7 2007 2:16PM
Study points to crimeware explosion
Record levels of for-profit malware found.
Jul 17 2007 10:21AM
TomTom points the way to malware
GO 910 sat-nav device infected with viruses.
Jan 30 2007 9:42AM
CA says low-risk PowerPoint trojan points to bigger threats
A low-risk exploit embedded into a PowerPoint attachment is raising eyebrows at CA, whose executives this week predicted it could be a sign of future attacks.
Apr 28 2006 10:07PM
Acupuncture college points to anti-spam managed services
The Northern College of Acupuncture (NCA) has adopted an anti-spam managed service to reduce its junk mail.
Apr 8 2004 12:12PM
Microsoft ahead on points in Netscape stoush
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