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Green tech firms ponder carbon emissions delay
The delayed introduction of the carbon pollution reduction scheme is expected to have a mixed impact on the local green IT sector.
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Microsoft unveils new server tech for SMBs
Microsoft unleashed its latest range of enterprise-class server technologies for medium and small businesses yesterday, claiming it would give firms a competitive boost and help cut costs.
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New tech, old threats
With flaws in many new products, vendors should listen a bit more to the research community perhaps
Oct 14 2008 3:26PM
Infosys bucks global tech downturn
Infosys, India's second largest software firm, has produced a strong set of financial results for its second quarter, and believes that the recession will work in its favour.
Oct 13 2008 3:12PM
Tech stocks suffer dramatic downturn
Tech stocks were hit hard on Monday as Congress rejected the US$700 billion bailout bill.
Oct 1 2008 3:58PM
Tech giants pitch human rights platform
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are all offering Congress their solutions on bringing human rights laws to the internet.
Aug 16 2008 1:17PM
Greenpeace updates tech rankings
Greenpeace has released the latest edition of its Green Technology rankings..
Jun 26 2008 10:30AM
US remains science and tech superpower
The US remains the dominant world power in science and technology, a new US Federal government-sponsored report claims today..
Jun 13 2008 8:00AM
Austrade shows off nine Oz tech companies to Microsoft HQ
Nine Australian technology companies spent this week showcasing their financial services expertise in the US as part of an Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) initiative.
Jun 6 2008 3:57PM
Tech giants post upbeat financials
Three of the tech industry's leading bellwethers have reported better than expected profits for the first quarter, allaying some of the IT investment community's worst fears..
Apr 21 2008 12:28PM
Intel puts half a billion into Chinese tech firms
A subsidiary of chip maker Intel plans to invest US$500 million in Chinese technology firms, the company has announced. The funds will be invested in companies with interests including broadband wireless, media, telecoms and "clean technologies", the company's investment arm, Intel Capital, said..
Apr 11 2008 7:52AM
Angels keeping guard over Australian ICT innovation
As the Federal Government plans for the future with an upcoming review on national innovation, a group of dedicated investors want to lend their own expertise to ensure the growth of Australian ideas truly stay down under.
Apr 8 2008 3:09PM
Tech vendors and analysts dragged into Vista ‘junk’ PC case
Acer America, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Sony, Toshiba, Gartner, Wal-Mart and Amazon have been subpoenaed for the Vista Capable class-action
taking place in US District Court in Seattle, Washington.
Mar 28 2008 3:28PM
Tech giants collaborate on tiny chips
IBM has teamed up with Hitachi to develop a new range of ultra-small processors – the first time the companies have collaborated on chip developments.
Mar 11 2008 7:54AM
Chinese tech firms take on the world
The value of Chinese technology company IPOs grew 300 per cent globally in 2007, according to data from Ernst & Young..
Feb 26 2008 7:07AM
Tech sector jobs market alive and well
Over half of worldwide senior IT executives are more confident about their employment prospects than they were a year ago, according to a survey by Eurocom Worldwide..
Feb 15 2008 8:14AM
Consumer tech can help small firms
Consumer technologies can increase the productivity of small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) outside the office by 30 to 40 per cent, according to industry analysts.
Feb 4 2008 3:10PM
Next-gen optical fibres could yield cheaper, faster tech
A newly developed procedure that simplifies the manufacture of hollow-core optical fibres could pave the way for future computing and telecommunications technologies.
Jan 22 2008 1:15PM
Georgia Tech researchers break down botnets
Warning that botnets are a "dynamic, evolving threat," researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have proposed the classification of botnet structures to provide an effective response framework for attacks and general remediation.
Dec 18 2007 9:33AM
Apple crowned “Best PC” in Australia’s biggest tech survey
Apple has edged out PC stalwarts Dell and HP to take the “Best PC” award in Australia’s biggest ever consumer technology survey.
Dec 7 2007 2:45PM
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