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Vividwireless turns on Brisbane metro network
Delayed by backhaul availability.
May 2 2011 6:45AM
Web turns DDoS on anti-piracy groups
4chan's "Operation Payback".
Sep 20 2010 6:41AM
Google finds botnet targeting Vietnamese users
Suppressing political dissent.
Apr 1 2010 3:18PM
Google turns over hack info to US government
Company will let feds investigate attempted attack.
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Photos: Inside Telstra's Global Operations Centre
Ten years on, the world finally gets a look inside.
Aug 27 2009 1:31PM
Worldwide web turns 20
In March 1989, CERN researcher Tim Berners-Lee proposed a revolutionary new system for sharing information, and unwittingly changed the world forever.
Mar 13 2009 6:15AM
Home Office turns down latest McKinnon appeal
Home Secretary informs lawyers of arrangements for US extradition.
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Integrated circuit turns 50
September 12th, 2008, marked the fiftieth birthday of the device that has enabled computing as we now know it: the integrated circuit.
Sep 13 2008 12:07PM
iPhone turns Orange
Rumours are quickly spreading concerning the 3G iPhone defecting from O2 to Orange.
Jul 28 2008 2:07PM
Intel turns 40
Intel is celebrating its 40th birthday.
Jul 19 2008 10:08AM
Microsoft bundling bungling turns India to Linux
The vole's attempt to force students in India's state of Tamil Nadu to buy Microsoft Office has backfired and they'll be getting laptops running Linux instead of Windows.
Jul 2 2008 3:42PM
Samsung turns on 240Hz Blue Phase LCDs
Samsung claims to have developed a 'Blue Phase' LCD panel which operates at an "unprecedented" 240Hz..
May 15 2008 7:35AM
Microsoft turns stargazer with Worldwide Telescope
Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope, a free tool that allows users to explore images of the sky at night, will be available at the end of May..
May 10 2008 12:20PM
A reason not to celebrate: Spam turns 30
Happy birthday, spam. Saturday marked 30 years to the day when the first spam email was delivered.
May 5 2008 10:59AM
Mozilla Foundation turns 10
The Mozilla Foundation, first created as an open source offshoot of the Netscape corporation, has turned 10 years old..
Apr 2 2008 7:42AM
Iomega turns down US$178M EMC offer
Storage firm Iomega has turned down an acquisition offer from EMC, insisting that the US$178 million proposal is "not a superior offer" to its current business plans..
Mar 12 2008 7:28AM
Sat-nav turns drivers into 'kid killers'
Satellite navigation systems "seriously undermine road safety", Dutch academics claimed today..
Jan 9 2008 2:51PM
Hushmail turns out to be anything but
A court document in a drug smuggling case has shown that the private email service Hushmail has been cooperating with police in handing over user emails..
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HP turns Mercury into business service management
Firm adds a dash of Mercury Interactive to OpenView.
Oct 23 2007 7:29AM
DC Comics turns to the web
Aspiring artists urged to get in on comics 2.0.
Jul 11 2007 2:31PM
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