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   HP Aust pledges to replace faulty notebook part
 Gates sounds off in Sydney
 Ross Human Directions buys Spherion Group
 Cellnet signs Samsung and Sony
 Licence to change
 Intel finds faulty batch of Grantsdale chipsets
 Technology is the biggest threat to jobs
 Vic VAD takes on MIT support role post-IBM

 
 
 

HP Aust pledges to replace faulty notebook part
HP has announced a voluntary replacement program for customers who may have been affected by a design flaw in certain notebook memory modules. More...

Gates sounds off in Sydney
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates told Australian media he was unfazed about the threat of open source or scepticism by business towards technology and defended the security of Microsoft's software products. More...

Ross Human Directions buys Spherion Group
ASX listed recruitment firm Ross Human Directions Limited has acquired competitor Spherion Group in Asia-Pacific, in a $31 million deal. More...

Cellnet signs Samsung and Sony
Cellnet has launched a consumer products division and signed Sony and Samsung in deals expected to be a shot in the arm for the distributor, which lost its $78 million Hutchison handsets contract when that vendor cut five distributors mid-June. More...

Licence to change
Microsoft is hard at work on more flexible and simplified licensing for enterprises and SMBs, executives told CRN. More...

Intel finds faulty batch of Grantsdale chipsets
A fraction of Intel's new 915/925 chipsets, formerly code-named Grantsdale, were produced under a faulty manufacturing process and shipped to OEMs and system builders before their launch eary last week, an Intel spokesman said. More...

Technology is the biggest threat to jobs
Technology that adds intelligence to computers poses a far more serious threat to jobs than low-wage countries, a research firm has said. More...

Vic VAD takes on MIT support role post-IBM
Victorian VAD Meier Business Systems has snapped up a chance to become the premier provider of support for Management Information Tools (MIT) across Australia, New Zealand and south Asia. More...

 
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