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   MMS, SMS use in business accelerating: IDC
 Govt assesses ICT skills shortage
 Synnex BTO facility hitting targets
 Reseller gagged in settlement of IBM mainframe dispute
 Mobile phone sales way up; Nokia down
 Microsoft appeals EC ruling

  MMS, SMS use in business accelerating: IDC
MMS and SMS applications for business use are tipped to proliferate across Australia in the coming year, new market research by IDC has suggested. More...

Govt assesses ICT skills shortage
The federal government has set up an initiative which aims to pinpoint what are the emerging areas of ICT skills shortages. More...

Synnex BTO facility hitting targets
Distributor Synnex has hit targets for its build-to-order production line with company boss Frank Sheu claiming the facility was producing 100 machines per day since early this year. More...

Reseller gagged in settlement of IBM mainframe dispute
NSW mainframe dealer Riverstone Computer Services has ceased its fresh proceedings in the Federal Court of NSW against IBM and has been required to keep mum about any terms of the related settlement. More...

Mobile phone sales way up; Nokia down
Global mobile-phone sales increased 34 percent in the first quarter of the year, as a surprising number of people choose to upgrade to flashy phones with built-in cameras and colour screens, a market-research firm said Tuesday. More...

Microsoft appeals EC ruling
Microsoft officially appealed the European Commission's historic antitrust ruling against it, asking the court to throw out the decision, quash or cut the hefty fine imposed against the company and suspend a controversial penalty that would require it to ship a stripped-down version of Windows. More...

 
 
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