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   Five-year Telstra copyright fight destroys content provider
 Government to review X-rated content
 Technophiles are loyalty challenged
 IBM reaffirms full year estimates
 Data #3 opens IBM TotalStorage centre
 Brazen hackers amp up the hubris
 IBM’s chip problems behind iMac delay

  Five-year Telstra copyright fight destroys content provider
A small Australian service provider has been forced into liquidation following a five-year court battle with Telstra over copyright. More...

Government to review X-rated content
The provision of illegal or offensive material on mobile phones has come under review, with the federal government considering its regulation of audiovisual content on mobile devices. More...

Technophiles are loyalty challenged
Technophiles spend billions of dollars worldwide on the latest-and-greatest technology, but are as fickle as a teenager at dinnertime. More...

IBM reaffirms full year estimates
Despite deferrals in some big software deals at the end of the quarter, IBM this week posted better than expected second quarter earnings and reaffirmed its full year earnings and sales estimates. More...

Data #3 opens IBM TotalStorage centre
Corporate reseller Data#3 and IBM have opened a storage networking centre for proof-of concept trials in Sydney. More...

Brazen hackers amp up the hubris
Hackers are getting ever more brazen, said a security analyst this week after one group boldly advertised it would sell stolen source code. More...

IBM’s chip problems behind iMac delay
Apple this week put the blame for the delay of its iMac line squarely on IBM, the manufacturer of the 64-bit G5 processor that will power Apple's next-generation consumer computers. More...

 
 
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