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Last year's Fast50 winner keeps the growth going

Last year's Fast50 winner keeps the growth going

We catch up with 2013's No.1, NGage Technology Group.
Nate Cochrane Nov 25 2014, 10:00AM Hardware
Free Windows attracts 50 new tablet and phone makers

Free Windows attracts 50 new tablet and phone makers

New partners are coming in droves, according to Microsoft.
Jane McCallion Oct 3 2014, 10:00AM Mobility
Scaling a sales summit atop Splunk and AWS

Scaling a sales summit atop Splunk and AWS

Get up to speed with Fast50 firm Katana1.
Nate Cochrane Jul 15 2014, 9:35AM Data centre
What you need to know about Android 5.0

What you need to know about Android 5.0

"Radical" new design approach.
Nicole Kobie Jun 26 2014, 12:51PM Mobility
50 Ultrabooks to be launched at CES?

50 Ultrabooks to be launched at CES?

Las Vegas show organisers anticipate a barrage of new Ultrabooks in January.
Barry Collins Nov 21 2011, 3:09PM Hardware
Over 50 malicious apps found on Android Marketplace

Over 50 malicious apps found on Android Marketplace

Malicious apps find their way onto Android's official market, but Google appears to have reacted fast.
Tom Brewster Mar 4 2011, 8:39AM Mobility
IE share falls below 50 percent for first time

IE share falls below 50 percent for first time

Internet Explorer holds fewer than half of the browser market around the world.
Nicole Kobie Oct 6 2010, 8:09AM Software
Lan 1 informs resellers of Rudd's 50 percent tax break for SMBs

Lan 1 informs resellers of Rudd's 50 percent tax break for SMBs

Local distributor wants itS channel partners to take advantage of the financial incentives the Federal Government is offering small to medium businesses.

Staff Writers May 18 2009, 9:31AM Finance
Wii sales to reach 50 million by spring 2009

Wii sales to reach 50 million by spring 2009

Nintendo expects to sell 25 million Wii consoles in the next 12 months, company executives say.

Simon Burns Apr 26 2008, 3:54PM Finance
Amazon gives US$50 to each HD-DVD customer

Amazon gives US$50 to each HD-DVD customer

Online retail giant Amazon has given $50 credit to all customers who bought an HD-DVD player before 23 February, the date Toshiba officially surrendered the format war.

Staff Writers Apr 14 2008, 7:51AM Finance
IDC: Mobile data services to grow at a rate of more than 50 percent

IDC: Mobile data services to grow at a rate of more than 50 percent

New mobile data services will grow at a rate of more than 50 percent in 2008, according to an IDC review of the performance of Australian Telecom Service Providers in the third quarter of 2007.

a Staff Writer Feb 15 2008, 7:12AM Mobility
Trend Micro releases Mobile Security 5.0

Trend Micro releases Mobile Security 5.0

As businesses embrace wireless technologies and dispatch workers outside the corporate structure, the need to ensure data is protected from viruses and worms as well as theft or accidental loss is imperative, according to Trend Micro.

Lilia Guan Nov 8 2007, 12:34PM Mobility
CentricMinds passes 50,000 user milestone

CentricMinds passes 50,000 user milestone

Local enterprise software specialist CentricMinds has announced that its content management system now supports around 50,000 active users worldwide.
Staff Writers Jul 30 2007, 1:24PM Software
Australia amongst global attack

Australia amongst global attack

Fifty financial institutions in the United States, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region were hit with a well crafted pharming attack this week.
Frank Washkuch Feb 23 2007, 3:15PM Security
Samsung sells 50,000 TVs every day

Samsung sells 50,000 TVs every day

Electronics giant sells televisions worth US$42m per day.
Simon Burns Nov 30 2006, 8:30AM Sales & Marketing
Microsoft names 50 apps that require SP2 tweaks

Microsoft names 50 apps that require SP2 tweaks

Microsoft has posted a list of nearly 50 applications and games -- some from Microsoft, others from third-party vendors -- that won't work properly with Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) without some tweaking.
Staff Writers Aug 17 2004, 12:00AM Software
Retail networker DialTime wins Deloitte Fast 50

Retail networker DialTime wins Deloitte Fast 50

E-payment and billing network provider DialTime has been named by business consultancy Deloitte as the fastest-growing Australian technology company for 2004.
Staff Writers May 25 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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