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HP’s 10 biggest product launches at CES 2021

HP’s 10 biggest product launches at CES 2021

Looking to meet continued strong demand for PCs, displays and accessories.
Kyle Alspach Jan 12 2021, 6:35AM Hardware
Intel pushes Optane as it readies to sell NAND business

Intel pushes Optane as it readies to sell NAND business

Calls it a “disruptive, once-in-a-decade invention”.
Dylan Martin Dec 23 2020, 9:30AM Servers & Storage
Older PCs get cut from Windows 10 support

Older PCs get cut from Windows 10 support

Computers with Intel Atom Clover Trail CPU stranded.
a Staff Writer Jul 18 2017, 6:39AM Software
QLD schools get Acer notebooks

QLD schools get Acer notebooks

65,000 computers for high school kids.
Staff Writers Nov 30 2011, 1:43PM Hardware
The $25 PC is nearly here...

The $25 PC is nearly here...

Introducing the Raspberry Pi: a tiny, ultra-affordable Linux computer that can play 3D video games and HD movies.
Chris Jager Oct 25 2011, 3:28PM Hardware
Altech sues ex-employee over software system

Altech sues ex-employee over software system

Claims developer injected malicious code, stole trade secrets.
Ry Crozier Oct 1 2010, 8:15AM Hardware
Microsoft urges patching of Support Centre flaw

Microsoft urges patching of Support Centre flaw

Over 25,000 computers have already been attacked.
Phil Muncaster Jul 15 2010, 8:40AM Security
Intel unveils web-based PC management

Intel unveils web-based PC management

Admins can manage AMT-based computers from anywhere in the world.
Daniel Robinson Jun 9 2010, 10:53AM Hardware
Leader offers resellers e-commerce site

Leader offers resellers e-commerce site

Way to compete with big PC retailers.
Staff Writers Nov 9 2009, 11:28AM Software
Google buys fraud protection start-up

Google buys fraud protection start-up

ReCaptcha buy will cut fraud and help with book projects.
Iain Thomson Sep 17 2009, 3:00PM Security
Pioneer Computers showcases new hardware

Pioneer Computers showcases new hardware

A sneak peak at netbook and ruggedised notebook.
Lilia Guan Sep 9 2009, 4:17PM Hardware
Harvey Norman denies exiting netbook market

Harvey Norman denies exiting netbook market

Netbooks not popular with IT retailers.

Lilia Guan Sep 3 2009, 4:21PM Hardware
JB Hi-Fi sees booming trade in 2009

JB Hi-Fi sees booming trade in 2009

Consumer electronics retail giant's full year profit up 45 percent.

Staff Writers Aug 12 2009, 9:18AM Software
Samsung dumps Aussie GM of retail sales

Samsung dumps Aussie GM of retail sales

Due to Samsung's restructure of its sales and marketing team, Mark Beard, general manager - retail sales has been made redundant.

Staff Writers Jul 30 2009, 1:56PM Services
Intermec launches 3G Wireless WAN mobile computers

Intermec launches 3G Wireless WAN mobile computers

There will be two official launches for the CN50 and CN4 3G Wireless WAN (WWAN) mobile computers for A/NZ partners.
Jenny Eagle Jun 5 2009, 7:00AM Mobility
MSI Computers unveils ultra thin notebook under 20mm thick

MSI Computers unveils ultra thin notebook under 20mm thick

Former Miss Universe Australia, Laura Dundovic, made a guest appearance at the computer hardware vendor launch this week.
Jenny Eagle May 13 2009, 3:05PM Hardware
Computers Off Australia gives CeBIT the Green Tick

Computers Off Australia gives CeBIT the Green Tick

Computers Off Australia (COA), the not-for-profit Green IT education campaign says CeBIT is the first Australian trade event certified under its Power Management certification program (The Green Tick).
Staff Writers May 8 2009, 10:47AM Finance
Conficker worm: Preparation tips for a possible attack

Conficker worm: Preparation tips for a possible attack

As the date of the alleged Conficker worm attack draws near, anti-virus vendors have some advice on how to ensure end-users are protected.
Lilia Guan Mar 26 2009, 1:07PM Security
Labor's tax cuts to help IT resellers sell to consumers

Labor's tax cuts to help IT resellers sell to consumers

CRN looks at some of the Government rebates on offer to the general population and how it can benefit resellers.
Lilia Guan Mar 16 2009, 2:05PM Finance
China muscling in on spam market

China muscling in on spam market

US sees junk mail lead shrink.
Shaun Nichols Feb 5 2009, 7:50AM Security

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