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Pioneer Computers heads to Japan and Big W

Pioneer Computers heads to Japan and Big W

Pioneer Computers Australia has launched its range of DreamBook notebooks in Japan.

Lilia Guan Jan 22 2009, 2:01PM Hardware
Symantec joins Computers Off Australia advisory board

Symantec joins Computers Off Australia advisory board

Craig Scroggie, vice president & managing director of Symantec, Pacific region, has joined Computers Off Australia (COA), board of advisors.
Staff Writers Jan 6 2009, 11:46AM Security
PHOTO GALLERY: Compucon Xmas Chinese banquet

PHOTO GALLERY: Compucon Xmas Chinese banquet

Compucon Computers treated 50 of its top Sydney customers to a lavish Chinese banquet at the Fook Yuen Seafood Restaurant in Chatswood this month.
Jenny Eagle Dec 17 2008, 12:29PM Hardware
Pioneer Computers launches new PC

Pioneer Computers launches new PC

Pioneer Computers Australia has unveiled its DreamVision NetTop PC MD 1.
Staff Writers Sep 30 2008, 11:31AM Hardware
Pioneer Computers launches notebook package with Telstra NextG

Pioneer Computers launches notebook package with Telstra NextG

Australian resellers will have the opportunity to offer SME customers $700 cash back on Pioneer Computers Australia’s entire notebook range when customers sign up for Pioneer’s Telstra NextG package.
Lilia Guan Jul 4 2008, 2:27PM Hardware
Quantum computers: technological deliverance or the end of security?

Quantum computers: technological deliverance or the end of security?

Quantum computing might spell the end of today's computer and credit card encryption technology, a U.S. physicist has claimed.
Liz Tay Mar 11 2008, 8:14AM Hardware
Adrenalin Computers shuts up shop

Adrenalin Computers shuts up shop

South Australian-based reseller, Adrenalin Computers will be closing its operations by the end of March.
Lilia Guan Mar 5 2008, 2:29PM Hardware
Pioneer Computers and Konica Minolta go after government contracts

Pioneer Computers and Konica Minolta go after government contracts

Local white-box builder, Pioneer Computers Australia and Konica Minolta Printing Solutions have joined together to go after government and corporate contracts.

Lilia Guan Feb 18 2008, 2:26PM Hardware
Petascale computers: the next supercomputing wave

Petascale computers: the next supercomputing wave

The author of the world's first published collection on petascale techniques, David A. Bader, discusses petascale, exascale and the future of computing.
Liz Tay Dec 10 2007, 4:18PM Hardware
US hackers crack al-Qaeda computers

US hackers crack al-Qaeda computers

Details are emerging of security leaks at the White House which have shut down an internet spying operation that had successfully cracked al-Qaeda's computers.
Iain Thomson Oct 16 2007, 6:57AM Security
Email attack hits Pentagon computers

Email attack hits Pentagon computers

1,500 PCs taken offline following break-in.
Shaun Nichols Jun 25 2007, 7:18AM Software
Flash memory marches on mobile computers

Flash memory marches on mobile computers

Flash memory to outship hard drives by 2013, analyst predicts.
Tom Sanders Jul 18 2006, 5:13PM Hardware
Hardware suppliers to benefit from tax deductions

Hardware suppliers to benefit from tax deductions

IT hardware suppliers stand to benefit from tax deductions for depreciation of hardware assets announced in this week's Federal Budget, according to industry bodies.
Lilia Guan May 12 2006, 9:20AM Hardware
JB Hi-Fi moves into IT retail

JB Hi-Fi moves into IT retail

ASX-listed retailer JB Hi-Fi is moving into IT retail, announcing its intention to sell computer products through its network of 60 stores Australia-wide.
Lilia Guan May 5 2006, 2:47PM Sales & Marketing
Altech bullish over whitebox in 2006

Altech bullish over whitebox in 2006

Fresh from its appearance at the CES convention in Las Vegas, Altech Computers is flushed with confidence.
Tim Lohman Jan 17 2006, 10:02AM Hardware
Channel reacts to Sheu's departure

Channel reacts to Sheu's departure

Reaction in the channel to the departure of Synnex’s managing director has been nonchalant.
Tim Lohman Jan 16 2006, 3:00PM Strategy
Omega staff picked up by Altech

Omega staff picked up by Altech

Altech Computers has snatched up nine former Omega employees following the company’s demise.
Tim Lohman Jan 16 2006, 12:06PM Sales & Marketing
Computers donated by South Korea stolen in Iraq

Computers donated by South Korea stolen in Iraq

Armed Iraqis stole millions of dollars worth of personal computers and internet equipment donated by South Korea while it was being transported near Baghdad late last month, according to a South Korean official.
Staff Writers Oct 19 2005, 10:00AM Hardware
Computers for low-income households

Computers for low-income households

A Sydney non-profit organisation is recycling computers in a bid to increase the number of low-income households in Australia with access to a PC.
Vivienne Fisher Jan 31 2005, 12:00AM Collaboration

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