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Fitness devices could pose stalking risk

Fitness devices could pose stalking risk

Wearables broadcasting identity could be used to track movements.
Jane McCallion Aug 4 2014, 4:30PM Mobility
Developer hack could put Siri on Android

Developer hack could put Siri on Android

Apple's voice-based assistant cracked by French developers.
Stewart Mitchell Nov 16 2011, 1:37AM Hardware
Could graphene provide much-needed net boost?

Could graphene provide much-needed net boost?

UK researchers claim to have found a way to make use of graphene to help speed up broadband connectivity.
Maggie Holland Sep 1 2011, 7:40AM Hardware
Could Facebook reveal how real viruses spread?

Could Facebook reveal how real viruses spread?

Researchers at the Tel Aviv University have launched a Facebook virus aimed at better understanding the way viruses spread in the real world.
Stewart Mitchell Aug 31 2011, 9:30AM Security
Android flaw could lead to phishing app attacks

Android flaw could lead to phishing app attacks

SECURITY ALERT: Attention grabbing pop-up could mimic online banking login pages.
Stewart Mitchell Aug 10 2011, 6:58AM Mobility
Apple security chief calls for vulnerability tax

Apple security chief calls for vulnerability tax

Could it work?
Tom Brewster Jan 28 2011, 3:21PM Finance
Fruit flies could hold key to smarter networks

Fruit flies could hold key to smarter networks

Studies show how fruit fly development establishes robust intra-cell communications.
Stewart Mitchell Jan 17 2011, 9:38AM Collaboration
Greens see red on NBN NDA

Greens see red on NBN NDA

Seven years too long.
Staff Writers Nov 22 2010, 8:28AM Collaboration
Opinion: Unlocked iPads could spur grey market

Opinion: Unlocked iPads could spur grey market

CRN studies distribution options for the much-hyped device.
Anthony Caruana Feb 2 2010, 10:17AM Hardware
Tandberg buy-out could spark video VAR purge

Tandberg buy-out could spark video VAR purge

Industry commentators predict heightened consolidation in wake of Cisco takeover.
Sam Trendall Dec 10 2009, 8:48AM Software
Windows 7 could be cash cow for SIs

Windows 7 could be cash cow for SIs

But not all Microsoft partners will benefit.
Staff Writers Oct 26 2009, 3:17PM Software
Avoid Stress, it could cause a life of crime

Avoid Stress, it could cause a life of crime

With an ex-Microsoftie blaming her embezzlement conviction on stress,
CRN gets some advice on staying calm in the workplace.
Trevor Treharne Sep 30 2008, 5:23PM Software
Secure Computing warns Olympic Fever could impact your network

Secure Computing warns Olympic Fever could impact your network

The 2008 Beijing Olympics are nearly upon us. And for the first time employees will be able to watch the games via live streaming through a local host – Channel Seven will be streaming over 100 hours of footage from the Games via Yahoo!7.

Dylan Bushell-Embling Jul 4 2008, 1:18PM Security
Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

The last two years have seen a burst of new submarine cable investment in the Asian-Pacific region - the only region seeing new inter-continental cables being laid. However there is a potential for the bubble to burst if the wrong decisions are taken over the next two years.
Lilia Guan Jun 26 2008, 3:17PM Collaboration
Opinion: Your call could not be connected

Opinion: Your call could not be connected

So, it’s official, Vodafone gets the Aussie iPhone contract. What that really means is when the iPhone finally reaches our shores it won’t work any place outside the capital cities and the odd stretch of highway in between them. Apple either doesn’t know or doesn’t care that the Vodafone network doesn’t work everywhere. I guess they’re used to that from their US experience. They probably think nobody’s network covers an entire country.
Ian Yates May 7 2008, 7:00AM Mobility
Telstra wholesale exemptions could be a hollow victory

Telstra wholesale exemptions could be a hollow victory

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a draft decision that it will exempt Telstra from the requirement to offer two wholesale PSTN services in parts of metropolitan Australia. The exemption would apply to wholesale line rental (WLR) and local call service (LCS), but only in areas where ULL-based competition is already established.
Lilia Guan Apr 30 2008, 1:39PM Collaboration
Cellnet could face $148M loss when Telecom NZ contract ends

Cellnet could face $148M loss when Telecom NZ contract ends

Australian broad-based distributor Cellnet Limited has renewed its logistical and distribution deal with Telecom NZ until October. However, once the contract ends, Telecom NZ will not renew its business with Cellnet, forcing the distributor to face a possible decrease in annual revenue of $148 million and a possible reduction in annual net profit of $1.25 million after tax.
Lilia Guan Apr 23 2008, 2:31PM Finance
Opinion: Could Toshiba feel a US$986 million from HD DVD loss?

Opinion: Could Toshiba feel a US$986 million from HD DVD loss?

If online reports are to be believed, hardware vendor Toshiba faces a US$986 million loss from its decision in late Febuary to no longer develop, manufacture and market HD DVD players and recorders.
Lilia Guan Mar 17 2008, 1:58PM Finance
Internet could face meltdown by 2010

Internet could face meltdown by 2010

The internet could suffer drastic slowdown by 2010 as the sheer scale of data carried exceeds the ability of the network to handle it.

Iain Thomson Nov 20 2007, 2:38PM Collaboration
Could the Asus $499 PC change computing?

Could the Asus $499 PC change computing?

The Eee PC may well be IT’s answer to the Ford Model T
Trevor Treharne Nov 16 2007, 12:13PM Hardware

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