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Google faces $10m fine for Safari gaffe

Google faces $10m fine for Safari gaffe

US authorities prepare case.
Liam Tung May 7 2012, 7:22AM Software
Q&A: What good will a jelly battery do?

Q&A: What good will a jelly battery do?

So-called 'jelly batteries' could be set to make gadgets safer, lighter and longer lasting. We speak to a research team about what the polymer 'wonder' gel is capable of.
Tom Brewster Sep 13 2011, 6:58AM Hardware
Greens aim to make Do Not Call registration permanent

Greens aim to make Do Not Call registration permanent

Do Not Call -- ever.
Liz Tay Mar 18 2010, 2:12PM Sales & Marketing
Telstra pays $100k fine for privacy abuse

Telstra pays $100k fine for privacy abuse

External call centre guilty of Do Not Call register breach.
Ben Grubb Aug 20 2009, 9:17AM Security
Outdated paper is ripe for retirement

Outdated paper is ripe for retirement

Industry lobby group aims to cut paper consumption in office paper use by 20 percent within five years.
Sholto Macpherson Jul 21 2009, 9:22AM Software
Just a few on Twitter do all the tweeting - study

Just a few on Twitter do all the tweeting - study

A tiny fraction of those who use the fast-growing social network phenomenon Twitter generate nearly all the content, a Harvard study shows.
Erin Kutz Jun 5 2009, 2:58PM Software
Do more with your netbook

Do more with your netbook

Miniature laptops may be small, but they are capable of much more than meets the eye, as Will Stapley discovers
Will Stapley Mar 27 2009, 10:13AM Hardware
Telcos the worst offenders for Do Not Call breaches

Telcos the worst offenders for Do Not Call breaches

Telcos trying to promote new phone plans and other related services accounted for over half of all Do Not Call Register complaints in the last 12 months.
Staff Writers Jan 16 2009, 8:10AM Collaboration
Backing up is hard to doin this day and age

Backing up is hard to doin this day and age

Rabid is frustrated by the amount of standards, tape formats and of course, his nephew.
Rabid Reseller Nov 27 2008, 4:33PM Data centre
Do you want fries with that?

Do you want fries with that?

Michael Jenkin discusses the value of service in a time of low margins and increasingly stiff competition.
Staff Writers Oct 28 2008, 10:44AM Finance
How much do end-users know about content security?

How much do end-users know about content security?

The significance of content security is on the rise so CRN assesses how much education resellers’ customers need.
Staff Writers Sep 30 2008, 10:45AM Security
Opinion: Where the streets do have names

Opinion: Where the streets do have names

Just in case you dropped in today from the outer reaches of the galaxy, the news is that Google unleashed it’s Street View offering on the netizens of Australia the other day.
Ian Yates Aug 7 2008, 10:02AM Collaboration
What do Australians want to watch: LCD or plasma?

What do Australians want to watch: LCD or plasma?

The digital home market is expanding and the local market is splashing its cash on televisions.
Staff Writers Feb 7 2008, 11:27AM Hardware
Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?

Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?

New privacy laws have spread across the US and could be enforced in Australia
Staff Writers Oct 17 2007, 11:15AM Security
Cover story: 'til death do us part

Cover story: 'til death do us part

Partners: Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em
Staff Writers Sep 19 2007, 9:35AM Strategy
CRN Poll: Which of these distributors do you deal with most?

CRN Poll: Which of these distributors do you deal with most?

Around 40 percent of our reseller readers picked Altech as the distributor they dealt with most.
Lilia Guan Mar 30 2007, 2:47PM Training & Development
Sun worries? Let your bikini do the talking

Sun worries? Let your bikini do the talking

NEW YORK - As the bikini turns 60, it's entering the electronic age with a new model featuring a built-in alarm to warn wearers to get out of the sun - and ease concerns that the scanty swimsuits damage the health.
Belinda Goldsmith Jul 28 2006, 10:58AM Sales & Marketing
Do Not Call register fears unfounded

Do Not Call register fears unfounded

Contact centre vendor, Aspect Software, has dismissed the current concern over the proposed national Do Not Call (DNC) register legislation as a “storm in a tea cup.”

Tim Lohman Jun 8 2006, 4:19PM Collaboration
Ingram seeks to do still more with less

Ingram seeks to do still more with less

Broad-based distributor Ingram Micro has cut 12 staff as it fights to maintain profitability in the face of ever-shrinking margins.
Fleur Doidge Jan 27 2004, 12:00AM Strategy
Thanks, we’ll do that now: Captaris

Thanks, we’ll do that now: Captaris

Document management software vendor Captaris has bought the distribution arm of business partner Axient for an undisclosed sum, citing dissatisfaction with that company’s performance in the channel.
Fleur Doidge Oct 28 2003, 12:00AM Data centre

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