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Windows 10 preview has a keylogger

Windows 10 preview has a keylogger

Vendor says tracking keystrokes and examining audio input helps improve the OS.
Jane McCallion Oct 8 2014, 12:25AM Software
Acer claims world's thinnest Ultrabook

Acer claims world's thinnest Ultrabook

Aspire S5 boasts Thunderbolt flip-out port.
Barry Collins in Las Vegas Jan 10 2012, 8:31AM Mobility
Gnome creator: Linux has "only 10 great desktop apps"

Gnome creator: Linux has "only 10 great desktop apps"

Miguel de Icaza says he's "heartbroken" over the way Linux on the desktop has turned out.
Nicole Kobie Sep 29 2011, 6:42AM Software
Has ComodoHacker signalled the end of the CA system?

Has ComodoHacker signalled the end of the CA system?

The CA system has come under fire after ComodoHacker causes carnage, but what is the alternative?
Tom Brewster Sep 14 2011, 6:11AM Hardware
World has 295 exabytes of storage space

World has 295 exabytes of storage space

Study counts up how much computing capacity the earth actually has, and it's a lot
Feb 14 2011, 8:13AM Hardware
HP says its LeftHand P4000 SAN has high margins for resellers

HP says its LeftHand P4000 SAN has high margins for resellers

Bill Chambers vice president of the StorageWorks Division for LeftHand Networks was talking about what benefits the P4000 has ahead of its launch in Sydney today, 12th May.
Jenny Eagle May 12 2009, 2:50PM Data centre
Motorola signs POS POS as value added distributor

Motorola signs POS POS as value added distributor

POS POS will target a range of vertical industries with the Motorola products, particularly government and health, and is looking for resellers with expertise in these sectors and in related technologies.
Staff Writers May 6 2009, 9:29AM Collaboration
Sony has a brand new patent

Sony has a brand new patent

New Playstation controller on the horizon?
Justin Robinson Nov 3 2008, 2:46PM Hardware
Has your talent been spotted?

Has your talent been spotted?

IBM reveals many firms failing to make use of in-house talent, but tech sector performs well.
Rosalie Marshall Aug 18 2008, 9:43AM Strategy
Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Local telecommunications analyst Paul Budde claims, Australia is one of the leading countries to recognise the social and economic benefits of broadband infrastructure, however without a genuine participation from Telstra investment would be wasted.
Lilia Guan Jul 22 2008, 2:08PM Collaboration
One in five Australian households has HD TV

One in five Australian households has HD TV

At least according to Sony. And they'd very much like to market to the other four houses.
Alex Kidman Jun 14 2008, 10:43AM Hardware
NewSat has no further opportunities for an ABG license

NewSat has no further opportunities for an ABG license

Australian satellite and Internet service provider, NewSat Limited’s reapplication for an Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG) license will not be considered in two months time by the Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy.

Lilia Guan Feb 29 2008, 4:02PM Collaboration
Liberal party claims Labor has raided communications fund for the bush

Liberal party claims Labor has raided communications fund for the bush

Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Bruce Billson, has come out all guns blazing at the Government, claiming it has made its first moves to raid rural Australia’s 'future proofing' Communications Fund.

a Staff Writer Feb 16 2008, 9:00AM Collaboration
Nokia has another cracking quarter

Nokia has another cracking quarter

Nokia racked up sales of €15.7bn in the fourth quarter of 2007, taking it to €51.1bn for the full year.

a Staff Writer Jan 29 2008, 6:43AM Mobility
Bing Lee co-founder passes away

Bing Lee co-founder passes away

Chairman and co-founder of NSW electrical retailer, Ken Lee, has died on the 21st December 2007 at St Vincent's Private Hospital.

Lilia Guan Dec 21 2007, 4:12PM Hardware
The nation has its say: Rabid ’07

The nation has its say: Rabid ’07

We’ve just head back to school to cast our votes on who should lead the nation, but perhaps we should just hand Rabid the job of Minister for Resellers.
Rabid Reseller Nov 27 2007, 11:38AM Strategy
Windows has 'fewer flaws' than Linux

Windows has 'fewer flaws' than Linux

Microsoft data says Mac and Linux flaws dwarf Windows.
Shaun Nichols Aug 22 2007, 7:00AM Software
Intel 'hacker' has charges quashed after 12 years

Intel 'hacker' has charges quashed after 12 years

Perl guru Randal Schwartz has had his conviction for hacking Intel's password files quashed, 12 years after being found guilty.
Iain Thomson Mar 5 2007, 2:56PM Hardware
Creative says has patent covering iPod technology

Creative says has patent covering iPod technology

Creative Technology, a maker of portable music players, on Tuesday said it was awarded a US patent that applied to Apple Computer's iPod and other rivals.
Sue Zeidler Aug 31 2005, 8:54AM Software
Fuji Xerox has green ink

Fuji Xerox has green ink

In an Australian ICT first, Fuji Xerox Printers has announced it's been awarded a 'Good Environmental Choice' label by the Australian Environmental Labelling Association (AELA).
Claire Doble Aug 4 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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