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AMD back in the black, but PC division shrinks 15%

AMD back in the black, but PC division shrinks 15%

Consoles help the company return to profitability.
Shona Ghosh Oct 21 2013, 8:26AM Hardware
No iPad 3 in 2011?

No iPad 3 in 2011?

Despite various rumours of Apple launching the iPad 3 this year, it appears the device won’t be hitting the shelves until next year.
Tom Brewster Aug 18 2011, 7:34AM Hardware
Linux's rival no longer Microsoft, but Apple

Linux's rival no longer Microsoft, but Apple

Switch to mobile devices means battling Microsoft is like "kicking a puppy", says Linux guru.
Nicole Kobie Apr 7 2011, 2:26PM Software
Powell: The battle for his personal information

Powell: The battle for his personal information

It’s best to catch him on a good day.
Feb 17 2010, 1:20PM Collaboration
Fast50: Desktop to data centre provider comes first

Fast50: Desktop to data centre provider comes first

The winner of the inaugural CRN Fast50 is Mbits, a small yet impressive company.
Sholto Macpherson Dec 7 2009, 9:17AM Software
McAfee sees no slowdown in sales

McAfee sees no slowdown in sales

Vendor's Q4 numbers suggest spending squeeze has not hit security sector
Doug Woodburn Feb 14 2009, 10:50AM Security
Gartner predicts no rise in IT spending this year

Gartner predicts no rise in IT spending this year

IT budgets are expected to remain largely flat in 2009 with an average increase of just 0.16 per cent globally, according to analyst Gartner.
Ian Williams Jan 16 2009, 8:18AM Collaboration
Telstra restructuring troubled Kaz group, no buyers in sight

Telstra restructuring troubled Kaz group, no buyers in sight

Telstra is restructuring its troubled ICT services arm Kaz by combining parts of its NSW and Victorian businesses, and moving more services into Telstra.
Kathryn Small Sep 9 2008, 2:30PM Collaboration
Opinion: No more spin

Opinion: No more spin

Fortune tellers, and analysts, have been predicting the demise of hard
disks for almost as long as the crash-prone spinning platters have been available.
Ian Yates Aug 26 2008, 2:15PM Hardware
Have no fear, the $99 laptop is here

Have no fear, the $99 laptop is here

Jointech's JL7100 laptop is apparently ready to sell – but is this actually a laptop or just a glorified PDA?
Emma Hughes Aug 12 2008, 10:21AM Hardware
iPhone 3G is 'no market changer'

iPhone 3G is 'no market changer'

The new iPhone 3G is "no market changer" and the slew of new features does little more than help Apple keep up with the competition, according to an analyst..
Jun 11 2008, 7:53AM Hardware
No Blu-ray for the Xbox

No Blu-ray for the Xbox

Microsoft has said it will not be developing a Blu-ray add on for the Xbox 360, and will be concentrating exclusively on digital downloads for content distribution.

Iain Thomson Mar 18 2008, 6:43AM 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
Internet access: Hinder me no longer [opinion]

Internet access: Hinder me no longer [opinion]

Research outfit Ovumhas discovered that most SMEs in the UK think the Internet has caused them grief instead of delivering nirvana. There’s no reason to doubt that a similar response would be generated by the same questions being asked most anyplace which has Internet access.
Ian Yates Feb 15 2008, 6:45AM Collaboration
Security no longer top IT concern

Security no longer top IT concern

A new study suggests that fears about security breaches are moving down IT managers' list of concerns.

Iain Thomson Jan 31 2008, 7:38AM Security
No love lost as Valentine worms spread

No love lost as Valentine worms spread

Security firms warn of new malware targeting the gullible.
Robert Jaques Jan 29 2008, 6:47AM Security
Green virtualisation: No tree hugging required

Green virtualisation: No tree hugging required

As the “green IT” movement gains momentum, eco-friendly businesses are gaining real financial benefits.
Leanne Mezrani Oct 29 2007, 4:45PM Collaboration
ACCC tells Telstra to change ads that no longer exist

ACCC tells Telstra to change ads that no longer exist

Watchdog issues recommendation for Telstra to amend NextG advertisements that the telco said are already changed.
Mitchell Bingemann Aug 24 2007, 2:16PM Collaboration
No quick tech fix for phishing

No quick tech fix for phishing

Education not much cop either, says security expert.
Iain Thomson Jun 28 2007, 7:00AM Security
Broadband multi-play offers all volume and no profit

Broadband multi-play offers all volume and no profit

Price slashing by telcos in the form of multi-play packages could decimate consumer spending on pay-TV, broadband and telephony services, warn analysts in a new report.
Andrew Charlesworth Aug 21 2006, 9:36AM Mobility

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