I've been immersed in the world of technology, IT vendors and business software for nearly 13 years, and there are lots of things to love and lots of things to hate. But there also many bewildering things about the tech world that still make me scrat...
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Within the last few days Microsoft quietly announced it is killing its Encarta encyclopedia, with the actual date of death October, 2009. What it hinted at, but didn't quite say, was that Wikipedia killed it.
Cyberspies are lurking on government networks in more than 100 countries, thanks (probably) to the Chinese government. Welcome to Cold War 2.0.
A judge enters a courtroom.
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Australian wireless Internet provider Unwired will struggle to meet initial cost projections for the rollout of its WiMAX network.
With three days to go until myKP's unlimited broadband plans are unveiled, Australia's newest ISP still has an up-hill battle ahead of it.
It seems the NBN saga shows no signs of slowing down. Or ever being over for that matter.
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Telstra is the best broadband provider in the country -- at least according to one report.
Many of us have, at some point, logged-on to an unsecured wireless network in the hope of being able to access the Internet for free. Usually, we do it when we are desperate, such as when we're staying at a hotel and don't want to pay hourly fees, or...
A few years ago some Australian ISPs got into a bit of hot water with their "unlimited" plans. The problem? They weren't actually unlimited. Thanks to careful wording and legal genius these plans offered limited (and often insufficient) download quot...
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