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Telstra to meet CDMA April cutoff date

Telstra has met the requirements of the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy for the shutdown of the CDMA network, which will be switched off permanently on April 28.

US company touts $399 Mac clone

A US-based company that began advertising a Mac clone called "OpenMac" for US$399 said Monday that it was stunned by the response and couldn't take orders because its Web site had gone under.

Samsung, partners push mobile TV

Samsung Electronics and several other vendors at the National Association of Broadcasters show this week are demonstrating a pending mobile TV broadcasting standard that had been forecast for completion last year.

Stolen US military gear sold on eBay, Craigslist

Stolen and sensitive US military equipment, including body armor, night vision goggles and gear to protect against nuclear or biochemical warfare, are being sold on Craigslist and eBay, a report says.

Microsoft hints at Live Mesh launch

Microsoft plans to launch its Live Mesh offering next week at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco but so far is not revealing details of the service.

Microsoft patched critical Windows bug in XP SP3 early

The appearance and disappearance of a Windows XP installation snafu indicates that Microsoft patched a critical vulnerability in XP's still-unfinished Service Pack 3 (SP3) weeks before it fixed any other version of Windows. The glitch, which sent som...

Salesforce.com embeds Google Apps in hosted CRM software

Salesforce.com Monday said it has integrated Google's hosted email, instant messaging, calendaring and spreadsheet applications with its CRM service. Analysts said that the move should help Google Apps gain some respect among skeptical IT managers un...

Green search engine plants trees for clicks

What is claimed to be the first "green" search engine launched today, offering users in 14 countries the ability to contribute to offsetting carbon emissions through tree planting schemes -- just by querying the Web.

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