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Dodo Australia is being investigated by the The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) after it breached the Telecommunications Act for its handling of customer complaints.
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Iconic hardware and software manufacturer Apple, best known for cultural-changing devices like the iPod and iPhone, could be ready to disrupt a new industry: video games.
In anticipation of Moore's Law becoming irrelevant in the next 10 to 20 years, the National Science Foundation (NSF) wants funding for research that could lead to a replacement for current silicon technology.
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Google released an update to the SDK (software development kit) for Android, its mobile-phone operating system.
Yahoo yesterday launched a new mashup that allows users to follow news in 3-D as it happens all over the world.
Disappointed Mac users confirmed that Apple's latest Leopard update does not let them back up with Time Machine to drives plugged into an Airport Extreme router.
Just one day after Microsoft issued a massive set of security patches for its software, hackers have begun posting code showing how to exploit one of the flaws.
Mozilla released the third beta of Firefox 3 this week, eight weeks after it made the last major milestone for its open-source browser, and right on a schedule it set a dozen days ago.
Microsoft's plan to acquire mobile technology developer Danger will grant the software mogul the brand recognition it seeks in the youth market, analysts said.
Yahoo may team up with News Corp. to fend off Microsoft's bid to buy the struggling Web portal, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Wednesday.
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