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  • News: R18 games and Australia's classification revolution

    "One of the issues that we posed is whether the classification scheme can continue to operate as it is with some incremental reforms or does it require fundamental change," Commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission and chair of the National Classification Scheme Review Professor Terry Flew told the audience of 'The Politics of Play' at Macquarie University last night. "The very strong indication that we got was the need for fundamental change."

  • News: Top four security predictions for 2012: ISF

    While 2011 is coming to an end, security threats show no sign of slowing down. UK-based Information Security Forum (ISF) vice president of sales and marketing, Steve Durbin, shared his four security predictions for 2012.

  • News: Collaboration, partnerships with multiple vendors key to Cloud success: Thomas Duryea

    Collaboration and communication with a variety of industry leaders is vital for CIOs looking to implement Cloud computing, an IT industry CEO claimed.

  • News: GPS group counters LightSquared claims

    The Coalition to Save Our GPS challenged LightSquared's forecasts that the FCC will be able to resolve the controversy over the company's planned cellular network by the end of this year, using a conference call with reporters on Thursday to slam the startup's business plan and technical claims.

  • News: Facebook data center project takes aim at vendor lock-in

    By launching the Open Compute Project as a stand-alone foundation, Facebook is hoping to further standardize the market for data center equipment, thereby reducing costs and vendor lock-in, the new foundation's board members said at a press conference Thursday.

  • Feature: PC Advisor today - top technology news, reviews and tips, 28/10/2011

    PC Advisor editors pick the day's best technology news, reviews, tips and tricks

  • News: Remains of the Day: Pacific home theater

    Apple's performance in the Asia-Pacific region is, as they say, en fuego; Sprint says that the iPhone and unlimited data make beautiful (streaming?) music together; and the latest on two of Steve Jobs's secret obsessions. The remainders for Thursday, October 27, 2011 will tell all!

  • News: PS Vita: How to Get it 7 Days Early

    On the official PlayStation Blog, Sony Director of Hardware Marketing John Koller reveals that you can get the PlayStation Vita on February 15th -- instead of February 22 -- by purchasing the first edition bundle.

  • News: Nintendo Loses Nearly $1 Billion Dollars

    Nintendo is reporting one the biggest financial losses the company has endured today. The gaming company is announcing that its net losses for the first half of the financial year is ¥70.2 billion (which is the equivalent of $924 million U.S. dollars).

  • News: AT&T Wireless Receiver Frees Your TV: Roam, Big Screen, Roam

    AT&T has announced a new wireless receiver for its U-verse subscribers that makes it easier to use a television in rooms that lack a TV outlet, such as a bedroom, kitchen, or even on a patio.

  • News: AMD records profit in Q3 despite manufacturing issues

    Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday reported revenue and profit growth for the third fiscal quarter of 2011, despite issues with the manufacturing of processors.

  • News: Judge says no to posters, stickers in cell retailers

    The city of San Francisco can't make retailers display signs and stickers with information about cellphone health risks, but it can require retailers to give customers an information sheet about it, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.

  • News: End user contracts needed to regain control of BYO devices

    IT departments should look to BYO device contracts with company employees as the means for balancing the needs and desires of end users with the requirements of the organisation to manage risk and control cost.

  • Opinion: Google's Latest Buys Can Boost Its Sites for Business

    Google has spent more than $1.4 billion on online properties and businesses in the last nine months. The Web has been buzzing about its purchase of the Zagat restaurant review brand, but the true goldmine for small businesses is with the new Google Offers.

  • News: Hitwise: Google+ traffic up in October over last month

    Google+ usage has increased in October compared with last month, but the social networking site couldn't sustain a dramatic one-week surge that took place after it became publicly available on Sept. 20, according to Experian Hitwise.

  • News: Cisco rolls out military-strength encryption for ISR router

    Cisco has announced a hardware encryption module for its ISR G2 router that allows point-to-point encryption of IP traffic based on what's called "Suite B," the set of encryption algorithms designated by the National Security Agency for Department of Defense communications.

  • News: ARM leads march to 64-bit tablets, smartphones

    ARM's new 64-bit ARMv8 architecture could be used in tablets and smartphones in a few years, which could help deliver better performance when running demanding applications such as video, analysts said on Thursday.

  • News: Intel releases SSD Toolbox 3.0 to optimize drive performance

    Intel on Thursday released the third generation of its solid-state drive monitoring and management firmware SSD Toolbox 3.0, which offers many of the same tools as previous versions but with a simpler interface.

  • News: Will the sky fall if you don't deploy IPv6?

    Will the world end? Will the Internet grind to a screeching halt? Will your computer systems disintegrate into a pile of bits and bytes? In short, no. At least not yet. But you may want to consider a few things.

  • News: Paycheck payoff for IT certs still declining

    Wondering whether you'll get a raise or bonus if you earn another IT industry certification? Odds are you won't, according to the latest IT salary data from Foote Partners.


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