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  • News: Primus CEO: Shutting down copper is 'a really dumb thing to do'

    Shutting down the copper network as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN) plan is "dumb" and a fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) model would work better than fibre-to-the-home (FTTH), according to Primus Telecom CEO, Tom Mazerski.

  • News: Australia's 4G LTE journey: Where are we now?

    Telstra recently made its highly anticipated 4G LTE network widely available in capital cities and various regional centres across Australia.

  • News: Australian companies caught up in RSA SecurID token attack

    The aftermath of the RSA SecurID token attack which occurred in March and led to the replacement of thousands of tokens, has continued with the revelation that customers of Australian Internet service providers (ISPs), including Telstra and iiNet, may have been compromised.

  • News: Vodafone upgrading customer service platform

    Vodafone is to roll out a new customer service system to help capture the increasing number of social media communications the telco is experiencing with its customer base.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Sunny side up

    Apple plans to bring clean energy to a power-hungry facility, Sprint searches for an influx of cash, and a Steve Jobs special makes its way to the airwaves. The remainders for Wednesday, October 26, 2011 are supported by readers like you.

  • News: Preview: Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone

    It's been a long time coming but Nokia has finally unveiled its first Windows-powered smartphone, the Lumia 800.

  • News: Sprint aims to use Clearwire's LTE network

    Sprint Nextel and Clearwire plan to make their future LTE networks work together and are working on a commercial agreement under which Sprint would use Clearwire's network for extra capacity.

  • News: Apple rolling out in-store pickup option for online purchases

    Say goodbye to obsessively refreshing FedEx's tracking information: The next time you order a new iMac from Apple's online store, you may be able to walk down to your local Apple Store and have your computer ready and waiting.

  • News: Reading Walter Isaacson's 'Steve Jobs'

    This week, Walter Isaacson's book "Steve Jobs" arrived on iPads and Kindles and in bookstores worldwide. We've been reading it, and now it's time to talk about it. So join us in our "Macworld Book Club" as I'm joined by Lex Friedman, Serenity Caldwell, and Dan Frakes to discuss our reactions to the book and what it tells us about the man.

  • News: Black Duck refines code search

    Black Duck Software has revamped its software code engine so that it indexes more quickly and filters the results, the company announced Wednesday.

  • News: New bill would target websites enabling copyright infringement

    A new bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives would allow law enforcement officials to shut down websites that enable or facilitate copyright infringement, leading some digital rights groups to suggest that YouTube, Twitter and online news sites could be targeted.

  • News: Duqu incidents detected in Iran and Sudan

    Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has identified infections with the new Duqu malware in Sudan and, more importantly, Iran, the main target of the Trojan's predecessor -- Stuxnet.

  • News: Why give up IBM's top job at 60?

    The traditional retirement age for CEOs at IBM has been 60, or close to it.

  • News: EFF, ACLU file lawsuits over Patriot Act data collection

    Two civil liberties groups have filed lawsuits asking the U.S. Department of Justice to detail its collection of electronic data and other information under the 10-year-old counterterrorism law, the USA Patriot Act.

  • News: Why Are You Still Using Windows XP?

    A lot has happened since 2001. Technology evolves rapidly, and you won't find many instances of someone using the same technology today that they used a decade ago. Yet, Windows XP just turned 10 years old and many businesses and users still rely on the antiquated operating system.

  • News: Oracle-Google trial won't start until next year

    The intellectual property lawsuit between Oracle and Google over the Android mobile OS won't go to trial until next year, according to a ruling made Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California by the judge overseeing the case.

  • News: Android Ice Cream Sandwich: No Update for Nexus One

    Which each Android update comes the agonizing process of figuring out which phones will actually get the upgrade--and Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich, is no different.

  • News: iPhone exceeds Sprint's expectations

    The Apple iPhone is attracting more new subscribers than expected to Sprint Nextel, and it will probably ease rather than worsen congestion on the carrier's 3G network, Sprint executives said as they announced third-quarter results on Wednesday.

  • News: Target.com's second site crash could become e-comm nightmare

    For the second time in six weeks, Target's Web site crashed Tuesday, and that is scary news for any major retailer heading into the holiday shopping season.

  • News: Mozilla, Microsoft debut Bing-ed Firefox

    Just weeks before Mozilla's lucrative contract with Google comes up for renewal, the open-source developer launched a customized version of Firefox that uses rival Microsoft's Bing search engine.



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