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  • News: iiNet praises NBN Co, pans lack of digital economy strategy

    Internet service provider (ISP) iiNet (ASX:IIN) has praised the National Broadband Network (NBN) but has cautioned that the value of the fibre network will be lessened unless the Federal Government issues a national online strategy to give purpose and direction to the project.

  • News: Take Better Photos With Your Digital Camera

    Do your family members shudder when you pick up a camera? Are you jealous of your friends' Flickr albums? Has it been weeks since the last time someone "Liked" one of your photos on Facebook?

  • News: A Special E-book: Healthcare IT's Challenges & Opportunities

    It's been about 20 years since experts said the healthcare system could be improved with a dose of IT. So how are we doing so far? Computerization is slowly improving healthcare processes, but it's a long way from living up to expectations.

  • News: LastPass says users no longer have to reset passwords

    PastPass Friday backed off an order it issued yesterday calling for all users to reset their master passwords to the online password management system.

  • News: Capcom: It Was a Very Good Year

    Capcom just had an excellent fiscal year and attributes its success to the diversity of the products in its catalog, as well as the platforms it is supporting.

  • News: EA Has New Xbox

    Sources have told Develop that the new Xbox not only exists, but that EA already has its hands on it and is developing first-generation software.

  • News: IBM celebrates tech behind first U.S. manned space flight

    As NASA marks the 50th anniversary of the first U.S. manned spaceflight, IBM is celebrating the mathematicians and engineers who helped make it happen.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roundup for week ending May 6

    Here are the top iPhone 5 rumors for the week ending Friday, May 6: The Date, the value of carrier employees as sources of information, two models, shallow consumers buy the white iPhone 4 and delay iPhone 5, wireless updates. You heard it all here second.

  • News: Apple's iMac, MacBook Pro lines are SSD friendly

    The second paragraph of the Computerworld (US) story, "Apple's iMac, MacBook Pro lines are SSD friendly," which posted to the newswire Friday, has been changed to remove a reference to a spokesman. That paragraph now reads:

  • News: Stringer Issues PSN Apology

    Sony president Sir Howard Stringer has come out of hiding to offer a formal apology for the PSN disaster.

  • News: Pre-Order Zelda 3DS from Greece

    Nintendo Greece has announced the pre-order bonuses for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D -- and they're pretty sweet.

  • News: THQ: Homefront Could Equal CoD

    THQ CEO Brian Farrell believes his company's new shooter franchise could reach the level of success that Call of Duty currently enjoys.

  • News: OWC offers 480 GB solid state drive for 2010 MacBook Air

    Other World Computing (OWC) has announced the Mercury Aura Pro Express 480GB, which the company says is the largest high performance solid state drive available for the 2010 MacBook Air. The full Mercury Aura Pro Express line offers solid state upgrades for both the 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch Airs, in 180 GB, 240 GB, 360 GB, and 480 GB sizes.

  • News: Day 5: Gmail Tips from the Trenches

    30 Days With...Google Docs: Day 5

  • News: This Mother's Day Give Tech Support Instead of Chocolate

    Mother's Day is this Sunday, which means that flower shops will be busy, Hallmark stock should be up, and you can expect long lines at brunches as children of all ages try to figure out some meaningful way to thank Moms for all they do, and all they mean to us. This Mother's Day, maybe you can get your mom a clue so she can get more use out of her PC and maybe video chat with the grandkids every once in awhile.

  • News: You don't know tech: InfoWorld news quiz

    May 6, 2011: Osama's death has world atwitter; Sony's network gets the jitters

  • News: Android, Chrome to highlight Google I/O developer conference

    Google's biggest developer platforms will take center stage at Google I/O next week.

  • News: Westpac promises review into outage

    Westpac has restored its online banking service following a prolonged outage, caused by an air-conditioning fault at a data centre. The bank’s group executive for retail and business banking, Rob Coombe, has also apologised to customers, promising a review of the events that caused the system failures.

  • News: NAB reports spending on Next Generation Banking IT platform

    The National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB) has reported that it continues to spend up on its Next Generation Banking following the release of its March 2011 half year financial results.

  • News: Why You Should Take a Pay Cut to Skip Lunch

    Recently, PCWorld's Business Center has posted a couple of articles that debate whether it's in the best interest of employees to take a 10 percent pay cut to telecommute or not to do so. I'm not going to get embroiled in the controversy over the joys of working at home versus the pleasures of working at the office because, honestly, if I had the choice I wouldn't work at all. But since that "dream job" choice is impractical for me and (I suspect) for many of you, I've developed an alternative action plan that will enable you to take a 10 percent pay cut regardless of where you work.



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