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The 20 year-old system that supports the parliamentary car service is failing security requirements for official government guests.
Intervention by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has prompted Nokia Australia to retract unfair warranty conditions after it restricted claims to within three months of purchase.
The Seven Network will consider pushing for simultaneous broadcasting times between Australia and the United States to combat online piracy, according to director Ryan Stokes.
Australians will have to wait for the newly-hatched Twitter Local Trends feature - which went live overnight - to come down under.
Analysts are predicting 2010 will be the year that organisations take on cloud computing, following a dormant year of IT spending.
Mainland Australia’s regional broadband traffic will be carried over Alcatel-Lucent’s optical fibre network as part of a $250 million initiative to link blackspot areas to major centres.
A do-it-yourself ticketing system used by the likes of WaltDisney and the UK Premier League may offer Aussie venues a cheaper way to get bums on seats.
The length of handset repair warranties could more than double if the industry regulator acts on its contention that warranties should extend to the life of service contracts.
Adoption and use of 3G networks and wireless broadband exploded last year as consumers flocked to grab the latest Internet-ready mobile, according to new research.
Victoria’s troubled bushfire alert system will be put to the test today as the state braces for [[artnid:275889|catastrophic fire conditions]] and soaring 40 degree temperatures.
Railcorp has inked a two and half year deal with communications supplier Huawei Australia to replace its ageing analogue radio network with a digital solution used in China’s ultra-fast railway network.
Retired mainframe administrators are being offered lucrative deals and better work conditions by businesses unable to replace the experienced workers.
This week marked 20 years since Robert Elz and Torben Neilsen completed the first circuit that brought the Internet to Australia.
The NSW Department of Corrective Services will implement mandatory iris scanning and fingerprinting across its 32 prisons to help verify visitor identities.