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Back in early 2012 I wrote that iBooks would never come to OS X, but I was proven wrong when Apple announced OS X Mavericks at WWDC last week.
Amongst the temporary moves, buildings must keep indoor temperatures above 26 degrees celsius and stores are banned from leaving their doors open. This follows the forced shutdown of two nuclear reactors last month.
Fast removal of old technology to enable new ways of working is essential but often under appreciated: HP are masters at orchestrating disposal governance compliance, financing and contractual reorganization
Communications Minister announces new initiatives in data analytics, multi-nation agreement on digital radio frequencies in the 700MHz band, and plans for the country's converged media masterplan.
AMD wants to be more than just an alternative to Intel. It wants to lead ARM's gains in the data center as 2014 shapes up to be a pilot year for hyperscale servers.
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The ongoing dispute between emergency services, state government, and the Australian government over the best spectrum band for emergency service networks has spilled over into a new parliamentary inquiry.
Dimension Data and Oakton have teamed up to offer up a range of services beyond plain IT implementations.
The Australian Greens will today introduce its Bill into parliament to force government agencies to obtain a warrant before accessing telecommunications metadata.
Microsoft is targeting schools and universities directly with a Surface RT discount offer during the summer back-to-school buying season.
China's Tianhe-2 or MilkyWay-2 supercomputer surpassed the power of the US Titan to take over the top spot on Top500.org's semi-annual list. Here are the top 10.
Activists use technology to spread the word about civil unrest across the country.
San Francisco and San Jose, sure. Boston, New York and Austin? Certainly. But technology startups shouldn't ignore Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Atlanta.
Google is promising to add more national markets for the Chromebook later this year too.
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