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The iPad mini expands the total addressable market for Apple and strengthens its hammerlock on the tablet category. But Apple could have delivered a death blow to rivals with a lower price.
CenITex's full name, Centre for IT Excellence, seems to be dripping with irony after the state's Ombudsman unearthed "serious improper conduct" within the Victoria government's IT services agency.
Social games company cuts 150 employees and ends 13 unspecified older game titles as part of its cost-cutting measures to regain profitability.
Spike in demand for mobile and flash memory chips helps South Korean chipmaker limit the impact of a slumping PC market to book an operating loss of US$13.6 million.
Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy has no problem with the telecommunications giant gobbling up the long-standing Adelaide-based ISP.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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Huawei has called for the Australian public to have a more mature debate than the "protectionism" debate in the US over security concerns with Chinese telecommunications network vendors.
I fully expect to see Google as the primary search engine of choice, so long as the search engine paradigm exists as-is. Here's why.
Apple's fifth generation iPad, due presumably in early 2014, really needs to up the ante on what is widely considered to be a very incremental improvement over the iPad 3.
The government's plan involves digitizing the ration card and beneficiary database and computerizing its supply chain management to improve efficiency and transparency.
A former University of Sydney IT manager has been found by the Independent Commission Against Corruption to have engaged in corrupt conduct over a five year period.
Taiwan's Compal Electronics will cut more than 100 workers after tablet shipments for 2012 did not meet its earlier forecast.
Telstra has said that the Adam Internet deal is not about getting more customers before the NBN rollout.
The United Nations has picked a side when it comes to the ongoing debate over data-retention legislation, echoing sentiments by law-enforcement organisations that a retention scheme is necessary.
I've spent the last week using Microsoft's new Surface with Windows RT. It does some things remarkably well, but it's not a PC. Is it right for you?
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