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NBN announcement: Live Twitter feed

NBN announcement: Live Twitter feed

The Federal Government has terminated the NBN tender process with no winner, instead flagging plans to investbillions in building its own fibre network over the next eight years. Stay up to date on proceedings with ZDNet.com.au's Twitter feed.

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iPhone could morph into a tablet at WWDC

iPhone could morph into a tablet at WWDC

Everyone pretty much knows that the third generation iPhone hardware is a lock for WWDC -- so much so that analysts have already "baked it" into their financial projections. Forbes' Brian Caulfield goes so far as to say that not releasing a new iPhone handset at the June event would be "an incipient public relations disaster of biblical proportions.

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NBN super Tuesday: It's on today

NBN super Tuesday: It's on today

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is expected to announce the winner of the government's $4.7 billion National Broadband Network contract early this morning at 8:15AM at a Canberra press conference with Communications Minister Stephen Conroy and Treasurer Wayne Swan.

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Samsung plans three phones with Android

Samsung plans three phones with Android

This year Samsung is planning to launch at least three mobile phones that will be able to run the Android operating system, it has emerged.According to a report in Forbes magazine on Thursday, Dr Won-Pyo Hong, executive vice president at Samsung, has said the company's first Android phone is scheduled to launch in June.

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Perfectionists need not apply

Perfectionists need not apply

If you're a perfectionist, or prefer to solve problems alone, you're going to have some problems working with community projects. Individual contributors and companies need to get used to working in the open, and be willing to work towards perfection rather than trying to nail it the first time.

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Which comes first — SOA success or SOA governance?

Which comes first — SOA success or SOA governance?

It's that old chicken-or-egg question: should governance mechanisms be put into place before service oriented architecture gains steam, or should the investment in time and resources for governance wait until there is something to be governed? Does governance help SOA attain success at an earlier stage, or should SOA prove itself first?

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