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Taking our token tablets

Taking our token tablets

After a short break, Technolatte is back on deck to talk about who's replacing their tokens, what's coming out in tablets, what Mike Quigley can expect to face when he returns from holidays and whether or not internet access is a basic human right.

published June 10, 2011 by

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Dollars and sense

Dollars and sense

What was in the Federal budget for IT? What are Telstra and Amazon fighting about? Why are the emergency services divided over spectrum and how much did Microsoft pay for Skype?

published May 12, 2011 by

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The failcast: how much d'oh can we take?

The failcast: how much d'oh can we take?

This week, we have a whole podcast of fail. Sony PlayStation Network's breach has to be one of the biggest "d'oh!" moments in data breach history, while iPhone's location-tracking has people fuming, global roaming prices are just plain ridiculous and the Amazon Web Services outage shows that cloud can break, too.

published April 28, 2011 by

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Pub crawling with NFC

Pub crawling with NFC

Can you conveniently execute a pub crawl with a near-field communication device? Is Sydney becoming powerless? Do you know how fast your illegal downloads were going and how can we make the public sector sexy again?

published March 17, 2011 by

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iiThink, therefore iiAm

iiThink, therefore iiAm

This week saw New Zealand telcos shine through a national disaster, the DSD gets chummy with Apple, AusCERT suffers under legal bindings, all while the Federal Court of Australia handed down the iiTrial verdict.

published February 24, 2011 by

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The cloud: drinking game edition

The cloud: drinking game edition

Has Telstra hit the jackpot with its long-term evolution (LTE) announcement? Does the government worry too much about cloud? Does piracy really cost as much as studios think it does, and can you really have too many lawnmowers?

published February 17, 2011 by

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Them damn sneaky Androids

Them damn sneaky Androids

Those sneaky Androids are creeping into Australians' pockets, but is Apple quaking in its iOS boots? Is there mutiny within pirate ranks? What's the Commonwealth Bank playing at with its core modernisation and should we start planning Windows XP's funeral?

published February 10, 2011 by

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