Anonymous unleashed a cyber attack on the Ukraine Government to avenge Demonoid, and a fire broke out at a building housing an Indian government datacentre.
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Microsoft launched its Office Store and received strong criticism from Acer about its Windows Surface tablet strategy.
Overnight, the cheering continued for the rover Curiosity as it landed on Mars, broken up by a smattering of tablet and smartphone news.
You deserve a nice, warm cup of tech news at the start of the work week, and we're here to deliver.
Why do Australians pay more for IT? What's happening in 4G? Is Anonymous evolving? And what is BYOD all about?
Kick back and take a sip from your Daily Cuppa, because Friday is here and you've earned it. Let's get you up to speed with what happened overnight.
It's just one more day until it's Friday. Let's get you through it with the daily cuppa.
Overnight, the Apple versus Samsung trial started and Microsoft unveiled a preview for a new email client.
It's still early in the week, but you've made it past Monday, at least. We'll help you get through the rest of the week with Daily Cuppa.
The 2012 Olympics stole away most of the limelight on the weekend, but it's not all that happened. We catch you up on the rest of the news that broke while you were relaxing.
What do hacking, mobile phones and telco diversification have in common? You can find out in this week's Technolatte.
Overnight, there was a lot of stuff that just wasn't working, including the results from some companies. But at least the impending Olympics should cheer everyone up.
SAP and Apple released very different results last night, and the latter had a court win in Europe against Samsung.
Overnight, there was much ado about Windows 8 as Gartner made some big calls.
Welcome to the new week, after a weekend of pwning, storage and philanthropy.