NBN Co has revealed the basic steps the company took in assessing the quality of Telstra's copper and HFC networks before agreeing to a new deal to take ownership of the networks.
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iboss Network Security has updated its enterprise security platform to offer better network protection against cybercriminals.
HP's new hardware additions land as the company's global partner conference kicks off.
Faster mobile networks - 4G and even 5G - unlock the prospect of shifting the OS off the handset and turning it into a thin client. Could they pave the way for the end of mobile hardware as we know it?
The update to Skype's app for Android tablets brings a revamped UI and audio, but also reports from users of dropped calls and crashes in the Microsoft-owned VoIP service.
The nation's third largest wireless provider has fully restored service to most states hit by Hurricane Sandy.
An update uploaded to the mobile laboratory as it was en route from Earth to Mars was installed over the weekend, to help Curiosity carry out its experiments and not bump into things
No mention of a fix for the iPad 3 'Batterygate' issue.
Telecommunications specialist Huawei has continued its push into the private datacentre with a comprehensive update to its networking and server equipment
As HP unveils it's new FlexNetwork Architecture, they seem to be making a bold statement about the future of corporate networks. And that is that changing requirements are inevitable.
Sony's PlayStation Network and Qriocity services are still offline and there's no ETA as to when services will be restored.
NASA is deploying a network of smart cameras across the United States to better understand where meteoroids that enter the Earth's atmosphere come from.
How IT will smooth mankind's missions into outer space
The space agency is set to auction five patents relating to the field of automated software development, which could be used to cut development time and coding errors
Competition can be a good thing. No better case in point is Verizon's aggressive strategy with its FiOS fiber-optic network and pay TV service, which have given cable companies something to worry about besides satellite TV rivals.
Wired magazine has an article on the iPhone network meltdown. Not surprisingly, AT&T blames the iPhone's insatiable appetite for bandwidth, but to hear AT&T tell it, it's just as much Apple's fault.
Lockdown or Death for your FaceBook Profile: An Advanced User Guide to Social Networking Privacy (UPDATED)
If you're sick and tired of FaceBook's continual encroachment on your privacy, here's how to lock it down like a SuperMax prison or give it the Death Penalty.
You might have heard there's a big Cisco Borderless Networks shindig today, where the company is touting the idea that communications should be seamlessly between wired and wireless network. Don't overlook the updates that Cisco is making to EnergyWise, which is the network giant's vision for managing energy consumption.
High-speed space data; lab animal testing, R.I.P.; 40 mph runners; Asian carp vs. Great Lakes; quake-proof buildings.
Needless to say, being a Yankees fan of the entirely driven and committed sort, I'm biting every nail on my hands off and frankly, if I could reach my feet, would go at those nails too (Ugh.).
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