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Commonwealth Bank names new CIO

Commonwealth Bank has promoted David Whiteing to the chief information officer role, replacing Michael Harte who is leaving the company to join Barclays Bank in London.

June 15, 2014

Tasmanian aerial NBN rollout up in the air

NBN Co has begun its trial of deploying fibre to the premises in Tasmania using Aurora Energy's powerpoles, however the company has declined to say whether the entire network in the state will be rolled out that way.

May 29, 2014

Apple, Samsung trade barbs over patent

Lawyers for Apple and Samsung have exchanged barbs as a major new patent trial opened, debating the role of a company not even part of the case — Google.

April 1, 2014

Is England the best place to start your start-up?

For those wanting to set up a tech company, there's a lot to consider. ZDNet takes a look at some of the major start-up hubs in EMEA and what each can bring for those wanting to get their own IT business off the ground. Last up, a look at London.

December 7, 2012

London to become Intel's city-living R&D testbed

Intel is to turn London into a testbed for new technologies that it hopes can make city life more connected and sustainable.The company announced the creation of the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Connected Cities on Thursday.

May 25, 2012 by

Nokia faces class-action fraud suit over share price

Nokia is being sued by some of its shareholders on the basis of alleged fraud, but the company says the claims are without merit.The suit (PDF) was filed on Thursday at a New York district court, with the complainants seeking class action status and a jury trial.

May 7, 2012 by

Everything Everywhere takes 4G trials to Cumbria

Everything Everywhere has kicked off a 4G LTE trial in the North of England that uses the somewhat controversial 1800MHz band of spectrum.The company launched the trial, which will run until the end of July, on Wednesday in Cumbria.

May 3, 2012 by

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