The journey to find gas or oil starts on a boat. The boat has 10 air compressor guns firing blasts into the ocean floor, from which arise reflections that are picked up by the hydrophones on the 10 12km cables the boat is dragging. The data that is created as the guns shoot again and again needs to be crunched.
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Analyst firm Frost and Sullivan has rolled its newly formed Asia-Pacific IT division into the better performing information and communication technology division, making two people redundant in the process.
Visa Australia said today it was moving to chip and PIN technology for all of its credit cards, with signature transactions to be banned by April 2013.
AMD has not ruled out moving its battle against Intel's antitrust behaviour onto Australian soil.
AMD wins in Europe as the European Commission fines Intel $1.45 billion for anti-competitive behavior. Will AMD try to repeat its success Down Under?
The company has extended the olive branch over claims by two execs that inadequate ARM chips cause the iPhone to be slow
At IDF in Taiwan, a senior Intel executive claimed the iPhone struggles with demanding apps because of the shortcomings of ARM chips
Intel announced this week at the Intel Developer Forum in Taipei that its first working Moorestown platform for mobile internet devices (MIDs) had come out of fabrication.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have designed chips that use 30,000 times less power in sleep mode and 10 per cent less in active mode than comparable processors, putting an end to overweight battery syndrome.
The Semiconductor Industry Association has released a directory of authorised dealers to prevent counterfeit components entering the supply chain