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Apple announced its plans to build a new campus in Cupertino, California, which looked a little bit like a spaceship.
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The annual CeBIT show saw a number of technology giants strut their stuff this year.
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AusCERT rolled around, bringing security experts from all over the nation under one roof, including a few booth babes.
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ZDNet Australia visited one of Vodafone's cell towers in North Sydney, as the carrier began to upgrade its network.
After Cyclone Yasi, Optus and other telecommunications providers were tasked with trying to restore services to the area.
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Wikileaks fired up a rally in Sydney, taking over the streets in protest.
NBN Co began its roll-out of 4698 metres of fibre in Kiama.
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NBN Co also opened its $32.5 million "nerve centre" in Docklands, Victoria.
Qantas finally took receipt of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, just in time for its 91st birthday.
We compiled a range of technology fails that ZDNet Australia and its readers have experienced.
Apple launched the iPhone 4S, picking a saner 8am release time rather than the midnight launches that it has done in previous years.
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The Commonwealth Bank opened its new tech-filled offices on the Sydney Harbour foreshore.
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Panasonic took ZDNet Australia through the manufacturing plant for its ruggedised laptops.
Microsoft ensured that attendees at Tech.Ed matched play with work.
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Google Australia took Google Voice to new depths by testing it underwater.
After 30 years of calls on its network, Telstra, then Telecom, took ZDNet Australia on a trip down memory lane, showing what mobile handsets used to look like.
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