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Already in the midst of NBN controversy, Aussie communications provider TPG has been slapped with a $400,000 fine by the Federal Court for failing to give customers access to police, fire and ambulance services.


It was not that Samsung just wanted to emulate Apple’s success – in the iPhone and iPad arena – it set out to make and market better products. Did it copy Apple or did it have a better product and marketing strategy? Only the courts can decide.

Samsung is publicly tipping that the Korean tech giant’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone will outdo the stellar sales of its predecessor the Galaxy S4.

Former Chief Evangelist of Apple Guy Kawasaki has joined Aussie design startup Canva, resurrecting his famous title from Apple in the process.

NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has already made some sweeping changes to the government-run company but his work has only just begun, after the company reported a $1.117 billion loss with revenue of just $69.8 million for the nine months ended 31 March.

Major cloud service providers in Asia Pacific are cutting prices and threatening smaller players’ existence, according to one major analyst group.

Microsoft can be accused of many things, but clarity about its product lines is not one of them. The latest move by the company that still makes the world's dominant operating systems is indicative of this - no security updates for Windows 8.1!

Can installing an SSD breathe new life into a netbook?  The answer might surprise you.


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