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It seems that the competition regulator of an unelected government purporting to represent the sovereign nations of Western Europe is waging a socialist war against…
IBM has lost out to EDS and Infosys in a $450 million of IT development and maintenance contracts with Telstra but has renewed a $745…
The global server market suffered a devastating decline in the first quarter and what has been tagged as the worst slump in history may be…
Microsoft has once again upset many in the netbook user community with news of artificially imposed limitations on the entry level version of its upcoming…
The jury is in about the performance of Windows 7 RC on netbook computers - it's as slow as a wet week. For Microsoft the…
The blogosphere is teeming with reports and rumours about the imminent release of a new Microsoft search engine possibly as early as next week. We…
Some market watchers say that a pricing announcement today by Vodafone and Hutchison will not influence an ACCC determination about their proposed merger on May…
Microsoft has lashed out at the European Commission over its treatment in a new antitrust case and for once the Redmond software company may have…
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman, Graeme Samuel, seemingly stopped short of calling for the structural separation of Telstra in his speech to the ATUG…
Tuesday, 19 May 2009 03:34

WolframAlpha a long way from beta

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While everyone seems to be aghast at the capabilities of new computational search engine WolframAlpha, most ordinary users will still be visiting Google and Wikipedia…

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