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Nokia is to include the QuickOffice suite of office software on all smartphone based on its Series 60 platform, giving all users of these devices access to native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.

Monday, 10 October 2005 17:55

Three finalists for telecoms innovation award

The winner of the Telecommunications Society of Australia's John & Yvonne Almgren - TSA Innovation Encouragement Award will be announced at a lunch in Melbourne on 27 October.

Tuesday, 11 October 2005 10:00

Welcome to Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Today, 11 October 2005, is the second Tuesday of the month, the day Microsoft has earmarked to tell us about the vulnerabilities in its software that need to be addressed, and this month there are quite a few.

A new XML based standard for the residential lending industry, combined with wireless technology, has enabled licensed valuer WBP Property Valuers to cut its processing and turnaround times by 50%.

Sunday, 09 October 2005 18:05

First Trojan to target Sony PSP detected


Security experts from anti-virus vendor Symantec have identified the first Trojan that targets Sony Playstation Portable systems.

Telstra BigPond has announced the connection of its one-millionth broadband service, saying that uptake is continuing to grow unabated.

Last month saw an increase in spammers using legitimate websites as jump off points to avoid anti-spam defences. According to a new report, spammers put links on sites such as Yahoo! and Geocities, which when clicked on take unsuspecting users to spam sites.

Monday, 10 October 2005 10:00

New virus on the loose


A new variant on the Sober mass-mailing worm was detected late last week by the security vendor Clearswift.  The best protection remains to block all executable files and to never open attachments from an unknown source, for those who didn't know!

Sunday, 09 October 2005 14:49

Harvey Norman takes VoIP to the masses

Australia's biggest technology retailer Harvey Norman says it has launched "a major nation-wide mass market consumer campaign" to persuade 'non tech' consumers to try VoIP claiming it can cut family phone bills by 50 percent to 60 percent.

Sunday, 09 October 2005 14:41

ETSI's VoIP testing comes to Asia

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) will hold its next VoIP Speech Quality Test event, the fourth in the series and the first to be held in Asia, in Taiwan in November.



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