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Mary Kom

Vodafone has launched a program to encourage people to do ‘great things’ with their mobile phones.

Turnbull’s Facebook session becomes an NBN free-for-all

Malcolm Turnbull hoped to use his visit to Facebook HQ in Silicon Valley into a chance to demonstrate his technical prowess. Instead it turned into an NBN slanging match.

US court ruling threatens net neutrality

A successful court appeal by telco Verizon against will limit the US government’s ability to ensure ‘net neutrality’.

Photos leak of Nokia's Android phone, Normandy

It's only a few short weeks until Microsoft fully acquires Nokia and more images have emerged of Normandy, the cheap Android phone that may never see the light of day.

Honeywell is an alarm management DynAMo

Honeywell has released a major new product called the DynAMo alarm management suite.

SaaS and the cloud are now mainstream

The cloud delivery model is now the norm as more Australian enterprises shift towards the on-demand model.

The shape of things to come – ‘escalation, consolidation, innovation’

What will 2014 bring us? More of the same, but just more of it.

Parrot Zikmu Solo – review

It is a full-fledged 2.1, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speaker system – but not as we know it. It is an objet d'art too.

CSIRO's WiFi patents expire

The bad news keeps coming for Austraia's peak science body CSIRO - its WiFi patents, and therefore its rivers of gold, have expired.

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