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Thursday, 27 January 2011 20:22

PVRs didn't kill the advertising star - yet

The widespread use of VCRs made a lot of us comfortable with the idea of fast-forwarding through the ads. And the emergence of DVRs/PVRs added pristine video quality to the mix. But ads have survived, and at least one industry watcher thinks they'll continue to flourish.

Published in Core Dump
Friday, 03 September 2010 13:31

Microsoft Tech.Ed 2010 network shouldered the load

Sydney might have hosted the 'best ever' Olympic Games back in 2000, but Microsoft Tech.Ed 2010 held last week on the Gold Coast was the best ever as far as the event's technology manager Jorke Odolphi is concerned.

Published in Networking

The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) has welcomed the release of a research paper by the University of Ballarat which estimated that at least 89 percent of traffic on BitTorrent, and possibly as much as 98 percent, was in breach of copyright.

Published in Technology Regulation



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