In this iTWire podcast, the Director of IBM Australia's Development Laboratory explains how it works on many different types of software and hardware projects, the…
Are you aware that you can see archived pages from a wide range of Web sites, going back to the 1990s in some cases? It's…
The Green IT Report 2008, just published by Capgemini, examines the IT industry’s green credentials and an assessment of how industry leaders are dealing with…
The GeoEye-1 satellite, launched in September, has just taken its first high-resolution photos and they're looking crystal clear in comparison with those we're used to…
With its vast resources Microsoft certainly has developed (and continues to develop) some excellent products. But they have also rolled out some very average ones…
Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, continues his fascinating insights into the control…
In a significant advance for information security science, the first live quantum key distribution (QKD) network was just demonstrated in Vienna at the SECOQC Demonstration…
Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, continues his fascinating insights into the control…
Jackie Olson, program director of IBM's International Technical Support Organization (ITSO) and Authoring Services, tells us in this iTWire podcast about the ITSO's numerous products…
Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, continues his fascinating insights into the control…

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