Linux Foundation head proclaims year of Linux desktop – from a Mac In what could well take the award for the most hypocritical tech statement of the year, Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin last week announced…
Lazy reporting: ABC fudges number of defective pacemakers The ABC appears to have used rather lazy methods to calculate the approximate number of Australians who could be vulnerable to a remotely exploitable vulnerability…
Security firms must provide evidence to back their claims Security firms increasingly appear to think that they can dish out information and expect people to believe it without bothering to provide any supporting evidence.
Linux pioneer SUSE marks 25 years in the field The Germany-based SUSE Linux marked a milestone over the last few days: on Friday, 2 September, the company turned 25, a remarkable achievement in an…
Bye, bye Solaris, it was a nice ride while it lasted The end of Solaris, the UNIX-like operating system developed by Sun Microsystems, is nigh, with the core talent associated with the OS and its SPARC…
NBN Co and positive customer experience: never the twain shall meet The NBN Co makes nice PowerPoint slides whenever it creates the corporate plans that it intends to use as a means of telling the world…
Vic home-schooling move could have tech ramifications A Victorian Government decision on home-schooling, which allows school principals to decide, within 28 days, whether a child should be allowed to be tutored at…
NBN: govt doing everything but what is needed As the hum of complaints about the NBN grew and grew, reaching a shrill pitch, it was only to be expected that the government would…
Telstra moves in mysterious ways that Optus cannot match How is it possible for one telecommunications provider to carry out number porting across technologies and networks or exchanges when another provider, with whom an…

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