Insider Edition

Intel to sponsor Robogals initiative for international day of the girl

Intel Australia announces Robogals sponsorship | Rimini Street announces preliminary Q3 2014 financial results | Vodafone celebrates 21 years in Australia | Govt planning kickstart for start-ups on options, tax breaks
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Aussie broadband traffic jumps


Aussie broadband downloads jump | ‘iFamilies’ hungry for fast broadband: NBN | Xero named Australia's most innovate company | VIC Government invests in med tech
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New laws gives ASIO sweeping surveillance powers

New law gives ASIO sweeping surveillance powers | Fujitsu opens New Oceania HQ at Sydney's Macquarie Park | Victorian medical technology companies head to the States | The 21st annual Computer Old-timers lunch: Friday 7th Nov
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Australia number one in global phishing attacks

Australia hits number one in global phishing attacks: Kaspersky | The 21st annual Computer Old-timers lunch: Friday 7th Nov | Aussie Cohda applauds news of GM’s first ‘connected car’
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Telco consumer complaints continue to fall

Telco consumer complaints continue to fall: TIO | The 21st annual Computer Old-timers lunch: Friday 7th Nov | NSW Police employing FinFisher malware | Global LTE subscriptions reach 250 million milestone
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Young ICT Explorer wisdom

iAwards Gala Dinner Speech 2014 by Brynlea Gibson | Interactive Intelligence Engage 2014 ANZ partner and customer conference | Telcos to starve copyright infringers of ad money
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Full list of National iAwards winners

Best of the best in Australian ICT innovation recognised | Solgari expands cloud telecommunication services in APAC with new Sydney offices
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Oz innovation on the move

CSIRO robots to help rescue rainforests from weeds | NICTA injects Australian ICT into global transport design | New funds for ANU clean energy research | OzAPP Awards and entries are now open
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iAwards gala to celebrate OZ ICT’s brightest talent

What’s in store for the 2014 iAwards finale in Melbourne | iiNet revenue climbs over a billion | ATO says Bitcoin isn’t money, but taxable
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Newspapers make headway online as print continues to falter

Newspapers lose more print readers but gain big online | Autodesk offers free software to Aussie schools | Social entertainment network migme lists on ASX | Aussie Eyenaemia wins global accolade
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NZ Telecom undergoes image enhancement

Spark takes New Zealand into digital future | Aconex joins Cloud Security Alliance | DealDirect buys Grays | Celebrate 20 years of innovation at the iAwards Gala Dinner
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Government could tax citizens for the cost of surveillance

Government could slug consumers for surveillance | Tough new privacy legislation discussion paper leaked | 375 Million customer data records compromised in 2014 | NetComm Wireless scoops multiple awards for innovation
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Dr Terry Percival, Director Broadband and the Digital Economy, NICTA