Computerworld Australia has collated all of the news on the Queensland flood devastation featured on our site.
Google has launched a Crisis Response site to provide the public with up to date information on the current Queensland floods.
Around 127,000 flood-affected Queensland residents are without power and it's unlikely many will be reconnected before the weekend.
Around 78,000 residents in Queensland's southeast are without power, with more to follow as the flood crisis continues.
Queensland's floods are making news in some, but not all, parts of the world.
The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) has advised its members that services will continue despite the flooding in Queensland.
The Optus network in Queensland has been disrupted due to power outages as the flooding continues.
AAPT has confirmed it is the latest telco to close its Queensland data centre following floods.
About 56,000 properties are without power in southeast Queensland, with more to follow as the flood crisis continues, Energex says.
Data centres and telecommunications across Brisbane are continuing to brace for impact as a result of continued flooding in the city’s CBD.
Power will begin to be cut to parts of Brisbane's CBD and a number of low-lying riverside suburbs from 8.30am (AEST) on Wednesday, with a warning the blackouts could last for days.
Up to 2000 Telstra employees are among those who have evacuated Brisbane's CBD after floodwaters spilled into the city.
Internet trolls have defaced a Facebook site paying tribute to the victims of the Queensland floods.
The huge cost of responding to Queensland's flood crisis calls into question the wisdom of spending billions on a national broadband network (NBN), federal Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, says.
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