Every week, Computerworld Australia collates all the things our readers have been saying about the news, both in the forums and in comments.
Here’s what you had to say on: The analyst take on iPad losing market share to Google Android
“Is it too simplistic to expect that the market will be similar to Android phone vs iPhone. Only this time Android tablets will be available in quantity (from a 'slew' of manufacturers as said above) very soon after iPad 2 availability. Accordingly I expect Android tablets to be challenging sales of iPad more like 2013 not 2014/15.... they just have to get the pricing lower.” Said rational on Analysts disagree on iPad losing market share to Google Android
Here’s what you had to say on: Spam on the rise in Australia after lull
“What if the return address of a network packet was checked by the system before it could be sent, any that were not from the clients own address would just be dropped. Something like this could help reduce the action of bot nets and DDos.” said David on Spam on the rise again in Australia after lull: MessageLabs
Here’s what you had to say on: NSW Libs pledge ICT revolution
"The first order, he said, would be to explore replacing current plans to consolidate existing data centres under the Labor government in favour of a Cloud computing migration." Technically these are essentially the same thing, except that the data centres are owned by Govt, and the Cloud by industry. Much ado about nothing !” – said industry observer on NSW Libs pledge ICT revolution
Here’s what you had to say on: Telstra’s warning the exchanges aren’t ready for the PoIs
“What about the technically best solution of 14 POIs?
I'll bet two Telstra exchanges could be found in each capital city that are suitable right now, so why the extra holdup?
Are we building this thing for Australia or for two or three incumbent telcos?” – said Francis on Telstra warns exchanges not ready for NBN PoIs
Here’s what you had to say on: Vodafone winning the exclusive carryier rights to HTC’s Desire Z
“Why is it that phone companies, that need the broredest distribution, choose the carriers with the smallest...!
HTC, dumb move.” – said Ian on Vodafone wins HTC Desire Z