The falling sales of Nintendo DS games have been linked to a modified chip which enables the playing of pirated games.
Stories by Christina Zhou
Australian Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and telecommunication carriers have shrugged off any notion that free Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services such as Skype are threatening their businesses.
Microsoft is reminding people running the Microsoft Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) to install the released version of Windows 7 to avoid data loss.
The Australian Computer Society WA Branch has announced the finalists of the 19th Annual Western Australian IT and Telecommunications Industry Awards (WAITTA).
Google has announced a deal with the Indian Premier League (IPL) to offer live cricket on YouTube and on-demand access to the tournament's 60 matches.
Microsoft has teamed up with HTC and Telstra to launch a new Windows HD2 touchscreen phone. The phone’s most prominent feature, its high resolution 4.3-inch touch display, enables users to view, zoom, and resize websites, Microsoft Office files, PDF documents and pictures by pinching your fingers.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has renewed its call for fines for failing to notify the privacy commissioner of data breaches after the UK introduced penalties of up to half a million pounds.
The director of the California-based USC Annenberg School, Jeffrey Cole, has predicted the extinction of newspapers in the next few years, accelerated by high-speed broadband National Broadband Network (NBN).
An interactive educational website has been launched to encourage studies in astronomy and create awareness of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope.
The president and chief executive officer of SAP Australia New Zealand , Tim Ebbeck, has described the National Broadband Network (NBN) as a ‘critical piece of national infrastructure’ to Australia’s economic future.
Data recovery and legal technology provider, Kroll Ontrack, has announced its sixth annual top ten data disasters from 2009. A global poll of Ontrack Data Recovery experts came up with the list, which points to the vulnerability of data loss during time, location and situation.
The Internet Industry Association’s (IIA) application to be heard in the trial between Perth ISP iiNet and AFACT was rejected by the Federal Court today, after its submission was ruled irrelevant. AFACT objected to iiNet’s intervention because the submission did not provide any information that had not already been heard in court. "The court acknowledges that the fact that the IIA could not be considered impartial is irrelevant. Equally, it is irrelevant that the IIA happens to have a perspective which is aligned with one of the parties and not the other,” stated Justice Cowdry in a written ruling.
TransACT will unveil a new Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) gateway in Canberra on Tuesday in what it is describing as a “first of its kind in Australia”.
Telstra will launch Australia’s fastest cable broadband network in Melbourne on December 1 in a move to increase speed and bandwidth for multiple users within households.
iiNet senior counsellor, Richard Cobden, has told the Federal Court of Australia that although 97,000 copyright infringements have been allegedly detected within its customer base there is only adequate evidence to hold one user liable. The comments formed part of the closing arguments in the civil case with the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT).