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Innovation is about far more than shiny phones and souped-up PCs. There's a lot of inventions out there transforming lives or with the potential to change... Read more »

NBN: ‘supercharged’ copper needs no replacing for FttN

NBN's usage of the legacy copper network has been successful to date, with consumers able to get high speeds while utilising the widely panned fibre-to-the-node network. more Read more »

Samsung Ventures chips in to NZ VR startup 8i funding round

New Zealand's 8i landed NZ$20 million in its series A funding round, and is expecting to use the cash injection to continue making virtual reality 'more human', and expand its engineering team.

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Invigor to pay AU$4.5m for Germany’s Condat AG

​Australian-listed Invigor Group has entered into an agreement to acquire smart media specialist, Condat AG, for a total of AU$4.5 million. more Read more »

South Korea takes another step to ActiveX liberation

The Korea Trade Network's development of an ActiveX-free authentication certification program may be the most concrete sign yet of South Korea finally dislodging itself from Internet Explorer. Read more »

SK Hynix to join 3D NAND competition this year

The company's CEO has announced the production of 36-layer 3D NAND by the end of the year, and 48-stack 3D NAND next year, as well as plans to boost production of DRAM.

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All Flash versions vulnerable to remote control attack until next week

A vulnerability that could allow an attacker to take control of a machine running Flash is currently being exploited in the wild, Trend Micro has found. more Read more »

Australia bucking PC downturn trend: Intel

Intel has said it is experiencing 20 percent growth in the consumer sales in Australia, and it is being driven by 2-in-1 laptops. more Read more »

Telstra partners with HP for network function virtualisation

Australian telco Telstra has partnered with HP, F5, and Nuage to announce a proof of concept for a multi-vendor, open NFV solution. more Read more »

Freelancer down AU$33,000 for Q3, completes Escrow acquisition

Australian online freelancing services marketplace Freelancer has posted a AU$33,000 net operating loss for the third quarter of the year, but is focusing on the approval of its latest acquisition.

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