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Despite the blaring headlines that six million more Australians are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine from today (Monday), this does not mean they can get themselves vaccinated.

Published in Open Sauce

The Asia-Pacific market, including Japan, saw very little movement of the traditional PC market in 2020, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that there was only a 0.3% increase year-on-year to take the total units shipped to 103.8 million.

Published in Development

Russian security firm Kaspersky has completed moving its ANZ data storage and processing infrastructure to Switzerland, a process it announced in 2018 following a campaign by the US to blackball the firm.

Published in Security

A cyber-espionage campaign that is targeting entities around the globe has been discovered by the Blackberry Research and Intelligence Team, which says it appears to operated by attackers for hire.

Published in Security

Chinese smartphone maker vivo, which so far has not made its presence felt in Australia, has announced that it would be launching a 5G model, the X50 Pro, as part of the all-new vivo X-series of flagship devices.

Published in Mobility

Painting India in bright hues appears to be an Australian obsession these days; there is good reason to do so, since Australia would ideally like the subcontinental giant to act as a bulwark against China.

Published in Open Sauce

The CSIRO has begun what it says is the world's largest marine pollution survey, in collaboration with other countries, to find out the extent of pollution and examine steps to reduce the litter that enters the oceans.

Published in Science

Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin has appointed its first Pakistani reseller as part of its ongoing move to expand global business.

Published in Resellers

Apple subsidiary FileMaker software has helped conduct independent workplace-safety inspections for nearly 1,000 garment factories in Bangladesh in just six months.

Published in Development
Monday, 11 July 2011 17:41

Fibre to trump DSL in 2014: analyst

Fibre to the premises connections in Asia Pacific are expected to exceed DSL in 2014, a technology industry analyst is predicting.

Published in Development
After years of conspiracy theories trying to convince people that the U.S. government faked the Moon landings, two Bangladeshi newspapers confirm indirectly that, indeed, the United States did land on the Moon in July 1969.

Published in Space

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