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Nate Silver, the statistician behind the New York Times' fivethirtyeight blog correctly predicted the outcome of the US presidential election in all 50 states, convincingly…
This item has been removed because Optus has told me it was totally wrong. It was, however, based on information provided on the Optus web…
Cisco's announcement that it has been chosen to install Wi-Fi at Flemington racecourse was exquisitely timed and full of the usual hyperbole, but it's a…
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 10:51

Telstra talks down role of small mobile cells

Telstra announced last week that it had deployed new very small cellular base stations to boost mobile coverage at Flemington Racecourse during the spring racing…
"Superfast broadband essential to long-term competitiveness of UK economy…[but] unlikely to deliver the rapid returns for the UK economy that have been predicted."
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 17:37

Pens will have to be smart to survive

The pen might be mightier than the sword but it's unlikely to prove a match for the tablet and the smartphone, unless Livescribe realises its…
Tuesday, 23 October 2012 08:36

In the online world you are what you surf

As more of our lives are spent online buying goods and services, downloading files, watching videos and interacting with others we leave great details of…
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 18:38

A new take on the digital divide

The Digital Divide has been hot political potato in Australia for years. Now the ITU has come up with a new way of measuring it…
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 13:35

Clouds gathering over the channel

The growing enthusiasm of business for outsourcing IT services into the cloud is likely to have a profound effect on the supply chain for IT…
Alcatel-Lucent is bringing to Australia an initiative designed to help its telco customers participate fully in the value chain of network-delivered services and applications but…




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