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Skype has teamed up with Qpass to enable its users to download, and pay for personalised ringtones. The feature is available only on the just-released…
Monday, 03 October 2005 10:00

PSP accessories

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By Alex Zaharov-ReuttPSP accessory pack (Pelican Starter Kit for PSP) $69.95www.gvae.com.auOk, so you've bought a PSP. You've had the 'wow' experience. It is an amazing…
Thursday, 29 September 2005 18:55

Optus launches fixed/mobile bundles

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Optus has followed Telstra with the introduction of a bundled offering for consumers that includes both fixed and mobile calls.
Thursday, 29 September 2005 18:54

CyberTrust expands managed security service offerings

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Managed security services (MSS) provider, CyberTrust, has expanded its MSS offerings to provide a 'full-spectrum' service portfolio to organisations requiring real-time monitoring and management of…
Dell and Cingular Wireless will work together to deliver Cingular's 3G wireless broadband to Dell's US notebook customers at speeds of 400-700 kbps.
Friday, 30 September 2005 10:00

SanDisk plugs music on flash

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SanDisk has announced a new technology called TrustedFlash which allows consumers to buy premium music, movies and games on flash memory cards for use in…
Thursday, 29 September 2005 10:00

Do it all DVD/HDD recorder

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Ok, well, almost everythingPioneer DVD/HDD recorder DVR530H, from $899, www.pioneeraus.com.auDVD recording killed the VHS video star, but it looks as though standalone DVD recorders are…
Wednesday, 28 September 2005 10:00

NICTA unveils new wireless monitoring platform

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Dr Skafidas & NICTORGovernment funded ICT research group, National ICT Australia Ltd (NICTA), has developed its first prototytpe, a wireless sensor network technology platform. The…
Tuesday, 27 September 2005 14:10

Orange revives 'fixed'/mobile offering

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Orange, Hutchison Telecommunications CDMA network arm, has launched a service that combines fixed line and mobile functionality, all from a mobile phone.
Monday, 26 September 2005 18:16

AAPT launches capped home phone plans

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AAPT has launched a range of capped plans for home phone lines claiming that 74 percent of Australians still use the home phone to chat…

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