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Optus brings more mobile connections underground on Sydney trains

A year after the NSW government announced plans to upgrade coverage in Sydney's inner-city rail tunnels, Optus has connected customers in the city's east.

By 4 April 2014


Photoshop expert sings: Ctrl-J, yo!

Author Deke McClelland is out with a music video in which he sings about image-editing software. Yes, he sings, rapper-style. And dances "like a crazy monkey."

By 26 June 2008


Computer learns vowels like a baby

A team of researchers say they've developed a computer program that can learn to decipher sounds the way a baby does.

By 26 July 2007


Google Wi-Fi intercept triggers Aussie police probe

Australian police open investigation into Google Street View snafu that collected private data from Wi-Fi networks while snapping photos for mapping service.

By 8 June 2010


In small wind versus solar, it's all about location

To perform at capacity, small wind turbines need strong, steady wind, while solar panels are more versatile in where they can be used, say experts.

By 22 March 2011


First YouTube video cited in court opinion

A case pitting a trademark "entrepreneur" against baseball legend George Brett prompts a federal appeals court judge to cite a YouTube.com video of Brett's famous game against the New York Yankees.

By 13 July 2007


Online activists fighting to keep WikiLeaks alive

Activists set up mirror sites to keep WikiLeaks online while PayPal suffers a DoS attack over its decision to cut off services to controversial whistle-blower site.

By 7 December 2010


Can't someone please fix online shipping, already?

From a consumer perspective, Amazon is going to run away with all e-commerce unless the rest of the Web can figure out shipping. Molly Wood asks why online shipping is still such a tough nut to crack.

By 14 April 2012


3 trials DVB-H rival for mobile TV

3 and Ericsson claim they are first to trial Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) in Australia, a mobile TV technology that delivers content over existing 3G networks more efficiently.

By 15 August 2007


Police Blotter: Pedophile loses spat over 'girl love' site

The Internet's most famous pedophile loses his fight to overturn a court order banning him from posting photographs of minors on his Web site, even if they're taken at public events.

By 27 January 2009