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09 Jan 2009
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo has said that the company's exclusion from the bidding process to build the national broadband network will only put $2 billion in revenue at risk.
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Microsoft has announced a deal with Dell Computers that will see its Live search engine turning up as the default setting on Dell''s computers. Hoping the buyers will be too lazy (or too thick) to us
Telstra has been revealed as the mystery buyer of iBurst radio broadband spectrum, with plans to use it for mobile internet and video applications.
Judging by the number of electronics companies touting internet ready television sets, the time might have finally arrived. And sitting behind the sets is a deal with Yahoo!
Autodesk has announced today that it has expanded its portfolio of Macintosh 2D and 3D software tools. The three new 2009 products for Mac OS X are Autodesk Toxik procedural compositing software, Auto
07 Jan 2009
This is real footage of a real Monster Truck rally in Brisbane. Making the people and trucks look like animated toys is just a trick - but it's one hell of a trick!
Electronics manufacturer LG has launched an internet ready television set, and a deal with Netflix that will give buyers access to download the video companies massive movie library.
Autodesk will not renew its development license with The Foundry. In 2007, The Foundry bought the compositing software Nuke from Digital Domain - a rival to both Autodesk's software-based products inc
Japanese company, Anime Co, has announced that it is earning $US110,000 each month from advertising alongside its content on YouTube.
The economics of Foxtel, DVD hire and movie piracy on the household budget - including carbon offsets. A very cheeky look at what's on offer, and why it just isn't competitive.
Five years and 35,000 lawsuits later, the Recording Industry Association of America has abandoned its strategy of suing people it accuses of music piracy in favour of collaborative deals with internet
Following the huge worldwide success of the UK original, Top Gear Australia was the most eagerly awaited TV franchise of 2008 and for good reason. With a nationwide search for presenters and significa
The Lab Sydney, market leader in postproduction for film, television and commercial projects, today announced details of over 120 VFX shots it produced for Baz Luhrmann’s epic movie, Australia.
05 Jan 2009
Nick Minchin, Federal opposition spokesperson for communications, has had a go at Stephen Conroy over broadband delays. This line had us on the office floor giggling helplessly: "Considering the
The Minister for Terrifying Anyone Who Buggers Up Broadband has produced a fetching discussion paper for the web. With no reference to thumbscrews, 'the Digital Economy Future Directions Paper' refers
Broadcast and post-production supplier Digistor will bless the sunshine state with their presence in 2009, with an office due to open in January. Jason Bock will head head north to become Queensland
Digital Pictures has pushed aside concerns about the economy announcing its commitment to the growth and success of digital postproduction in Australia, by commissioning their sophisticated Blu-ray Au
19 Dec 2008
Someone posted thirty minutes of Aardman's late W & G epic, A Matter of Loaf and Death on YouTube. The offending clips have now been removed.
It is an article of faith the Google search results are generated by a computer algorithm, but that might be about to change.
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