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OpenText makes leader, twiceview story

http://www.itwire.com – OpenText has scored the double, with both Gartner and Forrester Research recognising the company and its enterprise content management solutions as a Leader in the ECM market. (IT news)

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Vodafone trials fetchtv and femtocells over NBN - UPDATEDview story

http://www.itwire.com – Vodafone has connected its first customers to the National Broadband Network, in Armidale: a move that marks its first foray into fixed network offerings.  (IT news)

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55 days for Kachingview story

http://www.itwire.com – It took 55 days between the all-singing, all-dancing unveiling of the Commonwealth Bank’s Kaching iPhone App in October and its eventual arrival today on the iTunes store. It doesn’t leave much time for anyone hoping to do any Christmas shopping using the new peer-to-peer payment app. (IT news)

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Goverment Report out of touch with NZ's broadband realityview story

http://www.itwire.com – New Zealand's Commerce Commission has published a report benchmarking the country's telecommunications services against those overseas, but its findings on the price of broadband Internet services are at odds with reality. (IT news)

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Vodafone trials fetchtv and femtocells over NBNview story

http://www.itwire.com – Vodafone has connected its first customers to the National Broadband Network, in Armidale: a move that marks its first foray into fixed network offerings.  (IT news)

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Vodafone trials fetchtv and femtocells over NBNview story

http://www.itwire.com – Vodafone has connected its first customers to the National Broadband Network, in Armidale: a move that marks its first foray into fixed network offerings.  (IT news)

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Arts Council joins the NBN bandwagonview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Australia Council for the Arts offering funding of $300,000 "pioneering ideas that show the cultural potential of next generation high-capacity broadband." (IT news)

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HP still Australia's top PC supplier, but Apple now number two [updated]view story

http://www.itwire.com – Despite a particularly poor performance, HP remained the leading PC vendor in Australia and New Zealand during 3Q11. Meanwhile, Apple surged into second place according to IDC's latest figures. (IT news)

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NZ’s GreenButton opens up in USview story

http://www.itwire.com – New Zealand-based software company specialising in high performance cloud computing, GreenButton, has officially created a separate subsidiary in the United States, opening offices in Palo Alto, California, Seattle and Washington to support the expansion of its technology business in the US market. (IT news)

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Rapid growth forecast for LTE mobile networksview story

http://www.itwire.com – Worldwide service revenues generated by LTE mobile networks are forecast to grow rapidly once networks are launched, exceeding $265 billion by 2016, and while the total number of LTE consumer subscribers will be higher than enterprise in five years time, consumers will in fact only account for under half of total revenues. (IT news)

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ANZ tablet market cooling, but iiPad 2 continues riseview story

http://www.itwire.com – Sales of tablets have been booming for a long time, but according to a new report just out, sales in the Australian and New Zealand market have cooled, rising just 3.1 percent (quarter on quarter) in the third quarter this year, with 434,000 units shipped. Apple, however, continues its rise with the iPad 2, while Android sales are subdued. (IT news)

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Strong dollar doubles mobile roaming complaintsview story

http://www.itwire.com – An increase in the number of Australians taking short overseas trips thanks to a strong Australian dollar has resulted in complaints to the Telecommunications Ombudsman about mobile roaming charges doubling in three months. (IT news)