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Wikileaks under attack from all directionsview story

http://www.itwire.com – It seems as fast as new URLs and IP addresses for Wikileaks and for CableGate are being posted they are being torn down.  By who, we don't yet know.  Here is a short summary of activity in the past couple of hours. (IT news)

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Video stew: iSpy with my little i... iview for the iPad!view story

http://www.itwire.com – The ABC’s popular “catch-up” iview TV service has finally come to the iPad, featuring a “fresh new contemporary look” – but Android, iPhone and Samsung TV users will have to wait until 2011 before they can join the iview party. (IT news)

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iPad, therefore I Kindle kill?view story

http://www.itwire.com – In a survey of 2812 US consumers, ChangeWave research has discovered that the “iPad’s share of the overall market has doubled” since ChangeWave’s last survey “of e-Reader owners”, and while Amazon’s Kindle is still in the lead, the iPad is very quickly iCatching up! (IT news)

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Call for code of conduct at FOSS conferencesview story

http://www.itwire.com – A GNU/Linux developer and consultant has called for the adoption of a code of conduct at open source conferences in order to avoid the harassment of women. (IT news)

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Pizza Hut feeds Facebookers for freeview story

http://www.itwire.com – Social networking can be an exhausting business, but thanks to a new concept users will no longer have to go hungry. (IT news)

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From thirty dollars to $90m: The RetailMeNot storyview story

http://www.itwire.com – Along with his co-founder Bevan Clark (above, right), Guy King (above, left) today became one of Australia’s newest multi-millionaires, as his company’s RetailMeNot site was snapped up by emerging US media player WhaleShark Media for around $90 million. But speaking with the entrepreneur this morning, you get the feeling it hasn’t yet sunk in. (IT news)

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Microsoft kicks local MD upstairsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Tracey Fellows, managing director of Microsoft’s Australian subsidiary is being kicked upstairs – relocating to Singapore to take up the role as area vice president for Asia Pacific. She will continue to act as country general manager until her replacement is appointed. (IT news)

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$90 million payday: Aussie startup sells RetailMeNotview story

http://www.itwire.com – Melbourne based internet startup Stateless Systems has sold its RetailMeNot site to emerging US online media player WhaleShark Media for an amount close to $90 million. (IT news)

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TV vs Computer - computer wins!view story

http://www.itwire.com – A recent survey commissioned by Intel, completed in October 2010, of 417 respondents across Australia aged between 16 and 59 years found that more Australians would give up their TVs before they’d let go of their laptops. (IT news)

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Router modding with DD-WRTview story

http://www.itwire.com – Strip away the casing of most routers and you’re left with a fairly standard set of components. However, router makers use firmware to create differences between their products. The problem is that many very useful features that are possible with the hardware are made difficult or impossible by the software. (IT news)

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Microsoft bumps Fellows to Asia-Pac roleview story

http://www.itwire.com – Microsoft has promoted Tracey Fellows, the long running chief of its Australian division to run its Asia-Pacific operation; but without immediately clarifying the identity of the executive's successor or whether a direct replacement would be appointed. (IT news)

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After PUE, Green Grid creates metrics for carbon and waterview story

http://www.networkworld.com – The Green Grid consortium, which developed the widely-used PUE metric for measuring energy efficiency in data centers, is developing two more metrics to address carbon emissions and water usage, it said Thursday. (IT news)