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Egyptian impact crater could mean we're at more riskview story

http://www.itwire.com – A newly discovered meteorite that impacted in southwestern Egypt a few thousand years ago, and produced what is being called the Kamil Crater, could mean that we are all at greater risk of getting hit by one.   (IT news)

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Go to university to cope better with dementiaview story

http://www.itwire.com – A British/Finnish study has concluded that people are able to better cope with changes brought about by dementia when they are better educated.   (IT news)

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iPhone 4 outright pricing to start from $859view story

http://apcmag.com – Apple Australia tags the 16GB iPhone 4 at $859 outright, with the new entry-level 8GB iPhone 3GS landing at $719. (IT news)

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Boldly go ogle ABC’s iView on your new Sony Bravia IPTVview story

http://www.itwire.com – ABC iView on Sony Bravia TVs… hardly the final frontier. This is the short voyage of an iViewing enterprise, to explore strange new content missed on its original broadcast, to seek out new stars and series worth watching, to boldly chew through your metered download limits as never before. (IT news)

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ISPs take note: if you filter you lose customers!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Internet service providers who implement the Federal Government’s voluntary filter stand to lose Australian broadband customers in droves according to a new survey. In fact, according to the newly released figures, signing up to the filter could be a business shattering choice. (IT news)

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Australian hacker in guilty plea over banking info stealing software: protect yourself!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Anthony Scott Harrison, from the major Australian city of Adelaide, has pleaded guilty to a range of counts of technological offences that saw him create a software trojan to steal banking and credit card details from PCs that struck 3000 PCs around the world and in Australia, with 74000 more PCs targeted for infection. (IT news)

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Telstra’s Internet usage research uncovers the obviousview story

http://www.itwire.com – Obvious, or rather, “obviously”, is a favourite word of our PM whenever she seems to speak about anything, and also obvious is the findings from Telstra’s research that many homes now have several “Internet enabled devices” at their disposal, all wanting to connect to the Internet. (IT news)

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Dimension Data embarks on pre-merger spreeview story

http://www.itwire.com – Just weeks after announcing Japanese giant NTT would buy it for £2.1 billion, Dimension Data has embarked on an Australian recruitment spree – announcing that it is looking for 170 new personnel over the next six months to meet rising market demand. (IT news)

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Coalition faces massive voter backlash over NBN scrap planview story

http://www.itwire.com – It is one thing to say that climate change is crap but quite another to threaten to scrap a popular $43 billion nation building project. That appears to be the corner that the leader of the opposition Tony Abbott has painted himself into with his announced intention for the National Broadband Network. (IT news)

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BBNC claims it can save NBN Co $10 billionview story

http://www.itwire.com – An Australian company says it can offer fibre deployment technology capable of reducing the cost of the NBN rollout by around $10 billion. (IT news)

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Local businesses demand NBN fine printview story

http://www.itwire.com – Natalie Muik is crying out for a better internet service for her family’s business and was interested to learn that Mike Quigley, ceo of NBN Co had today announced he would be sending her and other local businesses  a letter and consent form to sign up for the 100 Mbits a second National Broadband network. But first she wants to see the fine print. (IT news)

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AMP goes cloud with CSCview story

http://www.itwire.com – Financial services company AMP has selected a locally-hosted service from CSC as its first production use of cloud services. (IT news)