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Remains of the Day: Google is a lean, green machineview story

http://www.networkworld.com – Sure, Apple made a hojillion dollars this quarter, but that doesn't mean the rest of the tech industry has rolled over and died (they haven't, right?). Google's finally got some wind in its sails, Samsung wants no part of Apple's reception foofaraw, and Microsoft is still trying to hit the moving target that is the future. Lean back, grab a beverage, and enjoy the remainders for Tuesday, July 20. (IT news)

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NZ's Research Network abandons fixed phones for iPhonesview story

http://www.itwire.com – REANNZ, the Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand, has abandoned fixed phones, given all 15 staff iPhones and signed a deal with Vodafone NZ covering all its internal telecommunications services. (IT news)

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Kogan enters ebook reader marketview story

http://www.itwire.com – Kogan continues to diversify its range of low-cost consumer electronics. The latest addition is a $189 ebook reader. (IT news)

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LTE gets a 40,000 base station boost: Nokia Siemens the big winnerview story

http://www.itwire.com – Nokia Siemens Networks has been awarded, provisionally, a $US7 billion eight year contract to build and manage a 40,000 base station LTE network that will cover 92 percent of the US population. (IT news)

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Cisco and University of NSW to offer postgrad course in NBN skillsview story

http://www.itwire.com – The University of NSW will launch on 22 July a new post-graduate course in network systems architecture developed in conjunction with Cisco and designed to equip students for roles in the National Broadband Network and cloud computing. (IT news)

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Telstra makes pre-paid Next G broadband more affordableview story

http://www.itwire.com – Telstra wants to tempt the many pre-paid mobile broadband users, some of whom are experiencing dial-up speeds in heavily populated areas on competing networks, with a new “Telstra Turbo” Next G USB modem and affordable no-contract pre-paid per gigabyte pricing, although naturally still at higher prices than the competition. (IT news)

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Software AG helps shrink Adabas databasesview story

http://www.itwire.com – A new tool from Software AG allows the size of Adabas databases to be reduced by archiving infrequently used data. (IT news)

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Dell acquires storage optimisation company Ocarinaview story

http://www.itwire.com – Dell has agreed the acquisition of Ocarina Networks, a developer of storage software. (IT news)

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SMEs turn back on ITview story

http://www.itwire.com – Local software company Attache has launched a guide which it is currently selling for $99 to help small and medium enterprises better harness technology and improve their business performance. (IT news)

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Google to launch “Google Election 2010” for Australiaview story

http://www.itwire.com – The ABC might have the Chaser Team covering the coming Australian Federal Election, but Google has just notified the press that its “Google election team” is back with info and initiatives to keep Australians politically connected – from July 28. Here’s what we know so far… (IT news)

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Telstra deepens Mitel relationshipview story

http://www.itwire.com – A deal between Telstra and Mitel will see the telco offer the full range of Mitel products and services. (IT news)

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iGo satnav software goes greenview story

http://www.itwire.com – The latest release of Nav N Go's iGo GPS navigation software features green routing. (IT news)