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Hugs all-round for Nintendo’s Super Mario Galaxy 2 launchview story

http://www.itwire.com – Yes, we know that a significant proportion of the globe is already enjoying the delights of Super Mario Galaxy 2, but locally the game is released on July 1st.  For waiting so long, Nintendo Australia believes we all need a hug or perhaps a copy of the game signed by legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto himself. (IT news)

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REVIEW: HTC Legend on Vodafoneview story

http://apcmag.com – The HTC Legend has had very good reviews to date. But how is it on Vodafone? (IT news)

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New Hotmail to hit Oz within monthsview story

http://apcmag.com – Australians should have access to Microsoft's overhauled Hotmail Web mail solution within months - but will it be enough to catapult the company ahead of Google and Yahoo!? (IT news)

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AARNet & Google Australia deploy M-Labs net measurement serversview story

http://www.itwire.com – AARNet and Google have made the first deployment in Australia of Measurement Lab (M-Lab) servers, a move that they say will empower researchers and the public with tools to better understand the performance of broadband Internet connections. (IT news)

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Red Dead Redemption and Just Cause 2 free DLC todayview story

http://www.itwire.com – Download content for existing games is one way companies are rewarding their loyal consumers.  Today sees the release of some snappy DLC for Red Dead Redemption and Just Cause 2 players. (IT news)

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Govt wants to dictate the software you run on your PCview story

http://apcmag.com – Do it, or lose your internet access, the government proposes to threaten. (IT news)

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Google Voice one step nearer to global availabilityview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google has made its VoIP service, Google Voice - previously available by invitation only - available to anyone in the USA, but this is but the next step on a path that threatens Skype and many many other industry players. (IT news)

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Toshiba unveils no keyboard, twin-display notebookview story

http://apcmag.com – The way of the future, or a machine that will fold into the wake of the iPad? You decide. (IT news)

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Oh dear: Victorian town worships the god of USBview story

http://apcmag.com – One small Victorian town eschews Firewire, shuns Bluetooth and won't have a bar of HDMI. As seen from above, their love for USB is palpable. (IT news)

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Australia to miss out on Nintendo 3DS launch?view story

http://apcmag.com – Nintendo's handheld console will pack 3D effects that won't require players to wear glasses -- but it's a bit of a mystery when it will hit Australia. (IT news)

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Google didn’t collect bank data: Privacy Commissionerview story

http://apcmag.com – The Federal Privacy Commissioner has directly contradicted claims by Senator Conroy that Google collected banking passwords in its WiFi scanning mistake. (IT news)

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NBN deal may cause Telstra losses: analystview story

http://apcmag.com – Telstra's $11bn cash influx from the NBN deal might not be enough to stem the losses of customers flowing to other networks, one industry analyst says. (IT news)