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Australian green IT report sets high watermarkview story

http://www.itwire.com – A three year old report on the carbon implications of information technology, which was issued by the Australian Computer Society in 2007, still ranks as an international high watermark according to BMC Software, and is helping Australian companies pioneer sustainable IT practices ahead of their international peers. (IT news)

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Podcast Season 2 Episode 13view story

http://www.tuxradar.com – Title: Live from OSCON. In this episode: A SCO representative finally reveals some of the Linux code SCO had a problem with and OpenSUSE 11.3 is here. Listen to the results of our new challenge, and we ask whether the likes of Red Hat, Novell and Canonical contribute enough back to the community. (IT news)

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Safari data disclosure vulnerability disclosedview story

http://www.itwire.com – A security researcher has disclosed a vulnerability in Apple's Safari browser that can be used to steal personal information. (IT news)

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Record revenue reported from Redmond: Microsoft brings in $16 billionview story

http://www.itwire.com – Microsoft has joined the list of companies reporting record quarterly revenues. (IT news)

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How to create an open source communityview story

http://www.tuxradar.com – Community. This little nine-letter word is the lifeblood of open source. Barely a day goes by without some aspect of it impacting our lives, be that via Linux, a local book club, your closest group of friends or any one of a million other places. In an age when anyone over 45 seems to have stories about the end of local communities, the open source community is thriving. (IT news)

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IBM's new mainframe, the zEnterprise 196, is a leviathanview story

http://www.networkworld.com – Every new IBM mainframe says something about the times we live in, and today's latest mainframe release is no different. Thus, the zEnterprise system has become a cross-platform management system, a sovereign of other systems. (IT news)

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Scientists identify origins of Celiac Diseaseview story

http://www.itwire.com – Australian/U.K. scientists have identified the molecular material that causes celiac disease in some humans. They hope the discovery will lead to a drug to control the disease that prevents such people from eating gluten-based foods.   (IT news)

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How high are the forests? Ask NASAview story

http://www.itwire.com – The U.S. space agency NASA has produced the world’s first map of the height of all Earth’s forests. The map will help scientists learn more about the carbon cycle and its affect on our atmosphere. (IT news)

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Finisar Australia leads global ROADM marketview story

http://www.itwire.com – Reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexors (ROADMs) are a key component of the world's optical fibre networks. Sydney based Finisar Australia is a world leader in this rapidly growing market, and it is looking for people. (IT news)

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Google’s online store for Nexus One is gOneview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google’s superphone online selling “direct to the public” experiment is finally over, with Google shutting down its Nexus One online store, with continuing sales only available to developers and from carriers in a handful of countries. (IT news)

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ACCAN chief Allan Asher named Commonwealth Ombudsmanview story

http://www.itwire.com – Allan Asher will move on after just a year as inaugural CEO of the recently formed Australian Consumer and Communications Action Network (ACCAN) to take up the role of the  Commonwealth Ombudsman. (IT news)

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ACS unveils stellar line up for World Computer Congressview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Australian Computer Society, which will host the 21st World Computer Congress in Brisbane in September, has unveiled a stellar line up of speakers for the event including author and opinion-shaper Nicholas Carr, the UK Government’s CIO John Suffolk and Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Movement. (IT news)