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Inmarsat's handheld satphone to be let loose at CommunicAsiaview story

http://www.itwire.com – Inmarsat will formally launch its first handheld satellite phone, the IsatPhone Pro, at CommunicAsia next week after what, by its own admission has been "years of development and months of hype," - and Australian company World Reach stands to make $ millions from the product. (IT news)

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Ubuntu apes Novell in IP scare campaignview story

http://www.itwire.com – In its hurry to embark on ventures that would result in making its GNU/Linux distribution a profitable one, it looks like Canonical, the makers of the popular Ubuntu GNU/Linux, has gone a step too far. (IT news)

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Mobile industry to train staff to cut networks' energy useview story

http://www.itwire.com – Australia's three mobile carriers, through the Mobile Carriers Forum, have launched an online training programme for industry employees in bid to reduce the carbon footprint and electricity costs of mobile networks, which typically account for 93 percent of operators' energy consumption. (IT news)

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E310: Where will the Wii love come from?view story

http://www.itwire.com – The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) begins next week, and there is a barrage of wares to be shown at the event.  All the big names will have some hardware to flog, and plenty of companies will be rolling out glitzy previews of upcoming software.  Will the Wii get much love? (IT news)

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Asus N61JQ-JX002V - powerful Intel Core i7 CPU and ATI Radeon HD 5730 graphics cardview story

http://apcmag.com – The Asus N61JQ-JX002V is a very powerful notebook for $1444.00, especially with its Intel Core i7-720QM CPU and ATI Radeon HD 5730 graphics card. (IT news)

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Kevin Rudd's Google love momentview story

http://apcmag.com – Although the government is currently at war with Google, Kevin Rudd says you need the NBN because... you'll be able to access Google faster. (IT news)

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10 percent of OECD broadband services now on fibreview story

http://www.itwire.com – The OECD has released new statistics on broadband penetration in OECD countries, as of December 2009 saying that fibre services now make up 11 percent of the total. (IT news)

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The iPad is a weekend-only deviceview story

http://www.itwire.com – Recent data clearly shows that there is a very significant gap between the expectations of the promoters and the needs of the users of the iPad. (IT news)

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Optus changes customer charges - guess who gets screwedview story

http://www.itwire.com – In a letter sent to customers, Optus has outlined changes to the way charges for national, mobile and international calls are to be calculated. In a move that rivals their mobile data being charged in 10MB chunks, there’s little benefit in this for customers. (IT news)

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BREAKING: Govt wants access to your emails, browsing historyview story

http://apcmag.com – The Fed Govt is considering forcing Australian ISPs to retain data on how Australian citizens are using the internet, such as their sent and received email and browsing history. (IT news)

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Multitasking Tom Tom app for iPhoneview story

http://www.itwire.com – Navigation software developer Tom Tom has been quick out of the blocks to let people know the changes to the popular navigation app as part of the advent of iOS 4 on the iPhone. (IT news)

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Final nail hammered into SCO caseview story

http://www.itwire.com – The SCO Group was yesterday (US time) denied a fresh trial by the district court of Utah to examine its claim to own the IP for UNIX and this looks to be the end of the road for the longstanding litigation. (IT news)