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Is Verizon about to launch a tablet computer?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Rumours are swirling that Verizon is developing a tablet computer to tackle the iPad – AT&T hegemony in the US. (IT news)

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Industry welcomes e-health funding, wants detailview story

http://www.itwire.com – Industry has broadly welcomed Federal plans to spend $466.7 million building a national electronic records management infrastructure in the health sector, but say too few details have been released to fully understand what the system might achieve. (IT news)

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Verizon promises to cut international roaming costs - for corporatesview story

http://www.itwire.com – Verizon Business has unveiled a service designed to cut international mobile roaming costs for multinationals by using fixed-mobile convergence technologies and VoIP services. (IT news)

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LG and Microsoft in Xbox 360 based 3D gaming dealview story

http://www.itwire.com – Is it the way of the future?  Tech companies would like to think that HD 3D gaming will be an excuse to spark a new round of consumers spending.  Microsoft looks to be stitching up a  deal with electronics giant LG to partner in the 3D gaming space. (IT news)

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Is Google's Nexus One coming to Australia?view story

http://apcmag.com – Optus and Vodafone are staying tight lipped on reports that they're planning a local launch of Google's superphone in time to give them bargaining power over the iPhone 4G. (IT news)

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Telcos bait the hook with iPad 3G plansview story

http://apcmag.com – Apple’s decision to sell the iPad as an unlocked device for prepaid 3G sees carriers eagerly competing for customers who can easily sample and switch networks. (IT news)

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Telstra faces system problem with new mobile plansview story

http://apcmag.com – About those great new cap plans with Telstra... yeah, you can't switch to them if you're a long-standing existing customer. For a while, anyway. (IT news)

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Nokia re-organises to face challenges of evolving handset marketview story

http://www.itwire.com – Nokia has re-organised its mobile phone business in a bid to better exploit the rapid growth of smartphones and the challenges from new vendors and technologies in the smartphones market. (IT news)

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Operators can make profit from mobile broadband - says Nokia Siemensview story

http://www.itwire.com – Prophesies of doom and gloom for mobile operators are legion as they struggle to meet surging demands for mobile data and price-eroding fierce competition, but Nokia Siemens Networks claims that profitability is within operators' grasp. (IT news)

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Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood announced. It’s huge, but it's not AC 3view story

http://www.itwire.com – Ubisoft has announced the next iteration of the Assassin’s Creed franchise.  Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood is being described as a fully fledged full priced game but it is neither AC 2.5 nor is it AC 3.  This one includes multiplayer for the first time. (IT news)

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Vodafone NZ shoots itself in the foot: new tariff brings on regulationview story

http://www.itwire.com – Launch of new mobile plan by Vodafone NZ with a huge differential between on-net and off-net calling rates has led the NZ Commerce Commission to reverse an earlier decision. It now says that mobile termination rates - the prices mobile operators charge other telcos for delivery of calls to their customers' phones - should be regulated. (IT news)

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Android overtakes iPhone in US smartphone marketview story

http://apcmag.com – A surge in Android sales has seen Google’s open-source smartphone OS shoot past the iPhone in the US consumer market as Windows Mobile slumps towards single-digit insignificance. (IT news)