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Stories by Nadia Cameron

  • It's not all Doom at new media conference

    Digital media enthusiasts and professionals wanting to find out more about creating interactive games and new media will soon have the opportunity to ask developers themselves, following the announcement of the inaugural X|Media|Labs conference in Sydney on June 11.

  • AIIA throws weight behind antispam cause

    Aiming to help Internet users fight the rising levels of spam hitting their inboxes, the Australian Internet Industry Association has announced it is offering consumers a free one-month trial of a range of antispam software products.

  • OzEmail cuts staff at SA subsidiary

    Call centre and customer support staff at South Australian regiona,l ISP SE Net, have been made redundant following parent company OzEmail’s decision to consolidate the regional ISP subsidiary’s customer support services into its Sydney head office.

  • Comindico broadband gives ISPs new opportunities

    A new wholesale DSL product from network provider Comindico that promises ISPs access to unlimited bandwidth capacity has resulted in a throng of unlimited ADSL broadband service offerings being launched across the country.

  • ISPs promise unlimited broadband

    A new ADSL service designed to address the needs of Australian online gaming enthusiasts will be launched by online games network and Internet Service Provider (ISP), OzForces, later this month.

  • Corporate watchdog battles fraud with Scamseek tool

    A new Internet document classifications system that employs linguistics theory to identify online breaches of the Corporations Act is set to become the latest weapon in the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's (ASIC) arsenal against Australian Web scammers.

  • ISPs: We won’t be "convenient targets"

    Australian ISPs have lashed out at attempts made by a US company to cut services to users caught conducting copyright infringing practices across their networks, adding ISPs should not be viewed as “convenient targets” for individual user offences.

  • New Microsoft program masters IT professionals

    Microsoft and Charles Sturt University have launched a Masters level program in Networking and System Administration that aims to give existing Australian IT professionals a new way to further their skills and gain accreditation, . The two-year Masters course, which includes a total of 12 subjects, will incorporate the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification program and be delivered to students by the university via e-learning vendor partner KnowledgeNet.

  • Xbox closes in on PS2

    The gap between rival gaming consoles Xbox and PlayStation 2 is narrowing, with latest figures from research analyst Inform showing Sony’s gaming console sales is ahead by just 4 per cent.

  • HP Australia pushes .Net

    Aiming to become an architectural leader in the application development space, HP is throwing its weight and investment dollars behind developing applications and infrastructure for Microsoft's .Net framework over rival platform J2EE.

  • Optus launches VoDSL service

    In a bid to attract Telstra's ISDN subscribers and build its profile in the SME space, Optus has launched a Voice over DSL (VoDSL) service which allows customers to access analog voice and data services via a single DSL network connection.