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Telecom Corporation of New Zealand (ASX: TEL) has bought back over a million shares, at a cost of over NZ$4 million (AUD$3.5 million).
Reverse Corp Limited (ASX: REF), the company behind the 1800-reverse collect call service, forecasted on Friday that its year-end profits would not be significantly lower than last year's despite a precipitous drop in share-price.
Gigabyte subsidiary, Gigazone, has brought Altech on-board to distribute its power supplies, chassis and coolers.
NetComm Australia (ASX: NTC) will soon be supplying Telstra with around AUD$10.5 million worth of telecommunications equipment.
Mobi Limited (ASX:MBI) announced that they have settled their heated legal battle with former employee Garry Sholl.
Entertainment Media and Telecoms Limited [EMT] (ASX: ETC) announced on Friday that their planned complete acquisition of Malaysian mobile security provider Nexbis will go ahead despite difficulties raising the required capital.
IT services provider, EDS, has scored a $25 million deal to upgrade the Federal Government's online services portal, australia.gov.au.
The Australian Office of the Workplace Ombudsman has cleared Commander's decision to axe 600 staff earlier this year of breaches to the Workplace Relations Act.
As the market for small, low-cost laptops grows, Intel increasingly finds itself competing against Taiwan's Via Technologies rather than its traditional rival, Advanced Micro Devices.
Server shipments worldwide increased 7.6 per cent in the first quarter of 2008 compared with the first quarter of last year, while worldwide server revenue for the same period climbed 4.3 per cent, according to Gartner.
Almost half of victims of cyber bullying attacks in the workplace have not been taken seriously by their employers when seeking support and assistance, according to a survey of 1782 employees by Australia's leading online career network, LinkMe.com.au.
The Australia and New Zealand security solutions market reached more than $US1 billion in 2007 and is set to continue to grow at a CAGR of 11.8 per cent to reach more than $US2 billion by 2012, according to IDC.
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Indian officials have reportedly issued an ultimatum to Research in Motion asking the Canadian company to provide a way for the government to monitor BlackBerry communications if it wants its service to continue in that country.
Backup-power product maker APC and building automation vendor TAC will integrate their software management platforms with IBM's Tivoli Monitoring energy management tools, giving data center managers more visibility into and control over their systems, the company said Friday.
Accounting irregularities in Fast Search and Transfer, which was acquired by Microsoft in January and is now a subsidiary, have been reported to the Norwegian police by the Kredittilsynet, the financial supervisory authority of Norway.
With the 2008 Olympic Games only a few months away, Lenovo Group is gearing up for a three-day trial of the hardware infrastructure it's set up in Beijing for the events.
Microsoft will require hardware makers to test their device drivers on Windows 7 to receive certification for Windows Vista, according to documents posted on the company's site.
A European Union-wide advisory body this week called for security breach disclosure regulations tougher than those in the US as a step toward raising awareness of the seriousness of security threats.
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