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Maybe Telstra Never Wanted To Win NBN
by David Heath   

Interviewed on this morning’s AM (ABC Radio) show, Telstra Chairman Donald McGauchie seemed to suggest that the company has plenty of plans to move ahead in ways that don’t include the National Broadband Network (NBN).

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Abandon all hope, EA announce Dante’s Inferno game
by Mike Bantick   
Electronic Arts return to the 14th Century for inspiration of yet another upcoming new IP release.  Behold Dante’s Inferno.

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NEC extends enterprise VoIP and unified comms to the iPhone
by Stuart Corner   
NEC has launched an Australian-developed VoIP application for the iPhone that, in conjunction with software running on NEC enterprise IP telephony systems, will enable users to make business quality calls over 3G cellular or WiFi networks.

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Vote for your Top Ten NASA story of 2008
by William Atkins   
NASA is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2008 but, more importantly, it conducted many different discovery, exploratory, and scientific projects over these last twelve months. From designing swimsuits to landing on Mars and understanding the Northern Lights, you can vote for your favorite event!

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NBN alternatives: NZ does the homework Australia should have done
by Stuart Corner   
Amid all the controversy surrounding Australia's National Broadband Network, let's not forget that the promise of at least 12Mbps to 98 percent of the population for around $9b was basically an ALP 'back of the envelope' calculation. Thanks to InternetNZ, a much thoroughly researched approach has been taken across The Ditch.

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Low-carb diets reduce memory skills
by William Atkins   
An American study found that women on a low-carbohydrate diet did more poorly on memory-based tests than other female dieters on a reduced calorie weight-loss plan. Basically, their brains did not work well because not enough energy was produced by low-carb foods.

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New Zealand wakes up to the need for IPv6
by Stuart Corner   
Major ICT industry and stakeholder organisations in New Zealand have agreed on the need for a transition plan from IPv4 to IPv6 that would include education, and identification and removal of roadblocks to IPv6 deployment. However it lags well behind Australia in IPv6 transition planning.

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Pac-Man gobbles up Android downloads
by Mike Bantick   
In a continuing trend, it looks as if people are purchasing new phones to play games.

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