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Apple's iPad 2 in pictures

Apple has introduced its next generation iPad, the iPad 2. The device features a new design that is 33 per cent thinner and up to 15 per cent lighter than the original iPad, with the same 9.7-inch LED-backlit LCD screen.

In pictures: CeBIT Future-Proofing your Data Centre 2011

CeBIT organiser Hannover Fairs held its annual Future-Proofing your Data Centre conference this week in Sydney, bringing IT managers and CIOs together to discuss best practices and the changing face of the data centre. Here's all the action in pictures.

Telstra's LTE move ups the competitive ante

Telstra's plan to significantly upgrade its wireless internet services is clearly intended to maintain its mobile network advantage over its rivals, according to industry analyst, Ovum.

Wireless network camera sets world record for altitude

An Axis network camera has set the world record for the highest wireless network camera delivering high quality images to Earth. The camera was sent into the atmosphere by a stratospheric balloon from the Esrange Space Center in the north of Sweden.

Funny IT helpdesk requests

We’ve all been through it, so this is guaranteed to make you smile. IT service management (ITSM) provider [[xref:|SysAid Technologies]] asked IT managers to share their true, most bizarre IT service requests. Here are some most memorable IT moments.

15 Free Enterprise Collaboration Tools

Whether your business is looking to start small or go big, many free tools can help jumpstart your enterprise collaboration efforts. Here's a look at 15 of the best -- some old, some new, some basic and some robust

iPad launch in Sydney

About 120 people queued outside Apple's CBD store in Sydney to be among the first in Australia to own an Apple iPad.

5 free apps to help manage Twitter

Remember that Hubspot statistic that revealed that almost 56 per cent of Twitter accounts are not following anyone? Or the one from Harvard Business Review which stated 10 per cent of active Twitter users are responsible for 90 per cent of all the tweets? If you have a Twitter account, the chances are good you've accumulated a sizeable number of deadbeat users.