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iTnewswire Late Edition: IT salaries, jobs on the rise; Cellnet profit forecast shrinks.

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Tuesday, 23rd August 2005
  • IT salaries, jobs on the rise
  • Cellnet profit forecast shrinks
  • "Stealthy" worms, trojans seen tripling in number
  • AMD challenges Intel's Paxville with new Opterons
  • IBM to help startups in emerging markets
  • IT salaries, jobs on the rise
    IT salaries in Australia jumped between 10 and 25 percent in calendar Q2 2005 over the same period last year, according to a report compiled by recruiter Icon. More...

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    Cellnet profit forecast shrinks
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    "Stealthy" worms, trojans seen tripling in number
    Attackers are increasingly turning to stealthy rootkits to keep anti-virus vendors from detecting and deleting malicious worms or Trojan horses, according to a Russian security firm. More...

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    AMD challenges Intel's Paxville with new Opterons
    Leading up to the Intel Developer Forum, it is safe to predict that the dual-core duel between Intel and AMD shows no sign of cooling off. More...

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    IBM to help startups in emerging markets
    IBM has unveiled an initiative to help startups the emerging markets of Brazil, China, India and Russia to develop products around standards-based technology. More...

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    ping: $9.5m website's snail's pace | India to fill SA skills gap | Police database scrapped ...and more

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    India to fill SA skills gap
    THE South Australian Government wants to attract Indian IT workers to
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    Police database scrapped
    PUBLIC servants will be the gatekeepers of sensitive Victorian police
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    States screwed for $112m
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    Google expands desktop
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    Tag tests for shipping
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    Movies plan move on pirates
    THE movie industry is warning it will take pirates to court if consumers
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    reviews
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    HEWLETT-PACKARD'S m7199a Media Centre PC, which runs Windows XP Media
    Centre Edition, is part of a push by Microsoft to take over the lounge
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    columns
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    ACS | THE best students, and particularly young women, are not being
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    [Osdir-daily] Perens shut out of OSI license committee

    Bruce Perens, a luminary in the open-source software field, has been rejected
    in his attempt to join a new committee at the Open Source Initiative (OSI), a
    decision which has made Perens "question the process."

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    iTnewswire Early Edition: Player robs virtually; Microsoft calms IE bug worries.

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    Tuesday, 23rd August 2005
  • Player robs virtually, but nabbed in reality
  • Microsoft calms IE bug worries
  • Apache launches open source software-integration project
  • Citrix global channel chief Ross Brown resigns
  • Player robs virtually, but nabbed in reality
    A Chinese exchange student has been arrested in Japan last week for using bots to run virtual stick-ups in the Lineage II: The Chaotic Chronicle online game. More...

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    Citrix global channel chief Ross Brown has resigned from the company and will join security vendor eEye Digital Security as COO on 2 September. More...

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