Publication: Computerworld Australia

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Google's next frontier: What it means to be healthy

What makes people healthy?That's a question researchers at Google X, along with scientists at Duke University and Stanford University, are looking to answer.Google has launched a new project, dubbed the Baseline Study, that seeks to develop a greater ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 1 hour ago]
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Telstra unveils interoperable videoconferencing service

Businesses can communicate with each other using different videoconferencing products with a B2B service announced by Telstra.Telstra said its new business to business video service, now available to Telstra cloud collaboration customers, makes Cisco, ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 20 hours ago]
First reported 8 hours ago - Updated 5 hours ago - 1 reports

Workarounds to purge search bar from Firefox's new tab page are available

Firefox users who don't like the changes to the browser's new tab page have multiple options.With Firefox 31, Mozilla added a search bar to the new tab page, which previously had only displayed nine thumbnails of frequently-visited websites. Firefox 31 ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 8 hours ago]
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What to know after the latest patent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court

In June, the . In light of that decision, companies and inventors that have business methods patents, software patents or financial methods-based patents should review their portfolios to ensure that their patents are enforceable and not subject to invalidity ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 8 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

Melbourne recruitment firm fined $11k for Office 2007 piracy

BSA | The Software Alliance has settled a software copyright breach case out of court with a Melbourne-based recruitment firm that used unlicensed copies of Office 2007 Enterprise.The company paid $11,190 in damages and must purchase software licences ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 18 hours ago]
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Chinese users tire of older social networking sites

A profile page on Renren.View all images Social networking sites in China that are modeled on Facebook are having a hard time holding on to users, with customers like Beijing resident Shi Yunfeng, drifting away to newer services."The user activity has ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 8 hours ago]
First reported 15 hours ago - Updated 15 hours ago - 1 reports

ABS develops Web service for users to create own population clock

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has developed a Web service or API, based on the Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural principle, that allows users to create their own population clock.The Population Clock pulls together data ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 15 hours ago]
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IDC commends Cloud architecture and Cisco services for the Enterprise

IDC research has deemed Cisco Powered cloud services to be “enterprise class” in terms of offering value points for customers such as availability, reliability, sustainability, and scalability.A recent IDC whitepaper entitled Cisco Powered Cloud: A view ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 15 hours ago]
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 19 hours ago - 1 reports

Blow up your website and start over

Design is not just how your product looks, it’s how it works and fits together. That’s a mantra espoused by everyone from Steve Jobs to Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes. And it’s true.People increasingly only want to interact with beautiful products ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 19 hours ago]
First reported Jul 25 2014 - Updated Jul 26 2014 - 1 reports

Bose sues Beats over headphone patents

The front page of Bose lawsuit against Beats Headphone maker Bose has launched a patent-infringement lawsuit against rival Beats Electronics, which Apple recently agreed to acquire in a US$3 billion deal.In its complaint, Bose alleges that the "active ... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
First reported Jul 25 2014 - Updated Jul 26 2014 - 1 reports

SEC drops probe into Facebook's pre-IPO sales disclosures

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has dropped its investigation into disclosures about Facebook advertising sales before the company went public in 2012.Facebook said Thursday in an SEC filing that it was notified by the agency in May that the ... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
First reported Jul 25 2014 - Updated Jul 25 2014 - 1 reports

Apple faces privacy suit following Chinese TV report

An iPhone user has filed a lawsuit for invasion of privacy against Apple, about a week after a Chinese state broadcaster raised security concerns about the device's location-tracking functions.The U.S. class action lawsuit, filed by a woman named Chen ... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]

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"It may sound counter-intuitive, but by studying health, we might someday be better able to understand disease," said Conrad. "This research could give us clues about how the human body stays healthy or becomes sick, which could in turn unlock insights into how diseases could be better detected or treated."
The Supreme Court decided in Alice Corporation v. CLS Bank International that "[b]ecause the claims are drawn to a patent-ineligible abstract idea, they are not patent eligible under Sect. 101." The Supreme Court reiterated the test it developed earlier in the Mayo decision ( Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories Inc...
"My friends don't really use Renren very much anymore," he said. "Now and then I'll look at Renren, but it's never for anything really important."
Not everyone was enamored with the altered new tab page or its search box. "Australis was bad enough, now they've screwed up the New Tab page. If something works, why the hell can't they leave it alone?" griped someone identified as Scribe_uk in a message on a forum at MozillaZine, a third-party discussion board...

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Google's next frontier: What it means to be hea... [Published Computerworld Australia - 1 hour ago]
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Chinese users tire of older social networking s... [Published Computerworld Australia - 8 hours ago]
Workarounds to purge search bar from Firefox's ... [Published Computerworld Australia - 8 hours ago]
ABS develops Web service for users to create ow... [Published Computerworld Australia - 15 hours ago]
IDC commends Cloud architecture and Cisco servi... [Published Computerworld Australia - 15 hours ago]
Melbourne recruitment firm fined $11k for Offic... [Published Computerworld Australia - 18 hours ago]
Blow up your website and start over [Published Computerworld Australia - 19 hours ago]
Telstra unveils interoperable videoconferencing... [Published Computerworld Australia - 20 hours ago]
Bose sues Beats over headphone patents [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
SEC drops probe into Facebook's pre-IPO sales d... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
Apple faces privacy suit following Chinese TV r... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
Government pushes website blocks to fight piracy [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 25 2014]
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In brief: Govt adds more suppliers to data cent... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 24 2014]
Dropbox lures business users from consumer product [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 23 2014]
Dutch spy agencies can receive NSA data, court ... [Published Computerworld Australia - Jul 23 2014]
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