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WEEKLY SIG MEETING UPDATE  22 - 27 November 2010

1st Floor
Sydney Mechanics'
School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney

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There will be some end of year 
nibbles and drinks to enjoy 
 at this week's Main Meeting

Hello and Welcome,
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John Lucke's presentation to the Communications SIG Meeting on 12 November is now on the Internet. You can view it if you click here.
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Now for Alex's message about the presenters at the Main Meeting on
Tuesday 23 November from 5:30pm to 8:30pm:
Make sure you come along to November's Main Meeting, where we not only have some festive nibbles for your soul, but informative nibbles of information
for your mind!
We have two presenters this month: HTC and Trend Micro.
HTC will be demonstrating its latest Android and Windows Phone 7 (WP7) smartphones, featuring a range of genuinely iPhone-beating qualities which bring Google's Android platform and Microsoft's WP7 fully up to scratch with the standard Apple has set for the world. They do it with smartphones at all price points - instead of following Apple's range of higher prices.
The second presenter is Trend Micro. Known for its Internet Security suites
and the new "Titanium Internet Security 2011", Trend will share with us how its products keep us safe from the ever sophisticated spyware and malicious malware that awaits!
Naturally, there'll be our raffle with prizes, and of course our festive nibbles, so come on to our next main meeting and have some fun!
and good computing,
John M

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