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China overtakes Australia in Web audience size: IDC

The number of Internet users in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) will reach 40 million by the end of this year, 55.7 percent more than the 25.7 million users at the beginning of 2000, according to figures released by market research firm Int...

Singapore Reveals Five-Year Plan For Net Dominance

Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) aims to make broadband access to the Internet pervasive by 2005, to give the city-state a competitive edge over other countries in the region. To this end, the authority will encourage development of m...

Telstra signs ASP deals with Lotus, Microsoft

Telstra will offer applications software from Lotus Developmentand Microsoft Corp. on a trial basis under an ASP (application service provider) model, and has also formed a strategic ASP alliance with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Telstra announced yesterd...

IDC sees explosion of free 'Net access in 2000

Internet stock corrections, the death of pure-play "dot.coms" and an explosion of free 'Net access services are the main predictions for 2000 made by IDC senior vice president Frank Gens. In the market research company's Fifth Annual Predictions repo...

Asia Pacific Net users go on shopping spree

Asia Pacific Internet users will spend over $US2.2 billion online this year, more than three times the $723 million they spent last year, according to a new forecast from market researcher IDC.

Creative brings Sound Blaster to laptops

Multimedia systems manufacturer Creative Technology has announced it will shortly offer its Sound Blaster audio products for laptop computers and handheld computing devices.

AAPT should stay independent, says analyst

Last week's $1.49 billion hostile takeover bid by Cable & Wireless Optus for AAPT would seriously damage competition in Australia's telecommunications market if it succeeds, a leading industry analyst claims.

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