Anybody walking by the Linux pavilion at Comdex last week couldn't fail to notice a lot of smiling faces: the booths of Linux vendors such as Red Hat Software and Caldera Systems were swamped with attendees eager to get information about the open-sou...
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A new Internet triumvirate has been formed, AOL annoucing it will acquire Netscape, and that it has formed a strategic alliance with Sun Microsystems to develop Internet devices. All are now downplaying suggestions that their union represents a new b...
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Two new QuickCam models have been released in Australia, one catering for the professional market and the other primarily for video conferencing. Pricing starts at $199
AOL has confirmed it is in talks to buy Netscape, and according to press reports, Sun Microsystems may too be involved in the deal that could shift the balance of power in the online world. A Microsoft legal advisor meanwhile, says the pending deal t...
A Microsoft attorney sparred with the US Government's economics expert yesterday over the significance of a reported deal under which the world's largest online service, America Online, would purchase Microsoft's rival Internet browser maker, Netscap...
Retravision NSW has just launched a range of Intel-based PCs aimed at the budget-concious family market, prices starting at $1999 for a complete system
Extensible Markup Language (XML) in many ways augments Java; however, XML is also evolving into an object transport protocol that could undermine Java's claim as a does-all platform.
While continuing its relentless pursuit of performance, Intel has quietly been developing Transition Management, a technology program to help IT managers cope with constant changes in CPU technologies. Transition Management will stabilise PC design...
Microsoft will roll out a comprehensive series of products and services in the first quarter of 1999 designed to help companies perform year-2000 remediation on their IT infrastructures.
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