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Despite rumours Netscape's Australian office was to close, the company has announced it will remain operational -- senior Netscape executives in the US believing Netscape Australia's future "extremely positive"
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With Netscape in America Online's back pocket and Sun along for the ride, a new beast has been born. What will it mean to you? "AOL everywhere" is one guess
Microsoft scores yet another settlement cheque -- Sydney stores of the Busiquip chain allegedly sold counterfeit Windows 95 software, a Microsoft lawsuit claimed
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Calling America Online's $US4.2 billion agreement to purchase Netscape Communications a "seismic change" in the competitive landscape, Microsoft has urged the US Government to drop its antitrust case
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
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...
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...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.