Hewlett-Packard (HP) on Tuesday announced an HP NetServer 32-way server that will ship with the Microsoft's Windows 2000 Datacenter operating system.
IBM and Microsoft have developed a language standard for the new UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery and Integration) business directory, which is designed to fuel business-to-business commerce.
Red Hat's Chairman Robert Young said Tuesday that he is unconcerned by Microsoft's domination of the proprietary PC operating systems market. Red Hat plans to sell and service the Linux open source OS to the rest of the world, Young said.
Users of portable electronic devices such as digital still cameras and MP3 players will soon be able to store and carry more information with them as the next generation of SmartMedia cards hits the market.
The Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG) has failed to comply with a ruling to make the official Games website (olympics.com) fully accessible to visually impaired people.
The US Supreme Court Tuesday decided not to hear the Microsoft antitrust case until the breakup order against the company is first reviewed by the US Court of Appeals, rejecting the government's argument that the case deserved an expedited review by ...
Channel 7's online division, i7 is unsure what it will do with its domain name, olympics.com.au when the Olympics madness has passed.
Design software company Autodesk has staked its claim over the technology used to design the Olympic Village at Newington, Sydney.
Advanced Micro Devices announced on Monday the launch of a global motherboard certification program designed to assure system integrators and users that certified boards are fully compatible with its Athlon and Duron PC processors.
Palm and Motorola announced on Monday a plan to develop a phone that puts the heart of a Palm personal digital assistant inside a standard-size mobile phone. A truly conveninent convergence for travellers who could do with carrying one less device.
Meeting for the first time in several months, the US Supreme Court could decide this week whether or not it will hear the appeal of the guilty verdict leveled against Microsoft in the landmark antitrust case.
The electronic-book industry must be diligent and energetic in its efforts to avoid the copyright problems the music industry has experienced due to the widespread use of file-sharing technologies, a Microsoft executive said Monday at an e-book confe...
With the emergence last week of the first virus aimed at Palm computers, antivirus software vendors are scrambling to develop products that protect against malicious code aimed at PDAs (personal digital assistants), mobile phones and other wireless d...
While major music labels agree that the sale of music via the Web still faces hurdles, they vow that experience and market presence will help ensure that traditional music powers succeed in the digital age.
Microsoft Monday unwrapped a handful of initiatives designed to promote the use of its operating systems in embedded devices such as Web-enabled mobile phones, handheld computers and industrial equipment.
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