The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Monday set a schedule for Microsoft and the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to file motions in favour and against halting the ordered breakup of the company in its antitrust case.
In an effort to spur the development of Linux for handheld computers, Compaq Computer will make a version of the operating system for its recently released iPaq handheld computers available to software developers through the company's new Open Handhe...
The Waterways Authority of NSW has speedily countered a benign hacker attack on its website. After being notified of the attack on Monday afternoon, the authority immediately cleared the site of illegally posted text, and undertook to step up website...
The SME sector is gearing up for the biggest thing since Y2K - The GST. While the ATO has published a series of information web sites, software manufacturers are chipping in now that implementation is around the corner.
Microsoft is paying attention to what Macintosh users want. The company's upcoming Office 2001 Macintosh Edition will offer many features that Windows users may never get their hands on.
Excite@Home has launched a new search engine this week, geared to making search results more relevant and easier to navigate.
The lawyer whose arguments in the Microsoft antitrust case helped convince a judge that the company should be split in two has been called to perform an encore in another high-profile computer industry lawsuit.
Internet service provider America Online (AOL) has said it is unlikely any of its Australian subscribers were affected by a recent virus download.
Microsoft will fight a US federal district court order seeking to split it into two companies to curb monopolistic behaviour, and it expects to eventually prevail in the antitrust case soon entering its third year.
For the first time, according to the Media Metrix Audience Ratings Report for April, a non-US digital media property has achieved an audience "reach" of more than 70 per cent.
With two weeks to go before new tax laws come into effect, an interactive website has been launched to educate the public on the ins and outs of the GST and new tax system.
Eleven years after it launched a revolution in handheld gaming, Nintendo Co. Ltd. Friday will sell its 100 millionth Game Boy machine.
Students having difficulty with their French homework can breathe a small sigh of relief. AltaVista on Wednesday launched an updated version of its Babel Fish translation service
Intel is preparing to release a new software developer kit that could allow vendors to offer Linux-based Internet appliances and home networking products that are much easier to configure and use, the chip maker announced yesterday.
Looking to take advantage of the burgeoning demand for wireless computing technologies, IBM Corp. this week released a version of its MQSeries messaging middleware that supports wireless devices such as mobile phones and personal digital assistants.
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