Microsoft on Wednesday declared that its next version of Windows will be outfitted to let corporations and users work with a new privacy standard now on display.
IBM will begin testing the waters to determine whether or not its customers will adopt an IBM ThinkPad powered by Transmeta's Crusoe processor, beginning with a demo of one of the laptops running Windows 2000 at the PC Expo in New York next week.
The cost of new computer games, educational or otherwise, can quickly empty a parent's wallet. But now, if you have a broadband connection, you can rent these games instead of buying them.
Antivirus software vendors are divided over the seriousness of the I Love You virus to Australia, thereby confusing the marketplace with mixed messages.
An activist group in Melbourne have been linked to a web-jacking on Nike.com
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission's proposed loosening of regulations on licensing requirements for online investment advice has generated a mixed response from Australia's investment community.
Data communications vendor NetComm is unlikely to make Linux-related products part of its main line of business, despite a $2 million share investment in US-based Linux software specialist Lineo.
Digital Island has partnered with Compaq, Intel and Microsoft to expand its streaming media network over the next two years by 8,000 servers.
After revelations late last week about an attempt to buy garbage from the Association for Competitive Technology (ACT), The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that several other lobbying groups claimed other security problems as well.
The Western Australian Police Service will use technology to slash the time taken to deliver analytical criminal reports to field officers, Sergeant Phil McLachlan said today.
Calling it the "One Source Alliance", Dell Computer on Tuesday made Red Hat's Linux the company's "third strategic operating system", joining Microsoft's Windows and Novell's NetWare, which the Texas-based computer maker already installs, according t...
Fast-moving worm isn't destructive, but is well-disguised.
A multi-application internet worm has hit Australian shores, although security specialists say this is no cause for alarm, classifying the joke-bug as a "medium risk" to business operations.
Intel launched five mobile processors this week, including two low-power chips that may help the company compete more effectively against upstart chip maker Transmeta.
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