Net2Phone wants to remove the geek barrier from PC-to-telephone calls over the internet.
Another high-profile Linux company is facing tough measures to adjust a business model based on selling a product that is free. San Francisco-based TurboLinux Inc. cut programs and laid off staff on Wednesday.
Some IT managers hope the Transmeta Crusoe chip will deliver longer battery life and increased competition to processor giant Intel.
Behind the scenes, much of the internet is run on open-source platforms, including the Linux operating system. But bringing Linux over the divide to in-house corporate use still remains the largest problem Linux companies face, according to Larry Aug...
Microsoft and the US Department of Justice (DOJ) are getting another chance to spar over the goverment's proposal to break up the company.
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Two of the telecommunications industry's executive forces, MCI WorldCom chief technology officer Fred Briggs and Nokia president Pekka Ala-Pietila, spelled out their visions of the internet's future at CTO Forum this month.
Imagine a time when your Palm not only helps you book flights but also puts your itinerary in your calendar and alerts you to delays. And when you land, it offers local information and dining recommendations.
Unix users of Network Associates's Gauntlet firewall software are being advised to install a patch to protect their networks from possible attacks.
Microsoft issued its final response today to the US government's proposal to split the software titan into two separate companies, paving the way for District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson to issue a final ruling in the case, possibly as early ...
The final stake was driven through the heart of Eisa's troubled bid to acquire OzEmail, with UUNet today announcing its decision to withdraw from the deal.
CommSecure Australia and internet insurance company SafeTrade are hoping to alleviate consumer fears around online transactions in a partnership announced yesterday.
Melbourne-headquartered PC marketer Virtual Communities is extending its offer of discounted PC packages to the general public.
From midnight tonight, you can shop online and feel virtuous at the same time, and it won't cost you a cent extra. That's the message from free2give.com.au, which was launched today in Sydney.
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