Intel plans to stop stamping serial numbers in its processors, starting with its Willamette chip due out later this year, the company has said.
Intel executives yesterday said they were surprised by higher-than-expected consumer demand for PCs at the end of last year and added that they expect the demand to remain high for the rest of 2000 as well.
Proposed changes to Queensland's minimum age of sexual consent, "dating back to the early nineties", are limiting the state's participation in the formation of national internet laws.
Consumer watchdog the ACCC has recommended that Telstra slash the prices it charges competitors for the use of its network by up to 25 per cent.
Prolonged negotiations between Ecorp and Cable & Wireless Optus (CWO) about a possible $8 billion merger of Ninemsn and the carrier's broadband cable operation have ended without a winner.
An exclusive 12-month entertainment alliance between ChaosMusic Australia and News.com.au will come into effect from June.
Consumer groups petition FCC to block or restructure proposed merger.
Palm Communicator will integrate mobile phone functions with PDA, and all Palms will go wireless.
Customers of IBM's Netfinity servers will now be able to buy machines pre-loaded with the Linux operating system and will be able to choose from three flavors of the ever-popular open-source software.
To Jason Catlett, a lot of companies are using the World Wide Web in a way that could be compared to a long-distance telephone company devised by George Orwell.
Chip startup Transmeta this week announced it has added some powerful investors, with the closing of a round of financing valued at $US88 million. America Online (AOL), Compaq, Gateway 2000 and Sony are among the new corporate investors in the privat...
Justice Department attorneys update presidential staff on antitrust trial, now in remedy phase.
Microsoft chairman and chief technology architect Bill Gates ignored a plethora of unpleasant issues -- the Government's antitrust case, a potential breakup, and the company's worst financial day in more than a decade -- to tout the PC's future at Wi...
Internet powerhouse LookSmart is on track to beat its expected operating profitability by Q4, 2001, announcing today first quarter 2000 revenues of $21. 5 million, up from $6.6 million in Q1 1999.
Palm plans to focus its entire business on the wireless Internet, a move analysts view as necessary to meet the competitive challenge of next-generation smart cell phones.
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