Ask Jeeves has made three significant enhancements to its search engine, as the company continues to take aim at its much larger competitors in the search space: Google, Microsoft, America Online and Yahoo.
Samsung Electronics has developed two high-capacity memory parts, one of which will lead to higher-capacity storage cards for a range of consumer electronics, and another which will help PCs better handle memory-intensive applications such as 3D grap...
PlayStation 3 will use the Blu-ray Disc format, while a new, slimmer PlayStation 2 will go on sale internationally at the end of October, Sony Computer Entertainment announced (SCEI) on Tuesday.
Computer code that takes advantage of a flaw in the way many Microsoft applications process JPEG images has been published on the Internet and could be a precursor to actual attacks on vulnerable PCs, experts said.
New Australian company PC Tools has added a spyware removal tool to its collection of programs designed to boost security and performance for Windows PCs.
With election fever hotting up, operatives for political parties are turning to anonymously e-mailing tips to journalists about the errant behaviour of politicians' Web sites.
First it was houses, with the do-it-yourself renovation boom, then gardens as we became amateur landscape architects. Now it seems Australians are increasingly opting to upgrade their own computers. Or even build them from scratch.
In a bid to stay ahead of the wireless wave, Tech Pacific has struck up a partnership with Vodafone Australia.
Microsoft has yet to release a feature-complete beta version of its upcoming Visual Studio 2005 development tools. But at last week's VSLive conference in Orlando, it announced a refresh of the existing beta release and disclosed more details about t...
Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer each received total compensation of US$901,667 in Microsoft's 2004 fiscal year, up 4.4 percent from US$863,447 one year ago.
Australia has become a destination of choice to launch Internet-based attacks, running closely behind the US, China and Canada.
Further pitting itself against Intel's Pentium-M offerings, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) on Monday expanded its lineup of mobile Athlon 64-bit processors.
Facing growing competition from open source software providers, Microsoft has decided to allow governments and international organizations access to source code for its Office 2003 productivity suite.
Perth-based ISP, iiNet, has entered into an agreement to acquire the Internet services arm of Melbourne-based IT retailer, Virtual Communities.
Via Technologies' next generation of desktop microprocessors, based on the Esther processor core, will be called C7, the company said Thursday.
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