Investors continued to dump Solution 6 shares yesterday despite the company's announcement on Friday it would push ahead with plans for a $US150 million merger with US counterpart, Elite.
The radical suggestion that Microsoft may be forced to open the source code for Windows has propelled the local Linux market into debate.
Packer and Microsoft joint venture Ninemsn made losses of $22.1 million on revenues of $8.23 million for the financial year ended June 1999.
LibertyOne, Eisa and US-based IT company Von Neumann have formed a joint venture to build health portals across the Asia-Pacific region. Under the agreement, announced yesterday, Von Neumann will have a 40 per cent stake in the new company, to be kn...
Threatened by a possible industry shakeout, several travel reservation systems are scrambling to add a human touch to their online products.
The internet engineering community is stepping up efforts to develop a standard communications protocol for instant messaging, the pop-up style of online chatting that is popular with students and gaining ground in corporations as diverse as United A...
Intel executives may dismiss the notion of a "post-PC era," but in their six-hour briefing yesterday with New York financial analysts, their focus was sharply trained on ebusiness growth areas far beyond the PC market.
Web users are more susceptible to internet-based investment scams than those conducted face to face, proposes the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's director of communication, Michael Dunn.
Internet usage by Australians continues to grow, although the rate has slowed during the past year, according to Red Sheriff's Internet 2000 Report, released this week.
The US Department of Justice has announced its proposal to restructure the Microsoft empire, but local MD Paul Houghton believes the software giant will retain its solidarity.
Authorities trying to track down the creators of the "Love Bug" computer virus have widened their nets to include more than 40 people on their list of possible suspects, most of them students at Manila's Amable Mendoza Aguiluz Computer College.
Pocket PC may be Microsoft's attempt to take on Palm, but the wireless Palm's bigger challenge may be Web-enabled phones.
With its Athlon processor successfully challenging Intel at the higher end of the PC processor market, Advanced Micro Devices returns to its roots in the low-end chip market with its announcement yesterday of a new processor named Duron for value-pri...
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.
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