You may wear a pager or a cell phone on your belt. And if you're a genuine gadget freak, you might even wear one of those oh-so-stylish Leatherman multi-purpose tools in its own holster. But are you ready to wear a computer, complete with a head-moun...
The addition of two new members to Compaq Australia's Deskpro and Professional Workstation families was announced yesterday.
It is cheaper for a Commonwealth Bank (CBA) customer to trade via Quicken.com.au's share trading service than with CBA subsidiary Commonwealth Securities, argues Quicken insider Timothy Moore.
ABC's hit show is now an addictive online game.
AOL will launch new browser, but Gecko engine may cover more ground.
A company with ten PC users can save almost $200,000 over a three-year period if it converts to ASP-sourced software, claims IT services company Unisys.
Three rival games makers this week teamed up to file a joint lawsuit against Yahoo, alleging that the Web portal company has knowingly aided the sale of illegal and counterfeit video games on its Internet auction site. The legal action is groundbreak...
The long-awaited deal between AAPT and America Online has finally come to fruition, with the two organisations announcing today a 50/50 joint venture to operate AOL Australia.
A settlement in the Microsoft antitrust case that doesn't break the company up has always been possible, but the toughest problem in crafting any settlement is preventing Microsoft from doing to other companies what it did to the former Netscape Comm...
Cable & Wireless Optus (CWO) kicked off its business-to-business ecommerce platforms today with the launch of its CWO Marketsite and Enterprise BuySite.
Intel's newest value chips hit 566 and 600 MHz; few major vendors are building with them yet.
According to a voice message at the U.S. District Court where Microsoft's antitrust trial has been conducted, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson will not be issuing his ruling in the case today as had been widely expected.
Local telcos outperformed the ASX All Ords by 11 per cent over the past six months; however, their results over the past year have been dismal in contrast to their US and Japanese counterparts, research by Deloitte has revealed.
A day after the Packer Group announced it would set up a $250 million business-to-business investment company, the group's patriarch, Kerry Packer, is believed to be setting up an Indian-based venture-capital fund.
After delays caused by product defects and ill-preparedness, billing agent e-Bill yesterday launched its "consolidated" internet bill procurement service.
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