Coles Myer has launched e.colesmyer, its ecommerce entity, to consolidate all the company's online activities including retailing, business-to-business transactions, business development and other services such as the provision of fulfilment, databas...
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Network software giant teams with AOL to offer messaging for B2B users.
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Sydney-based youth lifestyle publisher Next Media has signed a deal with US-based online recruitment agency HotJobs.
Intel made a minority equity investment today in Lynx Real-Time Systems in an effort to support the development of an embedded Linux operating system to run on Intel's IX (Internet Exchange) architecture for networking and communications.
The judge in the Microsoft antitrust case is likely to delay issuing his conclusions of law, previously expected tomorrow, to allow the software maker and the U.S. government more time to reach a settlement, according to a number of media reports cir...
A Federal Court ruling means Telstra must provide channels on its pay TV cable to the Seven Network, eliminating Foxtel's exclusive rights to use the service.
DOJ doesn't bite on Microsoft proposal to crack open Windows source code and split off Internet Explorer, news reports say.
IBM said today it plans to integrate its PowerPC processor with other components to offer a series of "systems-on-a-chip" for television set-top boxes.
A Linux users' group in Washington, D.C., is planning a protest against parts of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which they say is being used to unfairly restrict the development of DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) software for the Linux operating ...
LEO Systems and its new Australian distributor Zylax Computer on Friday launched the BABYnet PC, based on AMD's "legacy free" design.
Software piracy is costing the Australian economy up to $1 billion a year, according to the Business Software Association of Australia (BSAA) chairman Jim Macnamara.
Local search giant LookSmart will be going for gold this September after it signed a deal to become the official search engine and directory provider to olympics.com.
Fighting to preserve its local dominance in the face of a merger between Air New Zealand, Singapore Air and Ansett, Qantas will spend $300 million on "state-of-the-art" in-flight entertainment and communications technology.
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