Nvidia will supply the graphics chip for the successor to the PlayStation 2 games console being developed by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI).
Kazaa users were never "monitored", Sharman Networks' technology boss claimed under questioning from Justice Murray Wilcox on Wednesday.
Amazon.com should consider providing more details about the outage that affected its Web site Monday for the sake of customer and investor confidence, some industry observers say.
Apple Computer has still not properly fixed the HFS+ filesystem named fork vulnerability discovered last week, according to the company that first noticed it, NetSec.
Dell is moving into Australian bedrooms with its introduction of an affordable LCD TV for under $1500.
IBM's decision to form a joint venture with China's Lenovo Group underscores the challenges that manufacturers face in the modern PC business, even for a company synonymous with the product.
China's Lenovo Group has signed a definitive agreement to acquire IBM's personal computing division. Lenovo will pay $US1.25 billion (AUD$1.6 billion) in cash for the business, which is expected to transform it into the world's number three PC maker...
Axalto this week offered up a smart card based on Microsoft's .Net technology, which could make it easier for corporations adopting .Net for Web services to develop card-based security.
Startup company db4objects this week is releasing its object database, db4o, under an open source format, with the product now available either under the GPL via open source or commercially as embeddable software.
Two software vendors this week unveiled packages designed to improve IT services management capabilities in corporations by giving officials greater insight into the relationships between parts of an IT system tied to a business process.
Oracle on Wednesday will introduce Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2, which is being characterized as a significant upgrade to the product with improvements in Java, Web services, and identity management and the addition of RFID backing.
Optus has announced plans to trial wireless broadband in Sydney in a bid to take on rivals such as Unwired Australia.
Seiko Epson is developing flexible display technologies that it expects will lead to the commercialisation of electronic paper before the end of the decade, and later TVs that can be peeled off walls.
Kazaa users were warned of potential copyright infringement issues before they used the system, a witness for the record companies conceded on Tuesday.
Australians are currently downloading 18 million Whereis online maps a month, tripling the download figures in less than a year and indicating a massive growth in the GIS (geospatial information services) market.
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