Claiming traditional retailers provide a poor environment for purchasing computers, Gateway has announced it will open its own chain of retail stores.
Australian application service providers (ASP) are well placed to expand into the international IT economy, according to an industry advocate.
A government study has found e-commerce will boost Australia's gross domestic product by almost three per cent by 2007, adding an extra year's income onto the nation's balance sheet.
Most new publicly listed online ventures in Australia have failed to produce profits over the past year, according to an industry report.
The Australian Taxation Office's new strategy to get businesses to file their tax returns online may be the precursor to establishing a method for taxing the Internet economy.
If Microsoft's courtroom fate was up to Sun Microsystems' Scott McNealy, the software behemoth would have to agree to four conditions or be broken up.
A new security technology adopted by one of Australia's major CD-ROM manufacturers is hoped to curb the illegal copying of software by consumers.
Australian domain name registry Melbourne IT will list on the Australian Stock Exchange in an attempt to raise $110 million.
Everex Systems has dropped its Windows CE-based product line, the second company this year to call it quits for Microsoft's handheld operating system.
Software company Inprise is planning to dabble in the emerging application service provider market, but will not rely on the sales model for its bread and butter, a company executive has said.
Ever thought banks would be fighting for your custom? A new online auction site that lets banks bid for customers, has launched, sans the support of two major banks.
Day two of Comdex and Linus Torvalds talks about his new company, Compaq reorganises for Internet devices and Dell looks to the application service provider market.
Microsoft Australia's new managing director has described the US Department of Justice's antitrust finding as a "blip on the radar screen".
Day one of Comdex and Internet devices are the talk of the show. Microsoft CEO Bill Gates unveiled a new category of desktop appliances designed to hook up directly to the company's MSN Internet service in the US.
PC makers are facing a shortage of Intel's latest Coppermine Pentium III chips, a company executive has confirmed.
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