IT workers considering introductory .Net training this year will be spoiled for choice, but those looking for advanced courses may have to look harder, according to national training providers.
Sharp has begun production of LCD (liquid crystal display) panels on a new manufacturing line in Japan that it says is the most advanced commercial line in the world.
The latest annual survey of broadband subscribers conducted by Whirlpool has shown that the vast majority of Telstra subscribers are less satisfied with their connectivity than customers of smaller ISPs.
A new mass mailing worm which is already being billed as 2004's version of SoBig has started spreading across the Internet.
Personal Broadband Australia (PBBA) has secured a further $12 million in investment funding from an Australian shareholder to expand its Sydney-based commercial wireless broadband service along the east coast.
Telstra has announced that some 400,000 households and businesses may be able to gain access to ADSL services by the end of March, but not through the enabling of new exchanges.
Leading researchers into spam e-mail, along with some of its victims, gathered on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) last Friday for the second annual MIT Spam Conference.
Questions are being raised about how well Microsoft's own tools for scanning and patching are working to apply its most recent patch, MS04-003, to correct security vulnerabilities associated with what's called the Microsoft Data Access Component.
Dell has taken steps to ensure it can fulfil customer demand for LCD monitors and the promises it makes in its prominent marketing campaigns.
Telstra on Thursday became the first ISP in Australia to offer paid music downloads after launching a service that has more record label support than its competitors.
Anti-virus company, Symantec, is reeling from a series of mishaps this week that may have cost it customers.
Hewlett-Packard regained the lead in worldwide PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2003, but Dell held onto its lead for the full year, as the PC industry recorded one of its better years in recent memory, according to preliminary figures released ...
While Microsoft CEO, Bill Gates, was talking up the new multimedia software hub, Windows Media Centre 2004, at the Computer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month, the company has backpedalled on its launch schedule for Australia.
Intel announced its first 802.11g wireless chip Thursday for notebooks bearing the Centrino banner, the company said in a release.
Notebook buyers will have to wait until the second quarter for Dothan, the 90 nanometer version of Intel's Pentium M chip, Intel said Wednesday during its fourth-quarter earnings conference call.
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