In a closely watched case concerning a DVD-cracking tool that has been distributed over the Internet, a California appeals court has reversed a 4-year-old order banning the publication of the computer code that can be used to copy DVDs.
Monash University has installed a $2 million network measurement and billing system to manage students' Internet usage.
With so much emphasis placed on processors, memory chips often get overlooked as an integral component of system performance. DRAM (dynamic RAM) vendors will start the transition to a new memory architecture this year that will allow chips to run fas...
The renowned Hercules brand of graphic cards is about to become extinct following French-based PC outfit Guillemot Corporation’s decision to pull out of the saturated graphics card and LCD monitor markets.
Conventional wisdom claims March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. But with new versions of the Bagle e-mail worm and a virulent new form of Netsky virus, March's arrival is looking more wormy than leonine.
Microsoft Australia on Monday launched a developer-recognition program to link .NET user groups around the country and foster a stronger community.
NEC has agreed to sell its OLED (organic light emitting diode) business to Samsung SDI Co., it said last Friday.
Dell took the wraps off a new desktop replacement notebook last Friday, adding some multimedia features to the high end of its consumer notebook lineup.
Hitachi sees a bright picture for the future of its hard-disk drive business, a sizable portion of which was purchased just over a year ago from IBM, thanks to the increasing demands for physically small, high-capacity drives for use in consumer ele...
Email messages written by executives at vendors of dynamic RAMs (DRAMs) indicate that the companies conspired to set memory prices and production levels, according to court documents released in the decision dismissing the US Federal Trade Commissio...
Optus has entered the broadband pricewar, announcing it will slash the retail price of its OptusNet DSL and Cable plans by up to $30.
Communications Minister Daryl Williams has issued a tough final warning to Australian business to fall into line with the impending Spam Act or suffer the pecuniary consequences at the hands of the Australian Communications Authority (ACA).
Microsoft on Wednesday introduced Microsoft ASP .Net Resource Kit, which provides additional tools and resources for developers building Web applications. ASP .Net migration guides also were released.
Microsoft is pondering ways to add functionality to Windows XP after the release of Service Pack 2 later this year. The discussions, under the project name Windows XP Reloaded, could result in an interim release of Windows before Longhorn.
Telstra is to remain under the scrutiny of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and its wholesale ISP partners, despite the reductions to wholesale terms announced yesterday.
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