Microsoft has ended support for Visual Basic 6 with customers labelling it an end-of-life technology.
A phishing scam emulating the Windows Update Service hit Australia yesterday, designed to not only emulate the update page perfectly, but circumvent current antivirus, spyware and adware programs.
Intel plans to ship a new family of embedded NOR-type flash memory chips with capacities as high as 1G bits to meet growing demand for the technology in consumer electronics products.
Antivirus company F-Secure is warning mobile phone users about a new malicious software program that infects phones that use the Symbian Series 60 operating system, preventing the phones from starting.
Google on Thursday began delivering factual answers for some queries at the top of its results page, to save users from having to navigate over to other sites and look for the information.
Microsoft, in a joint effort with Canadian law enforcement agencies, has developed a system to help track down people who prey on children online, the company said Thursday.
Yahoo's search engine division will supply hardware and other resources to the Wikimedia Foundation to support that nonprofit organization's free Wikipedia online encyclopedia.
Dell plans to build on its relatively new businesses in IT services and printing in order to increase its yearly revenue to $US80 billion over the next few years.
Primus took its first step today towards being its own independent service provider, capable of reaching half of Australia. The move has fuelled Telstra's arguments against Optus, which claims it needs regulatory assistance to compete against the nat...
A Perth-based 'spam house' was raided on Thursday by the Australian Communications Authority as part of an investigation under Federal anti-spam legislation.
Mobile computer users will be able to take advantage of the growing number of wireless 'hotspots', even without wireless capability, under a new plan by Optus.
Google on Wednesday announced new licensing terms for its search appliances that lowers the price point and ups the document capacity for both the Google Mini and the Google Search Appliance.
VeriSign, the company that operates the .com and .net domain names, plans to add more regional resolution servers to its existing constellation to keep up with growing Internet traffic, it said Wednesday.
NEC has developed a wireless system that can transmit uncompressed high-definition (HD) video signals and could eliminate the need for cables when connecting HD-capable products, the company said. Systems based on the technology could be available in...
Optus is the true champion of broadband in Australia -- not Telstra, which found narrowband to be a "nice earner", says Optus chief executive officer Paul O'Sullivan.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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