One of Australia's leading Microsoft trainers will drop .Net from its title following a name clash with a Monash University company.
Adelaide's Ratbag Games has taken out an industry gong for its World of Outlaws Sprint Cars 2002 title.
The Australian PC market ended the year on a strong note with an overall growth of 16.1 percent compared with 2002. Meanwhile quarter on quarter comparison (the fourth quarter compared with the third quarter of 2003) showed growth was up by 3 percent...
Sony and Toshiba have agreed to expand their cooperation in the semiconductor field and develop technology for chips two generations past today's most advanced devices.
Sophos PLC's anti-virus software can be bypassed by a virus-laden e-mail if it doesn't contain any MIME boundary definitions, the company has admitted.
Despite requests from its competitors to charge a fee for its ZoneAlarm firewall, Zone Labs says keeping the product’s zero price tag is the best thing the company has done.
Taiwanese chip vendor Via Technologies Inc. Tuesday announced the availability of 800MHz and 1GHz versions of its Eden ESP processor.
A new Web-based game that lets players pretend to catch Osama bin Laden is annoying America Online Inc.'s (AOL's) Instant Messenger users with its virus-like self promotion, according to reports from users.
Microsoft Corp.'s disclosure Tuesday of a sweeping new software vulnerability was met with annoyance but little surprise by users who woke up to yet another day of patching Wednesday.
After several legal setbacks in Europe, Linux vendor Lindows.com Inc. can now claim a victory in its U.S. battle with Microsoft Corp. over the Lindows name, which Microsoft says is too close to Windows.
Executives in the recording industry weren't the only ones cheering last Friday's raid on the headquarters of Sharman Networks Ltd., which makes and distributes Kazaa peer-to-peer software. At least one chief executive officer of a peer-to-peer (P-to...
The domain name for the pornographic Web site WhiteHouse.com, which is often confused with the government site whitehouse.gov, is now up for sale.
Motorola's Personal Communications Sector (PCS) division has signed a licensing agreement with Opera Software ASA to use the Oslo company's browser on its phones.
Fourteen Japanese consumer electronics and telecommunication companies plan to work together to hammer out networking specifications for consumer electronics devices that can access the Internet.
Blast Radius, an IT services company focusing mainly on large-scale Web applications, on Monday announced its purchase of the XMetal division of Corel.
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