Telstra blasted the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) on Friday after it ruled the telco must allow other service providers access to its high-speed copper network on commercial terms.
SmartDisk has announced production of two external, USB, large-capacity hard drives that will support up to 120GB of data.
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The impending update to Microsoft Corp.'s Windows XP operating system is expected to give end users more control over applications that launch by default on PCs as well as more advanced wireless connectivity.
Graphics chip and card maker ATI Technologies Inc. today announced the Mobility Radeon 9000, a new product aimed at the mobile graphics market.
A new version of the Netscape browser with a tweaked interface and an upgraded e-mail program was released Thursday by AOL Time Warner Inc. (AOLTW) subsidiary Netscape Communications Corp.
Code named Galileo, Borland Software Corp.'s latest suite of development tools is designed to stand up against Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Studio .NET, said Markham, Ont.-based Borland Canada President John Fisher last week.
IBM Corp.'s new ThinkPad X30 family of lightweight notebooks, announced Thursday, represents an overhaul of IBM's ultraportable notebook design, and boasts extended battery life for mobile workers.
Retail giant Harvey Norman has secured an exclusive deal to sell a new range of personal computers in Australia from US manufacturer eMachines.
New data on worldwide usage of Web browser software shows Netscape is once again being clobbered by rival browser Internet Explorer and now has an estimated market share of 3.4 percent, according to Internet researcher WebSideStory Inc.
Hardware maker Palm Inc. is the target of a class-action lawsuit filed last week by two customers after the company revealed that one of its handheld devices couldn't display as many colours as advertised.
You may be careful about the files your computer receives over the Internet, but what about the ones it sends out? McAfee.com Corp. announced Wednesday that the latest versions of its personal firewall products will work for outgoing applications as ...
The Recording Industry Association of America Inc.'s (RIAA) Web site apparently was hacked Wednesday, forcing the music industry backer into a most unnatural act -- providing free music for download.
Microsoft Corp. has opened key components of Windows by making 272 APIs (application programming interfaces) available for free at the Microsoft Developer Network Web site as the company takes steps to comply with the proposed antitrust settlement wi...
Traditional users of ISDN or DDS services and businesses looking for a reliable high-speed alternative will be the biggest winners from symmetrical broadband services, it is claimed.
Iomega has added a new 750MB capacity drive to its family of Zip products, tripling the capacity of its predecessor and in the process claiming faster speeds than current CD-RW devices.
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