Marking an important milestone for China's domestic chip industry, Beijing's Arca Technology Corp. is set to become the first Chinese company to provide microprocessors for a line of computers sold in markets around the world.
Hewlett-Packard Co.'s newest digicam does more than shoot the picture; it can evaluate your picture-taking performance and provides constructive tips for how you might improve on subsequent shots.
ISPs are calling for the ACCC to investigate Telstra’s latest cut-price ADSL broadband product offering, pointing out the $29.95 retail price tag is in fact higher than the cost of porting a customer on the telco’s wholesale network.
BigPond has met Optus's entry in the DSL market by introducing an entry level broadband product at just $29.95 per month.
Three Canberra musicians are making digital music by hand, using sensors strapped to their fingers to generate sound through a laptop network.
Media player company RealNetworks has consolidated its headstart on phones, with a deal to put its player on Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB handsets in Europe.
As part of its initiative to put Linux on the desktop, IBM wants to migrate Microsoft's Office suite to Linux. Microsoft said it was not involved and suggested that IBM might do it by emulation.
What do you do if Windows 2000 and XP can't boot? V Communications Inc. has a solution: Recovery Commander, now available as a US$40 download from the company's Web site.
Microsoft Corp. continued to investigate the leak of some of the closely-guarded code underlying its Windows 2000 and Windows NT products Friday as a partner company, Mainsoft Corp., responded to allegations that it was the source of the leak.
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.
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