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The stalling of the Olympic cauldron on its way to the top of the Olympic Stadium at Friday's Opening Ceremony was due to a small micro-switch problem.
The official Olympics web site, www.olympics.com, has become the most visited site by Australian internet users, pushing ninemsn off the number one spot.
Despite a big increase in internet traffic as a result of the Games, Telstra's communications backbone appears to be handling the demand.
In an effort to pre-empt the threat of malicious viruses during the Sydney Games, Australia's official antivirus services provider, Trend Micro, has doubled its emergency response team.
Outside of the main sporting events taking place at the Sydney Olympic Games, Australia's business community is going for gold, striving to leverage $1 billion in global investment opportunities.
The Sydney Olympics have provided a special boost to the fortunes of the rapidly growing Australian subsidiary of Network Appliance.
Internet measuring service Nielsen/NetRatings is predicting a surge in traffic to websites covering the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, but is staying quiet on the possibility of new world records.
Early this week, Telstra's $150 million upgraded mobile network passed its final test before the Olympic Games kick off tonight at Homebush Olympic Park.
Windows Millennium Edition (ME) hits the shelves today but retailers are not expecting a buying blitz as consumers get caught up in the Olympic frenzy.
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