Microsoft has issued a work-around to address an Internet Explorer vulnerability that one leading security organization described as probably "the most dangerous flaw found in Windows workstations" to date.
Increasingly strict employee internet use may be the key to success for Australia's first online share trading room, The Dealing Room, says CEO Paul Wright.
Broadband provider Chello is poised to announce a content partner for its yet to be launched online education channel.
Cable & Wireless Optus (CWO) has launched a mobile communications package designed to tap into the inbound travel boom expected around the Sydney Olympic Games to be held in September.
Domain name registrar Melbourne IT plans to expand its portfolio of domain name offerings early next year, but is reluctant to specify the domain name endings it will be seeking the rights for.
Sun Microsystems will launch a Digital Television Centre in North Sydney, allowing local companies to trial Sun's Java-based digital television technology suite.
Cash strapped online entertainment network K*Grind has been rescued from the brink of bankruptcy by Asian investors in a deal which will see huge cost rationalisations at the company.
The U.S. on Monday announced an update to its encryption export policy affecting companies that sell encryption software to users in the 15 European Union nations and in eight other countries that are U.S. allies.
A new company established by the founders of Napster is offering copyright approved digital downloads of books, movies and music. Are Napster's authors going legit?
At the end of the a four day meeting in Yokohama, Japan, the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) voted unanimously Sunday to create new top level domains for the Internet.
Oracle Corp. Monday announced the start of registration for its worldwide skills exchange, one of several new features for the U.S. database, applications and tools vendor's Oracle Technology Network (OTN) developer network. The first transaction on ...
UUNet Technologies plans to set new standards for ISP (internet service provider) reliability in Singapore by offering a broad range of guarantees on the performance, availability, management of its network to users in Singapore.
Global notebook demand is growing at a much faster rate than market researchers had predicted, according to chip giant Intel, which now expects as many as 30 million notebooks to ship in 2000.
The 64-bit Windows effort passed a key milestone on Wednesday when Microsoft released a pre-beta version of Windows 2000 64-bit Edition at its Professional Developers Conference here.
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