RealNetworks has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, alleging that the software giant has illegally used its power as a monopoly to control the digital media market.
Sales of digital still cameras in Australia have increased by a staggering 1940 per cent over the past three years, according to the results of a new quarterly retail index.
Following the commercial release of Personal Broadband's wholesale iBurst wireless broadband product this week, ISP OzEmail has revealed it is putting the finishing touches on its own iBurst service, with plans to launch a product in the new year.
Microsoft is toying with the idea of providing its Windows XP users on low-bandwidth Internet connections with a CD containing its latest security patches.
The Sober worm which caused a big headache for some firms at the end of October returned yesterday.
NEC has demonstrated for the first time a prototype optical disc drive that uses a single optical head to read DVDs and discs recorded in a blue-laser format that is awaiting final approval as the next-generation DVD standard.
True to its promise, Microsoft on Thursday delivered the first beta of Service Pack 2 for Windows XP.
It can sing, it can dance and now it can run. Sony has developed a new version of its "Qrio" humanoid robot that is capable of running -- a first for such a robot according to Sony, which demonstrated it in Tokyo on Thursday.
Microsoft and New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer teamed Thursday to announce a set of lawsuits aimed at bankrupting a spammer Spitzer characterized as the world's third most prolific sender of unsolicited commercial e-mail.
Microsoft will gradually phase out its Windows 2000 Server family, the company said Wednesday. Effective April 1, 2006, the products will no longer be available.
Plans to prevent another outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in Taiwan, including sharing information on the disease with other cities over the Internet, were put into action Wednesday as government health officials announced that a ...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology has invited Kiwi Richard Jowsey from Death2Spam to speak at its Spam Conference 2004 to be held in January. His topic: "Sweet Curves, Black Arts and Fuzzy Logic: Fine-Tuning Bayesian AS/AV Gateway Servers".
New Zealand's community grants have gone fully online, meaning those wanting funds from lottery earnings can register their organisation, select a grant scheme and fill in an application form entirely electronically.
In a first step toward giving individual users a voice in how the Internet is run, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved six community user groups in three regions.
Aiming to sell more of its business integration software into international markets and the small and medium-sized business segment, Microsoft said its forthcoming BizTalk Server 2004 will support more languages and more connections in the less expen...
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