Three Australian music retailers and an e-tailer yesterday launched paid music download services, offering almost 100,000 tracks from two major record labels.
Australian ISP TPG has followed in the footsteps of its larger rivals, announcing new "unlimited" broadband plans for a flat monthly fee.
Optus will give its cable broadband customers a hefty data bonus during January and February, in anticipation of new plans and pricing for its OptusNet cable and forthcoming ADSL services next year.
Atari claims sales of its new PC game Terminator 3: War of the Machines are back to normal after a hiccup which saw the game shipped without CD keys, meaning customers couldn’t install or play the game.
Toshiba has developed a technology that allows users of devices with liquid crystal displays (LCDs) to adjust the viewing angle so that its harder for people to view the screen from an angle, the company said Friday.
The Oslo Court of Appeals heard closing arguments Wednesday and Thursday in the trial of Jon Lech Johansen, also known as "DVD Jon." A verdict is expected on Dec. 22.
Texas Instruments (TI) plans to release samples of its latest OMAP chip, which will also be the company's first 90 nanometer chip, in the first quarter of 2004, it said Thursday.
A font that ships with the latest version of Microsoft's Office software inadvertently includes two swastikas, Microsoft said Friday.
Any expectations that Intel's next-generation Prescott processor will make an appearance in 2003 are fading fast as the year winds to a close. The chip had been expected to make its debut in the fourth quarter, but only a select number of PC manufact...
As the first-ever global Net summit ended Friday evening here in Geneva five years after the idea was hatched in Minneapolis, Minnesota, some are calling it a success, others are labeling it a failure while still others view it as a bit of both.
Atari has been forced to suspend shipments of one of its new PC games as the Christmas retail boom hits its stride. Terminator 3: War of the Machines was discovered to have shipped without CD keys, meaning customers can’t install or play the game.
Judges in Finland and Sweden have given Microsoft Corp. what it has twice been denied in the U.S.: preliminary injunctions barring Linux vendor Lindows.com Inc. from using the Lindows name.
Consumers wishing to buy Australian-made software and demonstrate that patriotic streak have a new online destination.
A newly-discovered vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser could be a powerful new tool for scammers, allowing them to convincingly mask the real origin of Web pages used to trick targets into revealing sensitive information.
Many North American businesses still have computers running on Windows 98, even though support for the operating system is set to end on Jan. 16, according to a study released Thursday.
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