While the war in Iraq is unprecedented in supporting timely reports from the front lines, much of the online activity surrounding the conflict has a familiar tone. Besides the expected digital humor and free expression, pervasive scam artists are sei...
A new bug has been reported in Microsoft's Office 2000 software that can lead to some users being repeatedly prompted to register the program, a company representative confirmed last Friday.
The much-ballyhooed launch of Windows Server 2003 next week is overshadowing the simultaneous release of a new version of Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Studio .Net development environment.
Namco Ltd. has proposed merging with Sega to create Japan's largest video game maker, Namco said last Thursday.
Chinese motherboard vendor Legend QDI has dipped its toe into Australian waters, signing BCN Technology as its exclusive distributor for Australasia.
RealNetworks will add a few new instruments to its online music arrangement by acquiring Listen.com for about US$36 million, the company announced Monday.
More than 1,800 creditors of failed online retailer E-Store will not receive the goods they paid for, according to a notice sent by company liquidators.
Microsoft on Wednesday dropped the .Net moniker from its line of enterprise servers and will now call the group of 13 products the Windows Server System.
Aiming to help Internet users fight the rising levels of spam hitting their inbox, the Australian Internet Industry Association announced on Wednesday it is offering consumers a free one-month trial of a range of antispam software products.
Consumers wanting to change from one ISP to another could soon be able to do so with less fuss and at a lower cost, following Telstra Wholesale’s launch of a one-step customer churn process for DSL users.
Intel increased the top speed of its Mobile Pentium 4-M processor and added two new Mobile Celeron processors to its lineup Wednesday.
Handspring will work with Orange to design smart phone handsets specifically for Orange customers, the companies said Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled what it expects to be its most popular flash-memory based digital music player for 2003.
Cyberterrorism is a joke, organized crime syndicates grow their own hackers, and the greatest threat to e-commerce is a metaphorical "angry Bulgarian teenager," said security experts in a lively panel debate in the US.
Former Yahoo Chief Executive Officer Tim Koogle will be leaving the company's board to focus on other business opportunities, Yahoo said Tuesday.
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