Online retailers and technology companies, including Microsoft Corp., eBay Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., are teaming up to fight online identity fraud.
A new report from Forrester Research claims the music industry lost nearly US$700 million in CD sales last year through the proliferation of online music download and subscriptions services.
The next version of Microsoft’s .Net development frameworks may well have some code written at New Zealand's University of Canterbury.
After a trial in Italy, Adobe Systems Inc. plans to announce at the end of this month that it will sell its "Creative Suite" collections of professional graphics software worldwide.
A new Sony Corp. hard-disk based video recorder will go on sale in Japan in November, capable of recording for two weeks nonstop, the company said Tuesday.
Hitachi Ltd. has developed an RFID (radio frequency identification) chip that requires no external antenna and makes possible the embedding of tracking and identification chips in bank notes, tickets and other paper products.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the US will build an Infiniband cluster using Apple Computer Inc.'s new dual-processor Power Mac computer with the 64-bit G5 processor, Virginia Tech said Tuesday.
The Victorian government will contribute $150,000 towards the establishment of a school to train the next generation of computer game developers.
Japanese consumer electronics maker Matsushita Electric Industrial, better known by its Panasonic brand name, has unveiled two new digital cameras at the Internationale Funk Ausstellung (IFA) exhibition in Berlin.
Having lost its attempt to have the liquidator of Buzzle removed, Apple is now locked in battle over who will pay the legal costs for the action.
The vote on a highly controversial proposed European Union (EU) law on software patents has once again been postponed.
The company responsible for operating the .au domain, .au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) has started a class action against Domain Names Australia (DNA) for allegedly misleading the recipients of a mass mail-out.
An ambitious initiative in South East Asia is set to challenge Microsoft's dominance. The Japanese, Chinese and South Korean governments are to back a scheme to build an operating system explicitly intended to dislodge Windows in Far Eastern markets,...
Prices are falling at Dell Australia. The company has started spring by cutting prices across a range of its enterprise and small-medium business products, looking to remain the price leader among hardware vendors.
Updated versions of the Mozilla and Opera Web browsers were released this week by the Mozilla.org open-source project and by Oslo-based Opera Software ASA, respectively, for users seeking alternatives to the industry-leading Microsoft Internet Explor...
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