Intel has demonstrated working SRAM (static RAM) chips with transistors built using the company's 65 nanometer process technology, the company announced Monday.
Dell has brought some technical support work back to the US after corporate customers complained about the quality of service they were receiving from workers in other countries, according to Dell spokesman.
Western Australian telco, Datafast Telecommunications, is planning to add yet another ISP to its books, entering into a merger agreement with ISP KeyPoint Pty Ltd.
The increasing use of hard disk drives in consumer electronics products is beginning to play an important role in development and support of new drive technology. Smaller and quieter drives are being demanded and the consumer market may also help inc...
Microsoft has always targeted small and large companies alike with its range of operating system and desktop productivity software. Now the company has a new server product designed to better meet the requirements of small business.
Microsoft is investigating a potential security issue with Exchange Server 2003, which would be the first since the e-mail server was launched last month.
Federal Privacy Commissioner Malcom Crompton has attacked the tactics of the music antipiracy lobby, saying that those who ride roughshod over privacy in the hunt for pirates occupy the same moral ground as those they seek to have jailed.
Despite taking a beating in the press and from customers for security holes in its products, decision makers at Microsoft appear to think the company still has something to teach the world about computer security.
Owners of music and other copyrighted material are set to attempt legal action against internet service providers in Australia — and probably shortly in New Zealand — over their customers’ file-trading activities.
You've got to say something significant when you're giving a keynote speech at Comdex. Preferably something visionary (in keeping with your guru status), terrifying (white knight to the rescue) and catchy (media coverage).
In his keynote address at Comdex in Las Vegas Wednesday, PalmSource CEO David Nagel argued that many of the obstacles to ubiquitous wirelessly connected handheld devices have been resolved, paving the way for "a new era in computing."
One of the busiest booths at the Comdex trade show in Las Vegas features a new, lightweight, Tablet PC with a claimed battery life of nine hours. That's an unprecedented amount of unplugged time that, if true, blows away what's available today.
Intel plans to aggressively introduce 90 nanometer processors in 2004, and expects continued growth in shipments of wireless chips and high-end server processors as it looks to emerging markets for increased demand, executives told financial analysts...
Xbox has added some local colour to three of its Christmas game releases, giving players the option of racing cars around the streets of Sydney, playing tennis as Lleyton Hewitt, or skiing Mt Buller, all without leaving the comfort - and safety- of t...
LCD monitors are inching upwards in size. Several vendors at Comdex in Las Vegas this week added to their lines with new models in the 19-inch range and beyond.
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