The administrator of domain names, auDA, is reducing registration fees by 25 percent effective from August 1, 2004.
321 Studios, which sells software for copying DVDs, games and other content, may go out of business because of yet another lawsuit challenging the legality of one of its products.
Despite some online retailers struggling to gain traction on the Internet, one sweet spot that has emerged is a budding online travel industry.
The IT security of Australian Web-hosting providers has come under serious question, with more than 30 state and local government Web sites defaced in the last six months – including the homepages of two locally hosted foreign diplomatic missions and...
Atari, Electronic Arts, and Vivendi Universal Games have sued 321 Studios, the developer of a software utility that can be used to copy video games, for allegedly violating the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Entertainment Software ...
One day after an apparent attack on its systems slowed access to leading Web sites such as yahoo.com, google.com and microsoft.com, distributed computing company Akamai Technologies said that it was the victim of a sophisticated, large-scale attack a...
Perth-based ISP, iiNet, has announced it will roll-out its own DSL infrastructure nationally to provide residential subscribers with broadband services of up to 8Mbps. The ISP is the latest in a string of service providers attempting to escape Telstr...
E-mail spammers will be driven out of business within two years because society will not accept being held to ransom, according to Ravi Sharma, adjunct associate professor in the division of information studies at Singapore's Nanyang Technological Un...
The success of the Victorian .Net cluster, Victoria.Net, is prompting an expansion to other states, after the program to encourage .Net developers surpassed 100 members last week.
Telstra looks like it is flagrantly disregarding the Australian Communication Authority’s (ACA) spam guidelines by forcing an opt-out of corporate e-mail and marketing material on users of its new online DVD service.
To Yahoo, size matters, specifically as it relates to the storage capacity of its e-mail users' in-boxes.
A global attack on the DNS (domain name system) caused disruptions affecting customers of Internet hosting company Akamai Technologies, including search engine sites, said Jeff Young, an Akamai spokesman.
Microsoft released an updated test version of Windows XP Service Pack 2 late Monday and said it is on track to deliver the security-focused update in the third quarter.
Microsoft has filed lawsuits against eight alleged spammers under a new antispam law.
Arrests have been made in several countries stemming from the October 2003 theft of computer source code for a Half-Life 2, a much-anticipated sequel to the popular computer game Half-Life.
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