Microsoft will pay AOL Time Warner (AOLTW) US$750 million to settle a private antitrust suit filed on behalf of Netscape Communications by America Online in January 2002, the companies announced Thursday.
Notebook and laptop computers based on Intel's new mobile and wireless Centrino chip architecture can experience a "blue screen" crash in Windows XP when running widely distributed virtual private network (VPN) security software from Nortel Networks,...
Rapid growth in the mobile data market for corporates and government will drive revenue in 2003/04 as users take up new applications, Telstra's business sales managing director Murray Bergin said yesterday.
Microsoft is expanding its security business unit with a group that will establish new software development processes and create tools for its programmers so that future Microsoft products will have fewer security flaws, a Microsoft executive said.
Telstra has labelled as “ridiculous” Senator Kate Lundy’s comments that the telco’s dated infrastructure is preventing the uptake of ADSL in Australia.
St George Bank's Web site suffered a "brief "outage this morning, leaving thousands of customers unable to connect to the bank's homepage or its Internet bank.
The University of Queensland this week attracted around 100 people to a conference on a growing area of academic focus – post graduate studies in gaming culture.
Real Networks launched a new music service Wednesday for the US that offers downloads at US$0.79 a track.
Sony announced Wednesday that it will launch a new consumer electronics product that combines DVD and digital video recording facilities with the ability to play PlayStation 2 games.
An organization that produces benchmark tests for measuring the performance of graphics chips has updated its test after it found code in Nvidia's graphics chip drivers that detected certain tests and altered the chip's performance to inflate results...
Microsoft has pulled an update to security software from its Web site after some users who downloaded the code saw their Internet connections go down.
It's final. After several months of intensive research and debate, the Munich city government has decided to migrate its entire computer network to the open source Linux operating system, dropping Microsoft's Windows system in the process.
Oversupply and low-cost entrants to the market for wireless Internet chips are causing prices to plummet as volumes grow, according to a study released by market researcher TechKnowledge Strategies Tuesday.
The Turramurra store of computer resellers, Computer Express, was ram-raided in an early morning robbery on Wednesday. The thieves escaped with a small volume of computer goods.
Who would have thought one man's interest in a know-all scientist with a weekly segment on national radio would have led to the development of a neat new Linux radio tuner?
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