Direct PC vendor and online giant will offer Instant AOL on sub-$500 devices for homes.
Latest browser offers speed and slick new tricks, but can it halt the Microsoft juggernaut?
Mobile phone manufacturers are leading a campaign of hype to boost the mobile phone data market, IT analyst Paul Budde, from Paul Budde Communications, said yesterday.
Online education must play a role in reducing the local and international IT skills shortage, Cisco Systems Australian and New Zealand managing director Terry Walsh said yesterday.
Sun Microsystems is reviewing its legal options following Monday's verdict in the U.S. government's antitrust case against the company's bitter software rival Microsoft.
Dotcom investors are gripping their stock charts for another frenetic ride today after local tech companies were hammered yesterday when the Nasdaq plummeted as much as 13 per cent on Tuesday night.
While not aiming to discourage residential customers from subscribing, Asia-Pacific internet service provider Asia Online is clearly focused on its commercial customers for its long-term future.
Starting tomorrow, America Online Inc. (AOL) moves into bandwidth overdrive, for the first time piping media-rich content to broadband users of its AOL 5.0 software.
Stocks on the Nasdaq exchange plunged for a second day yesterday following a US federal judge's ruling that Microsoft violated antitrust laws. However, the shares staged a comeback at the end of today's trading to recoup much of the earlier loss.
Silicon Graphics Inc (SGI) plans to develop an overlay to Linux that will enable the operating system to scale up to 64 Intel IA-64 processors in a multiprocessing environment.
Australian mobile telecommunications carriers are charging too much for too little, argues Professor Allan Fels, chairman of consumer watchdog ACCC.
The lack of formal regulations and policies governing ecommerce is limiting the success of the online economy, Commonwealth Bank managing director David Murray said yesterday.
Corel ports its complete desktop suite to the up-and-coming operating system.
Internet growth forces more countries to liberalize policies, EPIC survey finds.
Microsoft's planned appeal to today's ruling that it broke a 110-year-old antitrust law could see the handing down of penalties suspended for up to two years, an industry lawyer has predicted.
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