America Online (AOL) has been slapped with two more class-action lawsuits. The lawsuits allege that the latest version of AOL's Internet software makes changes to customers' PCs that make it hard, if not impossible, for them to connect to alternative...
Imaging vendor Epson has broadened its range of laser printer offerings for both entry level and workgroup printers, while also announcing a new flatbed scanner it claims is the first in Australia with FireWire connectivity.
Melbourne-based Chips & Bits has been appointed as distributor for 3dfx Interactive and Swann Communications. Under the two separate agreements, it will distribute 3dfx Interactive's full range of 3D video and multimedia products, and Swann Communica...
The expansion of Sanity.com's catalogue of digital downloads has been secured as part of a three-year deal made between Sanity.Com and the Festival Mushroom Group (FMG).
Cable & Wireless Optus has launched a new wireless service targeted at mobile sales teams. Called Optus Retriever, the service allows users to send and retrieve data remotely from the office via a wireless service, eliminating the use of laptops and ...
At least one antivirus software vendor Tuesday said the holiday viruses it warned about did not show up.
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Attack earlier this month lasted several hours but didn't interfere with day-to-day operations.
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Following the success of its popular turn-based World War II simulations, East Front and West Front, TalonSoft is releasing a third instalment that brings the action to the Pacific Theatre. In Rising Sun, players command American, British and Commonw...
MSN Mobile 2.0 could put MSN and Hotmail on your phone if carriers sign on.
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