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.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is warning of a new virus that's capable of wiping out hard drives and calling 911 emergency systems.
Some might think IBM's venerable mainframes and upstart Linux are about as compatible as Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Dotcom startups Adultshop, InvestorWeb, Kidznet and Wine Planet were ranked among Australia's top 500 companies when the ASX kicked off its new All Ordinaries Index yesterday.
US District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson may think Microsoft is guilty of breaching US federal antitrust laws, but the software giant believes it is misunderstood and misinterpreted.
Microsoft customers should not expect any immediate changes to the software giant's products, advises GartnerGroup research director Bruce McCabe.
Antitrust case ruling declares Microsoft used its monopoly power illegally, harming consumers.
US District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson could release his "findings of law" in the federal antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. sometime this week now that talks have broken down.
In what it described as a "major strategic initiative", IBM has launched locally a range of personal computing devices to form part of the technology giant's new NetVista brand. First mooted about a month ago, the range is now officially launched int...
Based on the enthusiastic response from corporate customers the last two months, IBM deepened its commitment to Linux on Friday with the announcement of a pilot project to work with selected users and developers to create applications that exploit it...
Whether you're planning a career as an international superspy or you just think someone's after you, E-Spyzone.com probably has a gadget for you.
Think of it as cyber-moonlighting. An influx of Web sites that pay end users to surf, search and send e-mails are enticing employees to use their speedy Internet connections at work to earn a little extra cash while on the job.
A study into internet shopping in Australia has revealed that the perceived cost savings expected from online retailing are unlikely to eventuate in most product areas.
Netscape fans can exhale; a beta release of Netscape 6 premieres on Tuesday at Internet World in Los Angeles.
Software giant Microsoft has squeezed more than $52,000 out of four Melbourne PC dealers in copyright damages for peddling counterfeit and unlicensed software.
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