Microsoft on Tuesday filed its rebuttal of the US government's most recent court filing in the ongoing antitrust trial, the last stage in the case before the two sides present their final oral arguments in front of US District Court Judge Thomas Penf...
A hackers' magazine has called for a worldwide protest outside movie theatres tomorrow against the Motion Picture Association of America's aggressive attempts to keep its members' DVDs (digital versatile disks) protected from unauthorised users.
ISP giant America Online (AOL) took a potentially damaging hit Monday as it was handed a class-action lawsuit demanding at least $US8 billion in damages apparently caused by its Internet software AOL 5.0.
Software giant Oracle has joined with Perth-based mining company Burdekin to form a startup to bring interactive TV to the local market.
A California district court last week reinstated a preliminary injunction against Microsoft in its long-standing legal battle with Sun Microsystems, limiting the way the software giant can use Sun's Java technology in its products.
Australia Post is investing more than $20 million in a new Internet billing service set to go live later this year. A six-month trial of Internet Billpay will begin in April in Melbourne to refine the service before its commercial launch, Shane Morri...
More than a month after Christmas, Australian retailers are yet to deliver up to one fifth of presents ordered online, according to a Boston Consulting Group (BCG) report.
Sony has formed a new subsidiary to market the company's consumer electronics products online. Called Sony Style.com Japan, the new company is Sony's biggest push yet into the e-commerce arena in Japan.
Experts say Sony's upcoming PlayStation 2, and the Emotion Engine processor that will run it, could provide a challenge to cheap PCs as the entry-level device of choice for home access to the Web.
A 1980s folk song said, "It's dangerous out there." But with hackers and crackers increasingly using sophisticated tools to probe PCs and plant Trojan horses over the Internet, it's become "dangerous in here" for PCs, especially those with full-time ...
The ASX's 20-minute delayed market information service has been suffering technical problems after the system failed to go live yesterday.
Software startup SpotOn will launch a free browser add-on today that aims to make surfing the Web faster and more efficient. In addition to the existing Back and Forward buttons, the program adds a new concept: a "Next" button.
In a major change to online business models, ANZ has taken a 25 per cent stake in Free Net, a no-charge ISP. ANZ will use the service to provide access to all its online banking customers.
A $15 million contract for a national DNA database - the next stage of the Federal Government's national police information system known as CrimTrac - should be awarded by mid-year.
Telstra is willing to make changes to its bid for OzEmail in order for the acquisition to get the all clear from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
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