Andersen Consulting and Microsoft have entered a joint venture valued at $US1 billion to form a separate company to deliver software applications for electronic business, and will also create a Microsoft-dedicated unit within Andersen and embark on j...
Dell Computer may have to replace the defective memory in up to 400,000 of its laptop computers as the source of the defective components has now become known.
Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) has taken back PlayStation 2 game consoles from some users for testing, though it has stopped short of issuing a recall of the hot new product or its memory card, a Sony representative said yesterday.
ChaosMusic has assisted the formation of a Global Entertainment Retail Alliance (GERA) at the recent National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM) conference in Texas.
Ninemsn has announced it is to take equity in one of its ecommerce tenants, etailer ozbuy.com.
Ever seen a CD-ROM that looks like a pickle? A saw blade? The state of Texas? If you haven't, you probably will before long.
Personal finance software vendor Intuit was sued last Wednesday by a user of the company's Quicken.com Web site. The user, Joseph Rubin, contends his personal information was released to advertisers.
Australian authors will soon be able to publish works straight onto the internet without fear of copyright infringement, says Australian Society of Authors chair, Libby Gleeson.
Hackers have downloaded thousands of credit card numbers from ecommerce sites using Microsoft's internet software, but local execs say end users are just not using the gear properly.
Almost two years from the release of Microsoft's first Internet gaming console, the software giant has confirmed the product will be powered by a Pentium III processor, not AMD.
Local online travel shop travel.com.au has signed a deal with London-based Net company Last Minute Network to establish lastminute.com in Australia and New Zealand.
Loopholes in Federal laws mean hacker advocate group 2600 Australia will be able to broadcast DVD decryption codes and other sensitive information on national television within weeks.
Price erosion and over-technology have made profits vanish; manufacturers assess new markets.
Representatives from some 30 vendors have formed the Embedded Linux Consortium, known as ELC, to promote Linux-based embedded applications, the group announced today.
Reports that a hacker broke into MIT's computer system and changed students' grades have turned out to be far less sinister. The problem, university officials said, was the misuse of a mouse.
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