Consumer watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer (ACCC), is planning to closely scrutinise Telstra's plans to acquire ISP OzEmail.
The ASX closes up, with significant gains from local tech stocks.
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Online retailers learnt a valuable lesson in keeping consumers happy during this year's hot Christmas shopping period, which exceeded most expectations.
An audio search engine has been developed at Compaq's Gold Coast research facility.
Telstra has announced its intention to acquire Australian ISP OzEmail for more than $300 million.
Australia is still nine to 15 months behind the US in the technology race, but an IDC analyst says that could be a blessing in disguise.
MP3 music once meant pirated songs or artists you'd never heard of that you could only hear on a PC. Secure distribution technology and new portable players from name brands like Sony are making it easy to get your favorite music off the Web and play...
Corel has announced plans to integrate GraphOn connectivity software into its desktop version of the Linux operating system, thus enabling users to run Windows applications.
Microsoft has announced a partnership with book retailer Barnes & Noble that the companies said will greatly increase the use of electronic books.
Intel will enter the home-appliance market later this year when it plans to release a simplified computer that allows consumers to make telephone calls over the Internet.
Samsung Electronics says it has succeeded in developing the first 288M-bit Rambus DRAM (dynamic random access memory) chip.
The $US10 million bid for the year2000.com domain name turned out to be a hoax - as well as at least four other bids above $2 million.
Computer users who have armed themselves with antivirus software to combat the threat of an outbreak of turn-of-the-century viruses can take heart - for now at least. The outbreak, the subject of widespread warnings, has turned out to be as much of a...
You may soon be able to get paid for looking at online advertising if Hong Kong-based AdsHouse.com has anything to say about it. Usually, advertisers will pay a Web site a fee for the number of "eyeballs" it directs to the advertiser's site. AdsHouse...
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