Just as its Windows operating system brought the PC to millions of users, Microsoft is developing new software that will make multimedia content delivered over the Internet a part of our everyday lives, Bill Gates, Microsoft's chairman and CEO has sa...
Local software developer Technology One made a stunning debut on the ASX today, opening at $3 -- a 300 per cent increase on its $1 issue price.
Telstra.com, the company's new portal drops the Big Pond name and offers a bundle of online services including those for WAP.
As settlement talks progress, court papers filed yesterday by the US Department of Justice release details of the extent of antitrust charges against Microsoft.
Intel will begin making minor price reductions on its Pentium III family as December comes to a close, and will begin to move towards retirement all of its 0.25 micron chips with broader price cuts in January, industry sources have reported.
The Australian Stock Exchange is approaching December 31 with a "great deal of wariness" but is confident its systems will be "OK" come the New Year.
Australian corporate help desks will be overburdened and over budget if they are unprepared for an expected increase in e-mail viruses such as ExploreZip, according to a Gartner Group analyst.
With a name change and new features, the spotlight is on Microsoft's last-ditch effort to find a winning combination for Windows CE in the sub-PC marketplace.
Australian banks, credit unions and building societies have completed final Y2K testing and are ready to handle the date change, according to the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).
St George Bank has partnered with Internet car yard autobytel.com to provide finance services for the Australian site, which is expected to launch here early next year.
More floats are lining up to list on the ASX before Christmas than stretch the length of Oxford Street in Sydney's Mardi Gras.
A German ISP has launched an online music channel where users can listen to legal MP3 music files, and download them.
The US Department of Energy and Russia's atomic energy ministry have set up a video conference link that will provide a key part of the communications infrastructure between two countries' energy departments during the year 2000 rollover.
Four more companies including Microsoft and 3Com have joined the five founding companies of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group to form the Bluetooth Promoter Group.
The Margherita2000.com hits Italy next week, a digital washing machine that can additionally be used for e-mail and Web-based maintenance.
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