Axalto this week offered up a smart card based on Microsoft's .Net technology, which could make it easier for corporations adopting .Net for Web services to develop card-based security.
Startup company db4objects this week is releasing its object database, db4o, under an open source format, with the product now available either under the GPL via open source or commercially as embeddable software.
Two software vendors this week unveiled packages designed to improve IT services management capabilities in corporations by giving officials greater insight into the relationships between parts of an IT system tied to a business process.
Oracle on Wednesday will introduce Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2, which is being characterized as a significant upgrade to the product with improvements in Java, Web services, and identity management and the addition of RFID backing.
Optus has announced plans to trial wireless broadband in Sydney in a bid to take on rivals such as Unwired Australia.
Seiko Epson is developing flexible display technologies that it expects will lead to the commercialisation of electronic paper before the end of the decade, and later TVs that can be peeled off walls.
Kazaa users were warned of potential copyright infringement issues before they used the system, a witness for the record companies conceded on Tuesday.
Australians are currently downloading 18 million Whereis online maps a month, tripling the download figures in less than a year and indicating a massive growth in the GIS (geospatial information services) market.
A group of Internet security and instant messaging (IM) providers have teamed up to detect and thwart the growing threat of IM and peer-to-peer (P-to-P) viruses and worms, they said Tuesday.
Weeks after the launch of its Firefox 1.0 Web browser, the Mozilla Foundation on Tuesday released version 1.0 of its Thunderbird e-mail client.
IBM executives looking for a buyer for their company's PC business most likely did not spend time in Round Rock, Texas. Speaking at a press conference at OpenWorld on Tuesday, Dell founder and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell said that his compan...
Intel's products for the digital home and digital office in 2005 will give consumers and IT managers more capabilities than just raw performance, and the company plans to highlight those products as it did with its Centrino mobile technology, Intel e...
China's Lenovo Group has confirmed - in an announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange - that it is in talks with a major international IT company regarding an acquisition. The other party was not named. The announcement comes amid reports that Leno...
Kazaa could be designed to block unauthorised file sharing and warn users of copyright infringement, according to a Melbourne professor who will take the witness stand in the Federal Court on Tuesday afternoon.
Toshiba Corp. plans to launch a television based on a new flat-panel display technology called SED (Surface-conduction Electron-emitter Display) in 2005, a company executive said Friday.
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