Concerns abound over a joint venture involving Kerry Packer's company PBL, which is nearing the completion of a massive data warehouse containing information on more than 15 million Australians.
Despite Sega's "amazement" with international Dreamcast sales, the Web-based gaming console has met with an "okay" response locally, according to a major retailer.
Senator Alston has unveiled a $78 million fund to provide small and medium-sized IT businesses with financial and non-financial assistance.
Talks will begin tomorrow between lawyers representing Microsoft, the US Department of Justice and the 19 US states pursuing the case.
Accounting software company MYOB is making international moves with the announcement today that it has acquired New Zealand company Professional Tools (NZ).
AMD has recaptured the lead in the megahertz race against arch-rival Intel, announcing this week a new 750MHz Athlon processor.
The much hyped Wireless Application Protocol, which will give mobile phones Internet access is facing major short-term limitations, an industry executive claims.
Another local technology IPO has opened, this time for consultancy firm ICSGlobal, which hopes to raise $6 million through the ASX listing.
The IPO for software company Technology One has closed early and will launch on the Australian Stock Exchange next week, following considerable investor interest.
Community Aid Abroad's operation in East Timor is being backed by a Linux set-up, while the organisation has also chosen to deploy the open source OS in its offices around Australia.
A local movie distributor is warning Australian Web sites against posting Amazon.com advertisements for the sale of The Blair Witch Project -- a movie that has not yet screened in this country.
Tim Berners-Lee, the founder of the Web, and now director of the World Wide Web Consortium speaks to PC World.
Sun Microsystems's foot-dragging on the standardisation of Java will come to a head December 16, when a general assembly of the European Computer Manufacturer's Association meets to discuss Sun's concerns over intellectual property rights, a sticking...
New legislation passed by the Senate marks electronic communication between Commonwealth departments and agencies and Australians as legally binding, although transactions involving businesses are not recognised under the law.
Netscape is being secretive about its latest version of Communicator, but sneak peaks at the browser reveal a sleeker, leaner and speedier browser.
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