Beleaguered airlines could save themselves serious money if they ditch paper tickets in favor of electronic ones, according to analysts at GartnerG2.
After a weekend of internal soul searching, it is official. Michael Dell is, always has been and will continue to be the CEO of Dell, at least for the foreseeable future.
In a last-ditch effort to keep the city of Munich from falling into the Linux camp, the German subsidiary of Microsoft has submitted changes to its initial bid and is asking city officials to consider the new offer that would keep computer systems on...
New statistics released by Internet audience analyst Nielsen/NetRatings Australia have shown broadband users are significantly heavier Internet users than their narrowband counterparts, returning to the same Web sites more often, downloading more dat...
Apple Computer did it with OS X. Then it was Intel with Itanium 2. Now it is Microsoft with Windows Server 2003. Maintaining backward compatibility, and with it the tons of legacy baggage, does not seem to be popular anymore.
Following hot on the heels of competitor Optus, Telstra has announced it has signed up its 100,000th cable broadband customer to the BigPond network.
An investment in a system that uses neural networking to detect potential fraud is paying off very quickly for Westpac Bank in New Zealand.
After weeks of lame denials Telstra has finally admitted it is planning job cuts in the thousands.
Two local PC assemblers are mixing it with the big boys, according to the latest figures released by market analysts at IDC.
Pioneer has granted mass merchant retailer Harvey Norman the exclusive right to sell its new P4 Dream mini-computer for a period of several months.
Video games naturally occupy center stage, but the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in the US has seen the debut of novel implementations of familiar PC technology.
A discussion of privacy on peer-to-peer networks raised varied questions and accusations of spying and carelessness, but brought few answers and no plans for legal action, at a recent US Congressional hearing.
A recent update to Trend Micro's eManager e-mail security product did more than block spam e-mail -- it took aim at the letter "p," blocking all e-mail messages containing the popular consonant.
The last few weeks have seen the age of "power phones" come a little bit closer. Last week, Nokia announced it would start producing more powerful CDMA chip sets in conjunction with Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics.
Project Mono, an effort to create an open source version of the Microsoft Corp. .Net Framework, expects to release version 1.0 of its software this year, probably in the fourth quarter.
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