Microsoft is warning its customers to disregard and delete any e-mails that appear to come from "firstname.lastname@example.org" and contain a Y2K countdown calendar, as it actually contains a malicious Trojan horse program.
Bullying monopolist or struggling software company? That's the decision US judge Thomas Penfield Jackson is pondering following the closing arguments made this week in Microsoft's antitrust case.
Advanced Micro Devices has released a 450MHz version of its mobile K6-III processor, which it claims is the highest-performance chip of its kind on the market.
Finding your beige mouse a bit bland? Logitech has released a "Special Edition" version of its Cordless Wheel Mouse, which comes with snap-on colour.
A new Microsoft Word macro virus has been discovered over the weekend, Network Associates giving it a medium risk rating.
Computer users frustrated with fruitless searches for information to help them with software or hardware problems may find relief at a Web site launched today that includes resource directories for commonly used products.
A week away from the launch of Intel's new Rambus memory architecture, and its looking doubtful that PC vendors will take Rambus, or RDRAM, as its known, to be the de facto memory model in PCs.
A high-tech alliance of US companies including Microsoft, Dell, Lycos and Excite@Home, has formed to take on online auction giant eBay, the companies have announced.
In a move to furnish its business productivity products with more edge, Microsoft has announced it will acquire Visio in a deal worth $US1.3 billion in stock.
Multimedia systems manufacturer Creative Technology has announced it will shortly offer its Sound Blaster audio products for laptop computers and handheld computing devices.
Virgin Entertainment Group has announced it will team up with JamCast.com to launch a new digital-audio download service called Virgin JamCast.
Intel has rolled out yet another round of faster processors for low-cost mobile computers, releasing mobile Celeron processors running at 433MHz and 466MHz.
Future versions of Lotus Development's Notes and Domino software will include Microsoft's Windows Media Technologies, the company recently announced.
Telecom New Zealand has made a $1.5 billion bid for Australia's third-largest telecommunications provider, AAPT, the company said today.
Australian company Free Net, today announced its free Internet service to be available from November 1.
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