Virgin Entertainment Group has announced it will team up with JamCast.com to launch a new digital-audio download service called Virgin JamCast.
Multimedia systems manufacturer Creative Technology has announced it will shortly offer its Sound Blaster audio products for laptop computers and handheld computing devices.
Telecom New Zealand has made a $1.5 billion bid for Australia's third-largest telecommunications provider, AAPT, the company said today.
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.
Australian company Free Net, today announced its free Internet service to be available from November 1.
Microsoft will release its own home video game console -- codenamed the "X-box" -- as early as next year, according to a report in the UK newspaper The Sunday Times.
The British government has released a report warning travellers about potential year 2000 problems in 48 countries, including the US.
Just when Hotmail users thought it was safe, another violation has been discovered in Microsoft's Web-based e-mail system.
3Com has announced plans to split the company in two, taking its Palm Computing subsidiary public.
Sony Computer Entertainment has outlined the specifications of its much-anticipated PlayStation2 (PS2), saying that it will position the speedy game machine as a platform to distribute digital content into the home via the Internet.
Canon is continuing to expand its digital camera range with the launch of the PowerShot A50 -- designed for the business and home market.
Microsoft's vision of corporations migrating to Windows 2000 will probably become very clouded once IT managers realise the costs of adopting the much-anticipated technology, a study by researchers at Gartner Group asserted last week.
International travellers venturing abroad to celebrate the millennium should be aware that Russia, China, Japan and Italy top a list of countries that the US State Department views as vulnerable to widespread failures because of the Year 2000 problem...
Each of the two sides in the Microsoft antitrust case filed blistering rebuttals to the other side's version of the facts in the latest round in the courtroom drama. Each accused the other of distorting the facts in this landmark case. The rebuttals ...
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