Online trading service Quick.Broker has expanded its service to offer straight-through processing via seamless integration with the Australian Stock Exchange's automated trading system.
Dell Computer has offered a tantalising look at a future product this week, unveiling "Webster" -- a black, hourglass-shaped PC designed to access the Internet.
The next version of Liquid Audio's digital music software system will include support for MP3, the company has announced in a preview.
The man arrested in connection with the Melissa virus has owned-up to creating the virus, which cause widespread damage to mail servers around the world.
Japanese vendor Sanyo Electric and record company Warner Music Japan have jumped on the Internet music bandwagon this week, announcing plans for a new player, and online content.
Sun Microsystems' long-running court battle against Microsoft and its alleged pollution of the Java programming language, has taken a turn for the worse for Sun.
Intel has denied that price cuts of up to 41 per cent on its desktop processors are in any way related to the release of AMD's Athlon.
Yahoo is targeting digital music fans with the launch of a new portal that offers video streaming and MP3 tracks for sale.
A Y2K-compliant PC in 60 seconds without additional hardware or software? If you think it sounds too good to be true, you're right. As the new millennium approaches, hoaxes and snake oil fixes are becoming more common.
Users of Excel 2000 could become vulnerable to malicious acts by opening an infected spreadsheet, Microsoft has warned.
More major industry players are set to join the MP3 player market by year-end, while Toshiba has announced it will sell processors for such devices.
Colour is the keyword in describing Casio's latest version of its palm-size PC, the Cassiopeia, which now sports "vivid colour and powerhouse multimedia capabilities", says the company.
A virus that destroys the flash BIOS of PCs, leaving users unable to boot properly or control cursor, is set to strike on December 25, antivirus software vendors have warned this week.
Microsoft has announced it will publish the protocol for its instant-messaging service software, putting pressure on AOL to do the same.
A telecommunications industry spokeswoman has warned users not to behave abnormally when it comes to using the phone after midnight December 31, in fear of network congestion being mistaken as a Y2K problem.
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