Microsoft Australia and Telstra have joined forces to trial IP telephony via MSN Messenger and Windows Messenger.
Motorola Inc. on Tuesday reported its fifth consecutive quarterly loss and a 20 percent drop in sales for the first quarter of 2002 compared to a year earlier. However, the company once again pledged to return to profitability in the second half of t...
Intel Corp. reported first-quarter earnings Tuesday that matched analysts' predictions, but saw net income decline from a year earlier thanks in part to continued weak spending on IT products in both Europe and the U.S.
Nine Australian software designers and developers have received Consensus Software Awards. The awards, in their third year, were presented by Senator Kate Lundy, shadow minister for information technology in Sydney last night.
U.S. Robotics Corp. (USR) has boosted the speed of its latest range of wireless LAN products for small businesses to 22M bps (bits per second), while retaining compatibility with existing 2.4GHz systems built to the IEEE 802.11b standard, the Schaumb...
Blaming weakening demand for handheld devices, Handspring on Monday reported a larger loss than had been expected for its third quarter. The results come on the eve of Handspring releasing two new devices into the Australian market.
Hewlett-Packard has quietly launched an upgrade program for owners of its HP DVD Writer dvd100i, restoring its offer to let them move up to a drive that supports both its initial DVD+RW (rewritable) format discs and the cheaper DVD+R (recordable) med...
Gemplus SA's new Secure hUge Memory On-card (Sumo) technology will enable a new generation of applications to run on smart cards, according to Gilles Michel, Gemplus president of financial and security services.
The first thing I check on when ringing Remote Lounge's publicity coordinator is the bathrooms. There are no Webcams there, right? Nope, no cameras in the bathroom, he assures me.
Microsoft Corp.'s concept is intriguing, to say the least: create a common way of representing data so that consumers and businesses can use the Internet to access data wherever they may be, from whichever computer device they care to use.
Despite a strong Australian launch and solid first week of trading, sales of Microsoft's gaming console Xbox are plummeting, with latest figures putting rival PlayStation 2 (PS2) ahead by nearly four to one.
So you think you've got database scalability problems? Staff at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) are grappling with a database holding over 500T bytes of data, and growing at more than 500G bytes every day.
Intel has agreed to pay Intergraph US$300 million in return for a group of patents, cross-licensing agreements and a cap on damages in a second lawsuit that is still pending.
Writing for The Chicago Tribune, Alex L. Goldfayn said that Apple Computer Inc. is making progress wooing PC users to the platform, thanks to a combination of innovative products and an expanded high-profile retail presence. Goldfayn's analysis comes...
Two federal watchdogs have requested from Hewlett-Packard Co. information about its relationship with Deutsche Bank AG, an issue at the heart of the lawsuit brought by HP board member Walter Hewlett challenging the legitimacy of shareholder votes cas...
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