Microsoft has released a near-final version of its software for building e-commerce sites and renamed the product Commerce Server 2007, from Commerce Server 2006.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has launched the SpamMatters reporting button, which enables spam to be reported to the authority with one click of a computer mouse.
Internode has increased its rollout of ADSL2+ broadband infrastructure with an additional 46 exchanges expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) and the Australian Voice over IP Association have agreed to merge.
Australian security firm Security-Assessment.com has discovered a flaw with the install of the Windows-based Skype client.
A media company claiming ownership of the term "Web 2.0" has relented in its attempt to prevent an Irish organization from using the term to promote a conference, following adverse reaction by a number of bloggers.
Civil rights group Amnesty International launched a campaign against Internet censorship on Sunday, accusing multinational companies of complicity in aiding countries such as China to hampering free access to online information.
Police in suburban Sydney arrested a man videotaping a premiere screening of "X-Men 3: The Last Stand," according to the Motion Picture Association (MPA).
Microsoft executives often use the word "super" to describe how excited they get about new products, but the company is opting for "ultimate" as the descriptor of choice for new editions of key software releases.
Microsoft will complete its entry into the desktop security market this week with the general release of its Windows Live OneCare antivirus software.
The offer seemed too good to be true. And for many who thought Microsoft was going to ship them free USB storage drives, it was.
.Net is getting boosts with diagnostic tools and a version of the Ruby programming language for Microsoft's application development platform.
Yahoo and eBay are doing the right thing with the partnership they announced last week, but the impression is that they are running scared.
The operators of a Web site that allowed MySpace.com users to track their visitors have been charged with trying to extort $US150,000 from the popular social networking site.
Online comparison site, Shopping.com, has launched in Australia with more than 200 local retailers jumping onboard the online shopping ship.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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