Telstra's Internet service provider BigPond has turned self-appointed content cop after accidentally steering millions of unwitting Australian teenagers to the tribute site of a gay porn star.
One of Australia's leading ISPs has stepped up its anti-spam stance by purchasing Symantec anti-spam software and providing it free to broadband and dial-up customers.
Primus has ended the "World Wide Wait" for broadband users, with a new 6Mbps ADSL service that blitzes the opposition.
Firefox 1.0 appears to have sparked new activity in the Web browser market.
Two Sydney-based charities have beaten more than 300 local and international entrants to win technology grants aimed at boosting youth computer literacy and life skills.
Nvidia and Intel have signed a multiyear cross-licensing agreement that entitles Nvidia to build chipsets for Intel's processors, the companies announced Friday.
Panasonic has started shipping to Australian customers a high-end DVD recorder that offers network connectivity -- but the product does come at a premium price.
A technology that could transform wireless communications got a boost on Friday when the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced its first approval of a software-defined radio.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) sharing would never have gathered momentum if the music industry had adopted models for distribution over the Internet, said Intel Chief Executive Officer Craig Barrett, addressing IT executives in India Friday.
A new version of the Sober e-mail worm started spreading in Europe on Friday, according to antivirus vendors, which have given the worm a midlevel threat rating.
Vodafone and Optus have agreed to roll out a combined third-generation (3G) cellular network across the country.
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Google on Thursday formally launched a new search service aimed at scientists and academic researchers.
Telstra has slashed more than 40,000 jobs since 1996 and privatisation will lead to more job cuts, according to the Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union (CEPU).
Online DVD offers are booming in the lead-up to Christmas, as Telstra turns up the heat by planning movie downloads for next year.
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