News Corp. recently discussed swapping its MySpace social-networking site in exchange for a large stake in Yahoo, according to published reports.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is seeking free-of-charge access to emergency call services for 'two-way' and 'dial-out only' Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
There has been a mixed response to the federal government's $1.9 billion broadband plan for Australia with one IP carrier claiming it raises more questions than answers.
Stoking the fires that have ignited political debate about the future of Australian broadband, opposition leader Kevin Rudd sent telecommunication vendors into a spin today by labelling wireless technology as "second rate".
T-Mobile says it is merely negotiating prices with Truphone, but its customers can't access certain numbers that its rival operates.
SonicWall has announced a new version of its e-mail security software that runs on Windows servers or the company's own appliances.
You have new ways to hear - or read - the messages that matter and skip those that don't.
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Google said Wednesday that it wants federal and state regulators to press Microsoft to make more changes to Windows Vista's desktop search and indexing tool.
A major spam outbreak hit the Internet Wednesday causing the stock it was pumping to jump significantly in trading volume, according to communications security company IronPort.
Microsoft and IBM executives Wednesday admitted feeling heat from Google now that the Web search giant is trying to make inroads into the enterprise market with its hosted suite of communication and collaboration tools.
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While Novell's partnership with Microsoft remains the subject of controversy, the NetWare-cum-Linux vendor is still pushing out Linux and open source products aimed at taking market share away from its patent-protection partner.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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