The number of Australian broadband subscribers has jumped 41 percent but is still below the OECD average.
Wireless broadband supplier Unwired Australia has finally expanded its service to mobile users, with a limited trial of a new Wireless Card for notebook computers. Previously, the service was available only via a desktop modem.
Worldwide shipments of Sony Computer Entertainment's PlayStation Portable (PSP) reached 10 million on Friday, the company said the same day.
Microsoft quickly backed off on a proposal to portable music player manufacturers that if they chose to include Windows Media Player in software packages, only that program could be included, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reported Thursday in ...
Startup Flock has released a Firefox-based browser meant to enhance the user experience by incorporating some of the Web's most social features, such as file sharing, RSS (really simple syndication) feeds and Web logging, according to the company's c...
You want an iPod? It's over there: just beneath the NyQuil and next to the Gatorade. Apple Computer's hot digital music players may be better associated with the company's hip Apple Stores, but over the past few months, they've also started to pop up...
Researchers at the University of New South Wales are developing an intelligent wireless protocol for public transport networks, which will give passengers cheaper online access and lower power consumption.
Multimedia producers and artists will have the power to fully customise their own tailored GNU/Linux environment on a bootable CD with the release of Dyne:bolicII by the end of the year.
You don't have to sit at home on your PC to blog. Now you can do it instantly via your mobile phone.
Dell chairman, Michael Dell, has told Gartner's Symposium and ITXpo that he believes Intel's dual-core chips will take over the performance lead from AMD in 2006.
The OpenOffice.org Project on Thursday released OpenOffice.org 2.0, adding new features that the group claim will resonate with users from business and governments right down to the home desktop. The product will be simultaneously released for a rang...
Gartner analysts believe that most IT managers focus on technologies likely to affect their enterprises within 18 months or so -- not three years or a decade out. But that doesn't mean they're not interested in a future that, as seen by Gartner, incl...
Authorities in Shanghai are investigating the attempted sale of babies on eBay's auction site in China, the official China Daily newspaper reported Thursday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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