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Bullant to take sting out of remote downloads

Negligible memory take-up and high-volume remotely-hosted application enablement will allow mobile internet users to access software from the internet as smoothly as from their PC, says Bullant executive Gary Aitchison.

Market correction 'bearly' raises a sweat

More than 300 people stood with clenched jaws at the Australian Stock Exchange this morning, but reactions were muted when the exchange opened and the market reacted to Nasdaq's Friday plunge.

Global Village needs to lay down the law

International law is lagging behind the leaps and bounds of technology development, argues Detective Sergeant Phil Kaufmann, who heads the NSW Police Service computer crime unit.

Privacy bill is 'riddled with holes'

The federal online privacy bill will do almost nothing to prevent spamming and the spreading of sensitive personal data without consent, various industry groups have complained.

Mansfield disses Aussie rules

Regulations controlling the Australian telecommunications industry are unnecessary and undermine shareholder investment, Telstra chairman Bob Mansfield said at the Australian Telecommunications Users Group conference yesterday.

SME pirates costing Australia $1.2bn

Small-to-medium businesses are most to blame for a software piracy epidemic costing this country $1.2 billion annually, argues piracy enforcement executive Jim Macnamara.

Yahoo money gets within cooee

Internet giant Yahoo has made its first investment outside the US, with a $6.25 million cash injection into local online employment site Seek Communications.

Mobile prices too high: ACCC

Australian mobile telecommunications carriers are charging too much for too little, argues Professor Allan Fels, chairman of consumer watchdog ACCC.

Antitrust law is 110 years old

Microsoft's planned appeal to today's ruling that it broke a 110-year-old antitrust law could see the handing down of penalties suspended for up to two years, an industry lawyer has predicted.

Which bank doesn't minimise trading fees?

It is cheaper for a Commonwealth Bank (CBA) customer to trade via Quicken.com.au's share trading service than with CBA subsidiary Commonwealth Securities, argues Quicken insider Timothy Moore.

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