travel.com.au became the second Internet company to list on the Australian Stock Exchange, making a strong debut today at more than double the price of its initial offering.
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Online radio stations look set to be a regular feature of Web portals -- Yahoo this week announcing its own Internet music service.
US software company GFI has released a freeware version of its fax server software, FAXmaker. Available as a free download at the company's site, the version comes with a five-user licence.
A student has developed an antidote to help users who lost data to the CIH computer virus. Developed a day after the virus wreaked havoc on Asia, the antidote is now available freely on the Net.
Tired of waiting for Sun Microsystems to develop standardised real-time extensions for its popular Java programming language, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and others have formally organised to do the job.
An alliance of hardware vendors is set to unveil a series of new programs designed to make it easier for enterprises and consumers to evaluate whether their PCs and applications are year 2000-compliant.
Microsoft has confirmed the existence of a "complicated and less effective" security bug in Internet Explorer 5 that permits access to the passwords of shared machines.
The MP3 juggernaut picked up speed this week as three companies released free beta software designed to make it easier to obtain and play the huge variety of music content on the Net.
Microsoft has sent Windows 98 Second Edition to manufacturing and you should be able to buy it within a few weeks, as promised.
Kyocera Electronics, best known in Australia for its network and personal printer range, has entered the digital camera market with the launch of the Yashica Samurai 1300DG.
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I would recommend this device for families and small businesses who want one safe place to store all their important digital content and a way to easily share it with friends, family, business partners, or customers.
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