Microsoft is working with hardware vendors on specifications for a universal docking station design that would let users swap notebooks from any PC manufacturer into any docking station.
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A security flaw within Java 2 has been identified and a patch is now available from Sun Microsystems, according to the company.
Both Intel and AMD have launched new processors this week. Intel has released a 333MHz mobile Celeron chip, whilst AMD debuted the 475MHz AMD K6-2 processor.
Tomorrow will see the launch of Australia's first licensed online gaming site. But without a national regulatory approach to online gaming, the site will only be open for business to Northern Territory and overseas residents.
AMD has warned for the third time it expects an earnings shortfall. The company has cited lower than expected shipments of its K6-2 processors and a drop in the average selling prices of AMD chips due to severe competition.
The next generation Walkman from Sony will be a tiny shadow of its cassette tape-based predecessors, utilising memory that could be mistaken for a purple stick of chewing gum, and providing users with a device for storing and playing back music downl...
Microsoft may care more about your privacy than you think. The software company in conjunction with the US Electronic Frontier Foundation has submitted a new standard to implement the Platform for Privacy Preference Project, also known as P3P.
Microsoft has changed its OS course, announcing it will release a new version of its consumer OS in 2000 -- still based on the Windows 9x code. The software giant has also admitted it has been struggling with Windows 2000.
Australians can now make donations to UNICEF online. The organisation's Web site now features a secure environment for online donations, which will fund relief efforts in the Kosovo refugee crisis.
High-speed Net access is the next big thing for Dell, says the computer company's founder Michael Dell. In fact, super fast Web access will drive PC sales and streamline the way Dell sells its systems, he believes.
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