Trying to cement its place as one of the top players in the digital SLR market, Sony has released two new models to accompany the recently launched A700. Sitting at the middle and entry-level positions, the A350 and A200 will flesh out Sony's line-up...
Up to 952 exchanges across regional Australia will be ADSL2+ enabled after Telstra broke the regulatory stalemate with the federal government.
Parents who are concerned about their children being exposed to sexual predators and harassment on the Internet need to stop thinking of social networking sites, such as MySpace.com and Facebook, as the biggest threats.
Think personal robots are still the stuff of sci-fi movies? Think again.
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"Explosion resistant" isn't a label most of us expect to see on a wireless LAN access point, but Aruba Networks' new rugged access points are aimed at industrial and outdoor applications where conditions are harsh, hazardous and even explosive.
Vegas 2 is expected to ship in the US this March on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC...all on the same day. Not bad, eh?
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Microsoft has said it would offer a stand-alone version of Outlook 2007 that includes contact management for tracking customer relationships.
Yahoo has not reached a decision about Microsoft's acquisition offer and is considering "a wide range of potential strategic alternatives," Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang said in an e-mail to employees this week.
A lack of a suitable record-keeping Web content management system has led one Queensland local government council to develop its own application which has since been released as an open source project.
Paying customers may not get their hands on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) for weeks, but pirates can download the brand-new code today, according to searches at several BitTorrent trackers.
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