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  • Sun says revenue dropped 10.2 per cent in Q3

    By Todd R. Weiss | 22 April, 2003 07:53

    Sun Microsystems has reported a 10.2 per cent drop in third-quarter revenue compared with the same period one year ago. However, the company posted net income of $US4 million for the period, an improvement over a $37 million loss for the same period in 2002.

  • AIIA throws weight behind antispam cause

    By Nadia Cameron | 22 April, 2003 07:53

    Aiming to help Internet users fight the rising levels of spam hitting their inboxes, the Australian Internet Industry Association has announced it is offering consumers a free one-month trial of a range of antispam software products.

  • Enter the Chinese Legend

    By Sarah Stokely | 22 April, 2003 07:52

    Chinese motherboard vendor Legend QDI has dipped its toe into Australian waters, signing BCN Technology as its exclusive distributor for Australasia.

  • Intel redefines desktop and mobile computing

    There's never been a better time for a business to refresh its devices. Intel offers a range of business solutions, from Servers to SSD, but also 2 in 1 products and also the NUC unit which is set to revolutionise your desktop. Click here to read more information on these products.. Read more

  • Distributor finds calling with VoIP

    By Rodney Gedda | 22 April, 2003 07:52

    National automotive parts distributor Ingram has practically eliminated missed calls to its branch offices by rolling out a voice-over-IP (VoIP) network.

  • Ripped off: Over 1800 customers out of pocket after E-Store collapse

    By Steven Deare | 17 April, 2003 16:40

    More than 1,800 creditors of failed online retailer E-Store will not receive the goods they paid for, according to a notice sent by company liquidators.

  • Sony says DSC-P1 has possible power fault

    By Martyn Williams | 17 April, 2003 12:00

    Sony has begun offering free check-ups and repairs, where applicable, to owners of its DSC-P1 digital still camera after the company received a number of complaints regarding the battery life of the camera.

  • Lexmark beefs up channel marketing staff

    By Sarah Stokely | 17 April, 2003 12:00

    Lexmark has beefed up the responsibilities of its enterprise, corporate and government (ECG) marketing boss, Tim Champion, who now also heads up ECG business partner management and development across Australia and New Zealand.

  • Microsoft rebrands server software portfolio

    By Stacy Cowley | 17 April, 2003 12:00

    One week before its long-awaited launch of Windows Server 2003, Microsoft said it is rolling out a new umbrella brand for its array of server software.

  • Intel bumps up Mobile Pentium 4-M clock speed

    By Tom Krazit | 17 April, 2003 12:00

    Intel has increased the top speed of its Mobile Pentium 4-M processor and added two new Mobile Celeron processors to its lineup.

  • War on spam short on funds

    By Julian Bajkowski | 17 April, 2003 12:00

    New laws to ban spamming within Australia could fall on deaf ears.

  • MS ANTITRUST - Microsoft settles Florida class suits

    By James Niccolai | 17 April, 2003 07:45

    Microsoft will pay up to $US202 million to settle class action suits in Florida that accused it of violating the state's antitrust and unfair competition laws, the company said on Tuesday.

  • Quantum, StorageTek trade legal salvos

    By Agam Shah | 17 April, 2003 07:43

    Storage vendors Quantum and Storage Technology (StorageTek) exchanged patent infringement lawsuits on Tuesday, accusing each other of manufacturing tape drive products that infringe on the other's patented technologies.

  • Vendors upgrade instant messaging offerings

    By Todd R. Weiss | 17 April, 2003 07:41

    Several new enterprise instant messaging (IM) products are debuting this week, promising business-critical features, including higher security, built-in antivirus protection and improved spam control.

  • Intel Q1 earnings, revenue slightly down

    By Tom Krazit | 17 April, 2003 07:40

    Intel's first quarter 2003 earnings were slightly down compared to the same period last year, as higher demand for its processors was offset by lower demand for its flash memory products, Intel said in a release on Tuesday. The company did manage to exceed Wall Street's expectations for the quarter.

  • Telecorp and FlowCom cut Green in half

    By Sarah Stokely | 17 April, 2003 07:37

    Sydney-based telecommunications specialists Telecorp and FlowCom have snapped up the remains of beleaguered ISP Green Communications, which went into voluntary administration in February.

  • Dell offers first sub-$1000 PC

    By Howard Dahdah | 16 April, 2003 15:26

    Dell on Wednesday announced its first sub-$1000 PC, available immediately.

  • Digital Persona scoops Novell award

    By Brian Corrigan | 16 April, 2003 15:23

    Victorian systems integrator Digital Persona has been recognised as the most innovative Novell partner for Australia and New Zealand at the vendor’s annual Asia-Pacific Partner Awards in Thailand.

  • Mozilla 'dirty deed' brings out a Firey response

    By Howard Dahdah | 16 April, 2003 15:22

    That free lovin' spirit shared among the open source community has been ruffled this week after a decision by The Mozilla Organization to change the name of its browser-only product to Firebird. This has landed it in trouble with a database project of the same name.

  • World.Net’s wave of success

    By Brian Corrigan | 16 April, 2003 14:42

    Sydney-based World.Net has made a large footprint in the American tourism market after landing a contract to develop and manage Internet services for the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB).

  • MAN — it’s cheap and high-speed

    By Bob Brewin | 16 April, 2003 12:55

    Major chip and wireless equipment manufacturers have announced plans to back development of standards-based wireless metropolitan-area network (MAN) products that can provide 70Mbps of broadband data over a 30-mile range to customers. The equipment needed to access the service could be as cheap as today’s wireless LAN access cards.


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