Australian Linux specialist Moreton Bay Ventures has been snapped up by acquisitive U.S.-based vendor Lineo Inc., a company keen to squeeze the Linux operating system onto small handheld devices.
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A week after cutting access costs to its range of Big Pond Internet services, Australian national carrier Telstra Corp. has revealed it has been considering offering free Internet access as part of its plan to sign one million subscribers by June.
Publishing and Broadcasting Ltd.-owned Internet operation Ecorp Ltd. has formed a partnership with Nokia Australia for the delivery of wireless content services.
Small businesses will spend up to $5000 preparing their systems for the GST, but the Federal Government says a $200 handout will be enough.
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The viability of project Monterey, the 64-bit Unix operating system initiative being led by IBM, got a big boost last week as Oracle became the first application vendor to pledge its support to the cutting-edge operating system.
If Microsoft's courtroom fate was up to Scott McNealy, the software behemoth would have to agree to four conditions or be broken up, the chairman and CEO of Sun Microsystems said at Comdex yesterday.