Dell recalls faulty notebook batteries, Intel beats revised estimates for Q3, AMD sales still climbing, Edesk to distribute biometrics products
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StarOffice code online, Game developers meet, Web ratings house goes OS
Tabloid's Who is this guy?' competition is gathering a momentum of its own as we take advantage of the collective brain power of our channel community to put names to some of the miscellaneous images lying around the office.
Following historical patterns in the adoption of new technology, the ASP market will undergo a painful shakeout in the next year, industry observers said at the ASPWorld Conference & Expo held in San Jose, California recently.
Madge rolls out new gigabit switch, CacheFlow snaps up Entera for $US440M, Ericsson invests $US36M in South Korea's Littauer, PCCW seeks partners for global backbone
Iomega HipZip, Datamax I-Class, Canon CLBP400, Nemetschek D-Board
Siemens to invest $US868M in itself, HP still eyeing PwC, EMC/HP backup makes tracks faster, IBM adds Tivoli support
Priceline.com hits Oz, Visa launches merchant security site, uBid shuts up shop, CoShopper a hit with consumers
ICANN downunder, DJ dot-com take 2, MS rejigs partner status
And you thought inflation and the pace of change was bad in Australia. Try this one for size.
On a recent trip to California's Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, one unnamed ARN informant managed to take the time to let us know what we've been observing and saying for years.
IBM is denying rumours that hardware and systems used for the Olympics will be auctioned en masse at the completion of the Paralympic games.
Shortly after quitting the managing director's job at Hewlett-Packard's Australian subsidiary, Bruce Thompson has been appointed to the rather slim board of Sausage Software. Other movements around the traps this week were quite seriously puzzling
Platypus Technology, the company set up early this year by Geoff O'Reilly and Colin Lillywhite to build solid state hard drives, has attracted $US7 million from investors in the US and Asia. Other wheeling and dealing during the week also involved some well known Australian names
A well-established Chinese operation has begun paying dividends in the form of multimillion dollar orders for Australian online security specialist SecureNet. China also proved lucrative for listed developer MXL, while on the home front the big orders just kept on coming
Growing Internet use will lead to booming electronic commerce revenue outside the U.S. in this year's fourth quarter, and the booming growth in all other markets will outstrip the increase in North America, where fourth-quarter e-commerce revenue is projected to grow at almost 70 per cent. The evidence is examined by Len Rust, who also casts his eye over other recently released research