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Wednesday, 21th July 2004  

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   SMEs on broadband charge
 Local ISVs launch 3G real estate application
 Sydney increases wireless access
 Radware sues F5 for patent infringement
 US scrutinises Microsoft Longhorn plans
 New Bagle shuts down desktop defences
 Microsoft agrees to US$30b stock buyback
 Utility computing may revolutionise IT services: IDC

 
 
 

SMEs on broadband charge
Broadband usage among Australia’s small business sector has passed the 50 percent mark, according to Pacific Internet’s Broadband Barometer. More...

Local ISVs launch 3G real estate application
Two Sydney ISVs have banded together to create a 3G-based virtual office, mapping and database application for the real estate sector. More...

Sydney increases wireless access
Over one million Sydney-siders now have access to wireless internet, thanks to the expansion of the Unwired network announced today. More...

Radware sues F5 for patent infringement
Application switch vendor Radware this week said it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against competitor F5 Networks. More...

US scrutinises Microsoft Longhorn plans
Longhorn has come under the watchful eye of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), which wants to ensure that Microsoft's next major OS conforms to the company's US antitrust settlement terms. More...

New Bagle shuts down desktop defences
The latest Bagle three-worm wave includes one using a more aggressive twist on an old tactic, US security firms said this week. More...

Microsoft agrees to US$30b stock buyback
Microsoft plans to pay out a one-time US$3 per share dividend, worth about US$32 billion in all, on top of its current quarterly payouts. More...

Utility computing may revolutionise IT services: IDC
Internet delivery of processing power, storage, software, network bandwidth and other services could eventually transform the IT services market and cause upheaval among today's leading outsourcing firms, a US market research firm said this week. More...

 
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