Hewlett Packard has settled with Australian peak research body Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over its US wireless patent.
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The NSW Department of Education and Training has whittled its shortlist of would-be netbook suppliers for its $200 million state-wide deal down from 21 to just six.
Despite drastic cost cutting measures being made at Dell's US operations, such as leave without pay for staff, the PC maker's Australian arm will not follow suit with local redundancies, according to a local spokesperson.
The federal Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research has flagged plans to replace a desktop computer supply contract held until recently by Dell, as part of a broader move to Windows Vista and Office 2007.
Dell, HP and Lenovo have promised to push chipset vendors to make open source drivers for Linux.
From Monday, office supplies retailer Officeworks will start selling a limited range of pre-configured Dell PCs and laptops at 104 locations across the country.
As Dell continues to battle shrinking growth in PC and server sales, the PC giant is revamping its support offering.
The company will introduce two services aimed at improving local support for enterprise customers by improving turnaround times.
What does last night's dinner have in common with your old PC? They get thrown out when their value flatlines. ZDNet Australia asks why Australians hoard old PCs.
Dell has claimed it is the greenest IT company in the world. <em>ZDNet Australia</em> went on a tour of its recycling partner's plant, MRI Australia, in Blacktown, Sydney.