Stories by Luisa Bustos

Undeterred Gocorp gains another gaming licence

The Federal government's plans to impose a 12-month moratorium on internet gambling services has not deterred some states and territories from continuing the push for online gaming.

Giants collaborate to ease skills crisis

Australia's understaffed IT industry received a boost on Thursday with the launch of a new IT undergraduate degree developed by Microsoft, Deakin University and Com Tech Education Services.

Smartbuy to find fulfilment elsewhere

Startup online IT store Smartbuy.com.au expects to announce a new fulfilment and distribution partner next week following the collapse of Dataflow.

NetComm gets stake in IPO-destined Lineo

Data communications vendor NetComm is unlikely to make Linux-related products part of its main line of business, despite a $2 million share investment in US-based Linux software specialist Lineo.

UPDATE: Austar in eisa takeover bid

BBack on the trading floor after more than two weeks of suspension, eisa shareholders reacted quietly to yesterday's news that Austar United Communications intends to acquire the struggling ISP in a $24.4 million takeover bid.

Austar in eisa takeover bid

BBack on the trading floor after more than two weeks of suspension, eisa shareholders reacted quietly to yesterday's news that Austar United Communications intends to acquire the struggling ISP in a $24.4 million takeover bid.

Exhibitions to merge into mega-event

The IT industry's "all-in-one" trade show and conference, Networld+Interop and Comdex, will run alongside its competitor IT2001 next year in a joint mega-event.

Clarus bypasses local resellers

E-commerce solutions provider Clarus Corporation has no plans to extend the local reseller channel for its eProcurement product beyond the global agreement with Epicor.

ABC hangs up on Telstra

The $67 million online content deal between Telstra and the ABC has been called off following a surprise change of tack by the ABC last week.

Spike gets go-ahead for Asian JV

Spike Networks shareholders voted unanimously yesterday on the formation of a joint venture company with Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW), which will be the core of a company reorganisation already underway.