Stories by Agnes King

Telstra ADSL outage cuts off ISP partners

Four Telstra wholesale customers suffered nationwide disruptions to their ADSL service earlier this month due to 10 faulty Broadband Remote Access Servers (BRAS) which prevented customers logging onto the network.

Hitachi phases out CRT

Hitachi has announced that it will phase out its CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) monitors in Australia to focus instead on the up and coming LCD market.

Handspring OEMs CIC handwriting software

Handspring Treo handheld devices will come standard with Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC) handwriting input software following an OEM agreement struck between the two firms.

White-box brands muscle in on SMBs

The battle for small business PC customers has intensified in the past year with significant inroads being made by white-box producers, according to an analyst report.

Internode launches ADSL service for $50 a month

South Australian based ISP Internode has launched its personal ADSL service in Adelaide, regional South Australia, Darwin and Alice Springs, with prices starting at $49.95 a month to residential customers.

HP shuts Sydney plant

Hewlett-Packard has closed its configuration-to-order PC assembly plant in Sydney as part of its consolidation of manufacturing centres throughout the Asia-Pacific.

Toshiba users go cordless

Toshiba corporate customers will have access to broadband wireless services following an alliance between the mobile computing vendor and broadband wireless service provider SkyNetGlobal.

Olympic Mania Overshadows Windows Me

Windows Millennium Edition (ME) hits the shelves today but retailers are not expecting a buying blitz as consumers get caught up in the Olympic frenzy.

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