Stories by Georgina Swan

Sony tapes its storage offerings

Sony has rounded out its tape-drive storage offerings with new Advanced Intelligent Tape (AIT) drives for the lower end of the market.

Mytek to support Dick Smith PCs

Mytek, the company that earlier this year launched a service offering for new PCs, will offer its 24-hour support service to Dick Smith customers who purchase a system from any Dick Smith Electronics, Tandy or Dick Smith Powerhouse retail outlet.

Hard drive shortage to continue

Chronic shortages in hard disk drives are likely to continue well into November, creating inventory headaches for distributors and resellers alike.

Microsoft builds Xmas Xbox momentum

The Xbox has moved into Harvey Norman stores in time for Christmas, bringing Microsoft's retail outlets for the console up to around 800 stores Australia-wide.

OzEmail scores HP PC deal

HP will offer a free three-month Internet connection with its Pavilion and Compaq Presario range of consumer PCs, under a PC-Internet deal with OzEmail.

Camera recall shocks Kodak

Kodak has recalled around 75,000 of its digital cameras worldwide after consumers complained they had received electric shocks from the device.

Infogrames takes OziSoft

Games distributor OziSoft has finally been brought under the umbrella of parent company Infogrames and will change its name to Infogrames Australia.

PC growth slows in June

The PC market was unable to sustain the vigour which surrounded May sales, with market analyst Inform reporting a flatter performance during June.

Palm holds on as Pocket PC nips heels

Palm still leads the pack in PDA operating systems, but by an ever-decreasing margin, according to market analyst Inform. Over the past six months, the Palm OS has faced stiff competition from Windows Pocket PC.

Toshiba updates its TE range

Toshiba has added another weapon to its TE series arsenal in the battle against Dell, launching a successor to the TE 2000 notebook, the TE2100.

PC market back on track

Mass merchant sales have driven PC growth to an all-year high, with notebook sales in particular going through the roof.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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