Stories by Georgina Swan

ISPs unite against TIO

Internet service providers around the country have rallied to the aid of two ISPs that stood up against the might of the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) and are now facing legal bills of up to $40,000.

Mytek debuts roadside PC assistance

The PC industry has often drawn inspiration from the car lot. Honed to perfection by the automotive industry, the concepts of financing, warranty agreements and servicing have all found successful application in IT.

Acer Flows into broadband partnership

Acer will integrate Flow DSL services with its build-your-own site for retailers and resellers for customers purchasing Acer desktops, notebooks or servers.

eBeam transforms whiteboards

Any old whiteboard can be turned into a state-of-the-art digital system with the launch of the eBeam System 3, according to its maker, Electronics for Imaging.

Sony stabs pirates

Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (SCE) has won a battle in the ongoing war against games pirates, with the Federal Court awarding indemnity costs against three people found to have imported and sold pirate PlayStation software.

E-Store gets cashed up

The paperwork is all but signed, sealed and delivered for the buy-out of online retailer E-Store, with an announcement expected by December 21.

Sony slashes PS2 price

Sony Computer Entertainment has slashed the price of its PlayStation 2, announcing the console will carry a street price of $499.95 from today.

Software pirates not even charged

"So what if it's pirated? You don't have a right to be in here unless you have a warrant." That was the reaction from a man selling more than 250 illegally copied games titles from a shop front in the Sydney CBD when confronted by distributor Take 2 ...

IBM recalls AC Adapter for notebooks

IBM has issued a recall on AC adapters supplied with its ThinkPad 310 and ThinkPad I Series notebooks, following reports the adapters can overheat and pose a fire hazard.

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