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Take your bookmarks with you

Two young NSW university students, and avid Web surfers have launched a free Web site that lets you access your bookmarks -- wherever you may be.

40 million hits a day for Mormon genealogy site

Traffic to the new genealogy Web site launched by the Mormon Church this week has exceeded expectations such that its operators are offering access to users on a rotational basis. The site has been receiving 40 million hits per day and turning away a...

Freeware for the MP3 fiend

If finding an MP3 file in the shortest amount of time and with the least amount of work appeals, MP3 Fiend, a free program available on the Net will be of interest to you.

Cashback deal sparks encyclopaedia battle

Starting next Tuesday national retailer Harvey Norman will be hosting the battle of the CD-ROM encyclopaedias. Both IBM and Microsoft will be offering special cashback deals on World Book and Encarta CD-ROMs through the retailer.

Canon launches new USB scanners

Canon has brought USB to its flatbed range of scanners, announcing two new models which offer true optical resolutions of 300 and 600dpi.

Creative previews Nomad MP3 player

Creative Technology has previewed its first MP3 player -- the Nomad -- in Sydney today. The Nomad will include a radio tuner, a built-in microphone for voice recording and up to 64MB of memory.

Harvey Norman to release $999 PC

Next week Harvey Norman will release a $999 PC. Designed for "first-time" users, the Signature multi-media PC is based on a Cyrix MII 300 processor.

Insurance without the pain has launched a new online service that gives users quotes from three insurers for home and contents insurance.

RealNetworks launches in Oz

RealNetworks, the company behind the RealPlayer today launched a presence in Australia. Declaring there's an underwhelming supply of compelling Australian content for the RealPlayer, the local office will attempt to encourage local broadcasters, ente...

Four new flash card readers

Simple Technology has released four new flash card readers. Distributed in Australia by Ricoh, the new PhotoReaders support the three major flash form factors.

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

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