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Fujitsu fights reseller warranty claims with silence

Imagine the anger you could feel as a reseller if you had lost millions of dollars of business due to a flawed series of hard drives – and for several years your suppliers neglected to tell you about a warranty credit system applicable to those fault...

Intel to change chip classification

Processor giant, Intel, has announced it will begin including a new numbering system in the branding of its processors to provide the retail market with greater clarity on the functionality of its products.

Telstra sale to head back to Senate

The House of Representatives has again passed legislation that allows the Federal Government to sell its share of, and subsequently privatise, Telstra.

Microsoft provides Office Mac guarantee

Microsoft has moved to ensure that copies of its Office productivity suite for the Apple OS X operating system continue to sell in the shadow of a new version due for release in the coming months.

BigPond slammed in broadband survey

The latest annual survey of broadband subscribers conducted by Whirlpool has shown that the vast majority of Telstra subscribers are less satisfied with their connectivity than customers of smaller ISPs.

Telstra to extend ADSL reach

Telstra has announced that some 400,000 households and businesses may be able to gain access to ADSL services by the end of March, but not through the enabling of new exchanges.

Sony hits out at Playstation critics

Managing director of Sony Computer Entertainment in Australia, Michael Ephraim, has promised that the functionality of the forthcoming PSX console will be significantly improved before it hits Australian shores in late 2004.

Industry group warns of camera shortages

Retailers are being overwhelmed with customer interest in digital cameras, according to the Photo Imaging Council of Australia, an industry group that has warned of mass shortages by Christmas.

Analysts: More growth in mobiles yet

Nearly three out of every four Australians own a mobile phone, but analysts claim there is still more room for growth in the mobile telephony industry.

Natcomp to distribute Daewoo-branded personal computers

Continuing with his love affair with computers bearing household brand names, Natcomp managing director, Fabio Grassia, has struck up a deal for his company to become the exclusive distributor for Daewoo Computers in Australia.

Microsoft opens up CRM to partners

Microsoft Business Solutions has tagged late November as the launch date for its first foray into Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, and has also signalled that it will be available to a much wider range of resellers than first anticipa...

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