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Software helps planning of nuptials

There's software to assist you in writing business letters, software that helps you track and record the progress of your personal financials and then there's the important stuff: software that assists in planning one of the biggest days in a person'...

Hacker tool targets Windows NT

From the group that brought us the hacking tool Back Orifice comes a new release -- Back Orifice 2000 -- claimed to be smaller, nimbler and twice as nefarious, affecting systems running Windows NT, a staple of large corporations today.

Diamond to release new Rio

With its legal scrap with the music industry safely behind it, Diamond Multimedia has set a September release date for a new version of its popular Rio MP3 music player. The new player will have a $499 price tag and will come with 64MB of memory.

Dell lays plans for life beyond the desktop

Michael Dell is adamant that the PC market has a bright future. But unobtrusively, Dell Computer is laying the groundwork for new ventures that will take the $US20 billion company beyond the desktop.

Children's browser available free

Parents who want to control the content that their children can browse may want to check out a free downloadable browser, ChiBrow. Available from KCS & Associates, the browser is designed especially for children and allows parents to define where the...

Webscapes in the works

The recent Web99 Design conference highlighted the future of Web interfaces -- which will change the way we use the Web in the future.

Canon announces new Bubble Jet

Canon has announced the release of a new Bubble Jet printer, the BJC-6000, which according to the company features 1440 x 720dpi "photo-quality printing".

Correction: Microsoft posts Win98 bug fixes

Yesterday's story "Microsoft posts Win98 bug fixes" made an incorrect statement that Microsoft's Windows 98 Service Pack 1 is available online as a free download. The full service pack is available on CD and can be ordered via Microsoft Australia's W...

Apple sues alleging iMac design rip-off

A Korean joint venture that sells PCs in the US is facing a lawsuit from Apple Computer following the launch of an all-in-one Windows PC that is bubble-shaped just like the iMac.

Holidays, hotel rooms up for auction

Online auctions won't be limited to obscure collectibles. Two announcements this week will see airfares, holiday packages and hotel rooms go up for the bidding.

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

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