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Dingo Blue: new dog on the block

Dingo Blue, a new Internet access and telecommunications carrier launched into the Australian market today, aiming to offer "rock bottom rates" and a fresh new perspective on communications.

IT managers skip Merced?

Although Intel maintains that Merced, its first attempt at a chip for the IA-64 architecture, will not be "designed or marketed as some type of development tool," there are rumblings that the chip is merely a stepping stone to the second-generation I...

Tool lets users keep track of online information

Keeping your Web data up to date in the Internet's sea of information is made easier by iHarvest One, a free Web organiser that helps you cut through the clutter and easily share online information with others.

Hacker convention plays "Spot the Fed"

DefCon -- the annual gathering of self-described hackers, security professionals and -- yes -- US federal agents keeping an eye on the action -- was held in Las Vegas over the weekend. Activities varied from hacking the specially-created convention n...

Tech floats MYOB, Liquid Audio double on debut

The Friday debut of MYOB on the ASX was paralleled by a similarly successful float of US firm Liquid Audio on the Nasdaq exchange, the shares of both companies more than doubling on the first day of trading.

Price cuts, new notebooks from NEC

NEC Australia has added two new models to its Versa range of notebooks, at the same time announcing price cuts of up to $1000 and more on previous notebook releases.

Search engines can't keep up with Web

The findings of a new report confirm what surfers already know -- that search engines are providing inadequate, out-of-date and biased coverage of the ever-expanding Web. They just can't keep up.

New printer reads flash cards

Lexmark has released a unique new inkjet printer that incorporates a flash memory card reader, enabling users to print digital images directly from their camera's CompactFlash or SmartMedia cards.

Libretto to go the way of the Dodo bird

The mighty Libretto, one of the first mini-notebooks to be introduced to the computer market, will go the way of the Dodo bird, it shall be phased out of production next month after a two year stint.

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