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Canon cuts printer/scanner prices

Canon has announced price cuts to three of its peripherals -- two Bubble Jet printers, which are now both under $300, and one scanner, which has dropped to under $200.

Big monitor for pros

Anabelle Bits is now distributing a new 21in CRT monitor from Cornerstone Peripherals. Aimed at professional users in industries such as CAD and graphic design, the p1700 comes from Cornerstone's "Professional Level" range.

Global users of Net now 147 million, report says

The number of people accessing the Internet at least once a week grew to 147 million worldwide last year, according to a recently released report by Computer Industry Almanac. The report also tallies the highest Internet usage by countries, Australia...

Linux: there's money to be made

The source code for Linux may be free but don't think there's no money to be made. Sydney-based EverythingLinux.com.au is aiming to be the one-stop-shop for users of Linux. A big drawcard -- local telephone support.

Acer aims for the enterprise

Acer is targetting the corporate market with its new notebook -- the TravelMate 720, which was launched today in Sydney.

Three-way Lycos merger creates online giant

Hot on the heels of the Yahoo/GeoCities merger, another "online giant" will be created under a three-way merger deal involving Lycos, USA Networks and Ticketmaster Online-Citysearch. The resulting company will be involved not only in the Internet and...

Free PCs, but not a free lunch

How much would you sacrifice for a free PC? One US company has had an overwhelming response from people willing to hand over detailed private information about themselves for a new 333MHz Compaq PC.

Smallest Web server fits in shirt pocket

A Stanford University profession has developed a Web server the size of a matchbox, designed to be worn by a user and to deliver real-time information such as how frequently a Web page is accessed.

Intel, AMD cut PC chip prices

Good signs for cheaper PCs, bad signs for chipmakers Intel and AMD. The two companies are slugging it out in the "budget" end of the PC market, slashing Celeron and K6-2 prices.

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