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FileMaker update focuses on graphics

FileMaker Pro 6 ships this week with key new features designed to keep it compatible with mainstream business applications. In particular, its support for XML streams will allow FileMaker to integrate more easily with enterprise databases, and the up...

Industry ponders cures for digital music slump

Despite the digital music industry's stagnating growth and the upcoming breakup of its host, Jupiter Media Metrix Inc.'s "Plug In" digital music conference returned Monday for its seventh annual showing here, featuring a lineup of familiar industry f...

Kodak's new batteries aimed at digital photographers

If you're a digital camera user, you know that batteries bite the dust quickly. Eastman Kodak Co. says it's going to change this with their new Kodak Max Digital Camera Battery, which the company claims lasts up to three times longer than AA alkaline...

Harris Technology to open retail in Qld, ACT

The Harris Technology machine marches on according to outgoing managing director and founder Ron Harris. The company has selected premises for two new retail shopfronts in Brisbane and Canberra.

Dell to wait and see with Itanium 2

Dell has decided to take a wait-and-see approach to the second generation Intel Corp. 64-bit Itanium processor, Itanium 2, which will be officially launched on Monday.

Dell slapped on wrist over ads

The Federal Court has ruled that direct computer vendor Dell breached the Trade Practices Act in several ads it ran prior to November 2001.

Mytek debuts roadside PC assistance

The PC industry has often drawn inspiration from the car lot. Honed to perfection by the automotive industry, the concepts of financing, warranty agreements and servicing have all found successful application in IT.

Is it time to save the Internet whales?

In the context of recent financial fiascos like those of Xerox, WorldCom, and others, it may be time to forget the "market as God" view and ensure that the Internet gets the support and the direction that a utility deserves. Ironically, both ends of ...

Semiconductor sales continue climb from low levels

Worldwide sales of semiconductors reached US$11.37 billion in May, 2.8 percent higher than the $11.07 billion reached in April, according to figures released by the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).

Acer Flows into broadband partnership

Acer will integrate Flow DSL services with its build-your-own site for retailers and resellers for customers purchasing Acer desktops, notebooks or servers.

Feds suggest search sites disclose deals

The US Federal Trade Commission has suggested that search engine Web sites tell users when they are taking money from other Web sites to guarantee either high placement or inclusion in search results.

Microsoft security chip open to discussion

Microsoft Corp. would be prepared to license the intellectual property for its proposed Palladium security chip to any software manufacturer, but certification of that software would be essential if the system is to work, the company's U.K. chief sec...

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

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The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located.

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