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NetLedger links Yahoo, Oracle for small businesses

Small businesses selling their wares through Yahoo Inc.'s Yahoo Store can now exchange sales information and other data with Oracle Corp.'s Small Business Suite online management software to streamline e-commerce operations, according to a NetLedger ...

South Korea wins big at robot World Cup

The South Korean soccer team may have a slim chance of winning the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup, which gets underway in Seoul on Friday, but a team of miniature robots representing the country swept to victory in...

Intel kills InfiniBand chip program

In a move that some experts say is a blow to the emerging InfiniBand market, Intel Corp. yesterday announced to partners that it has killed plans to produce silicon chips that would allow for high-speed server clustering and communication with other ...

Linux distributors band together to topple Red Hat

An assortment of Linux distributors including Caldera International Inc., Turbolinux Inc., and SuSE Linux AG on Thursday intend to announce a group strategy to take on leading Linux distributor Red Hat Inc. in the open-source software market, accordi...

Mac virus susceptibility questioned

It's been a long-standing belief of many Mac proponents that their platform is inherently less susceptible to viruses that Windows. That's a myth, according to an article recently published by Computing entitled "Experts explode 'Mac is safer' myth."

Free Opera hits right note

Opera Software ASA has unveiled its Global Donations Program, giving away registered versions of its Web browser for free to organizations for people with disabilities, elementary schools, and Web-design schools and programs.

Samsung claims world first for DDR-II SDRAM device

Samsung Semiconductor has developed what it claims is the industry's first high density 512M-bit DDR-II SDRAM (Double Data Rate version 2 Synchronous Dynamic RAM). The company hopes DDR-II will become the next mainstream DRAM technology for high-spee...

Salesforce.com adds closed loop campaign management

Samsung Semiconductor has developed what it claims is the industry's first high density 512M-bit DDR-II SDRAM (Double Data Rate version 2 Synchronous Dynamic RAM). The company hopes DDR-II will become the next mainstream DRAM technology for high-spee...

Arm sued over Java technology

Still a couple of years away from market, Arm Ltd.'s Java application performance boosting technology Jazelle has already attracted one lawsuit.

Concerns raised about AMD's Opteron demo

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will demonstrate a four-way server based on its 64-bit Opteron processor at the Computex 2002 exhibition here on June 3. However, there appears to be some question about the performance of the Opteron chips to be used in ...

Yahoo patches instant message hole

Yahoo offered fixes for two security holes in its Yahoo Messenger (YM) application late last week, holes that could have allowed an attacker to run code of their choice or modify content within YM on a vulnerable PC.

Who's reading your instant messages?

Instant messaging may be a handy and quick communications tool, but experts on the technology warn that it's also a security risk--vulnerable to eavesdropping and even physical tracking.

Siemens to sell virtual keyboard in Europe

Tired of thumbing in text messages on your mobile phone, or struggling with the stylus on your PDA (personal digital assistant)? Siemens AG and VKB Inc. say they have the solution: a virtual keyboard.

Microsoft could face EU privacy probe

"Thanks for getting back up on that horse. And thanks to the consumer," was how Trisha Parks, president of research firm Parks Associates, launched the recent seventh-annual Connections 2002 conference in Dallas - a conference co-sponsored by Parks a...

Music industry sues file-swapping firm Audiogalaxy

"Thanks for getting back up on that horse. And thanks to the consumer," was how Trisha Parks, president of research firm Parks Associates, launched the recent seventh-annual Connections 2002 conference in Dallas - a conference co-sponsored by Parks a...

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STYLISTIC Q702

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

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For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.

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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.

Simon Harriott

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My first impression after unboxing the Q702 is that it is a nice looking unit. Styling is somewhat minimalist but very effective. The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.

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