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Acer unveils handheld and tablet PC vision

Acer Computer has announced its strategic assault on the burgeoning handheld market with four new models to be launched in October. The company has also drawn the curtain back on its ambitious plans to follow Microsoft into the Tablet PC arena.

Acer named fastest growing brand

It's taken two years and over $21 million to get there, but Acer Computer Australia has clinched third position in the PC market share race for Q1, 2002 and has become recognised as the fastest growing brand in the country.

Sold.com.au to hold fire-sale clearance auction

Sold.com.au, the online auction subsidiary of Yahoo Australia and New Zealand, will host what the company claims will be the largest online auction of brand-name computer equipment in Australian history.

Xbox blazes in weekend rush

There were 9000 fewer Xboxs on retailer's shelves after the first four days of Microsoft's gaming console going on sale.

Compaq recalls all 5300, 5600 Presarios

Compaq is voluntarily recalling all of its 5300 and 5600 series Presario desktops after it discovered the PC's 56K modem does not comply with Australian Communications Authority (ACA) specifications.

Acer cuts 30; notebook deal the new focus

Acer may have retrenched 30 staff from its Australian operations this week, but its eyes are firmly planted on what's ahead -- a major notebook contract with the Department of Education in Western Australia.

D-day comes for dStore database

A Queensland-based software developer has become the owner of dstore.com.au, purchasing the failed online e-tailer from the administrators of dStore's parent company, Harris Scarfe.

Your guide to Olympics web coverage

For the first time since 1960, the Olympics will be broadcast via delayed transmission. But unlike 1960, viewers have an alternative than to wait for lengthy time differences to get results.

NBC on top but Yahoo's closing fast

As the competition for medals heats up in the sporting arena, the competition for internet traffic to the various websites offering coverage of the Games is also on the rise.

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