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Free job classifieds launched

Online job classifieds may not be a new idea, but an Australian Web site launched today now offers employers this service free of charge.

Graphics apps scream on Intel PIII

Intel has turned the crank again, and this month will release its latest microprocessor -- the Pentium III (code-named Katmai). The first of the new CPUs will run as fast as 500 MHz, and tests by the PC World Test Centre rank PIII-powered systems as ...

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.

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.

Where To Eat

Getting hungry? A new site has been launched today to assist Sydneysiders in finding that perfect bite.

Acer aims for the enterprise

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

Find lost files

Need to recover lost or damaged files? Marketing Results has just released Lost & Found a software program which claims to do just that

ATO revamps site

The Australian Tax Office has launched a revamped version of its ATOassist Web site today. The site now features legislation, technical information and rulings for use by ATO clients.

Tropfest hits the Net

Sydney's short film festival Tropfest will go global this year, thanks to a netcast by Internet development company Spike, it has been announced. The yearly competition, which is to be held in the Sydney Domain and Victoria street, Darlinghurst, on S...

Domain names the next freebie?

What more on the Internet could be free -- you ask? One US company has outlined plans to provide Net users with free domain names under a new "personal Web portal" service.

Microtech Mii Zip 100 drive

BITS Computer Graphics has signed a distribution deal to carry Microtech's Iomega-approved Zip drive, the Mii Zip 100, which takes standard 100MB Zip disks

Xmas cards easy with OzEcard

Left your Christmas card mailing too late? Worried they won't get there before the big day? OzEmail's OzEcard has a solution . . .

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