Stories by Liz Tay

Intel offers graphics support to Linux

In a move to provide "open source graphics for the masses", Intel has made its next generation of graphics architecture available to Linux users via free software drivers released last week.

School students gear up for the Robocup Australian Open

The victorious return of Australian teams from the Robocup World Cup held in Germany two months ago hardly meant the end of the games for the year. Teams from primary and high schools across the country are now working towards the Robocup Junior Aust...

School students rev up for the Robocup Australian Open

The victorious return of Australian teams from the Robocup World Cup held in Germany two months ago hardly spelled the end of the games for the year. Teams from primary and high schools across the country are now working towards the Robocup Junior Au...

E-counseling a sucessful fat-buster

Fast gaining popularity as the answer to many of life's questions, the Internet is rife with information on current affairs, dating, education, how-to guides ... and now, weight loss.

Internet regulations compromise browser privacy

A recent study has found that costly regulatory systems that place strict controls and regulations on Web site operators may not have their desired effect on online security. Instead, a self-regulatory system may be the best way of encouraging browse...

G9 plans FTTN for Australia without Telstra

Telstra pulling the plug on its FTTN network on Monday does not mean it's the end of FTTN in Australia. Rival fibre consortium, G9, will continue to move forward with its network plans without Telstra's help.

IIA demands faster broadband to more Australians by 2010

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) believes approximately 80 per cent of the Australian population should have access to downstream speeds of 10Mbps, with 67 per cent having access to speeds above 24Mbps by the end of the decade.

Home broadband users will finally get upload boost

Maximum upstream speeds in Australia are expected to more than double within the next three months, as Internode finally breaks through a year-long negotiation process with the Australian Communications Industry Forum over ADSL2+ Annex M.

Local software directory launched

A new directory launched this month aims to provide organizations large and small with the premier business software listing service in Australia.

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I rate the printer as a 5 out of 5 stars as it has been able to fit seamlessly into my busy and mobile lifestyle.

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