Stories by Molly Furzer

ACS launches computer driving licence

The Australian Computer Society is hoping a new training scheme will make learning how to use a PC as easy as learning how to drive. The internationally-recognised program will award successful students with an "International Computer Driving Licence...

Web site review: Fast FTP Search

When that "normal" search engine just won't do your file search justice, it's time to try Fast FTP Search -- a search engine devoted exclusively to files held on FTP servers.

Online gaming gets real in Oz

Tomorrow will see the launch of Australia's first licensed online gaming site. But without a national regulatory approach to online gaming, the site will only be open for business to Northern Territory and overseas residents.

Web site review: WebAttack.com

WebAttack.com is a site that should keep any Web surfer or developer, busy for hours. This software site features loads of shareware and freeware organised neatly into categories for easier browsing.

Looksmart: Aussies done good

Australian Internet directory Looksmart has secured $95 million in private equity, bringing the San Francisco-based company's total capital raised to date to $125.9 million.

Intel launches Internet venture

Intel wants to outfit its PIII users for a "rich and rewarding" Internet experience. The chipmaker today launched the Intel WebOutfitter service, the company's first dip into the Internet service arena.

Government to regulate Net porn

Senator Richard Alston today announced plans for the Australian Government to crack down on Internet porn and "highly offensive" Internet content

Iomega issues 2GB Jaz recall

Iomega is recalling the external power supply units shipped with its 2GB Jaz drives. The units which have been found to be faulty affect up to 60 per cent of 2GB Jaz drives shipped since November last year

Linux: there's money to be made

The source code for Linux may be free but don't think there's no money to be made. Sydney-based EverythingLinux.com.au is aiming to be the one-stop-shop for users of Linux. A big drawcard -- local telephone support.

It's a TV! It's a PC! No -- it's a Supersystem!

ISP The Internet Group has announced intentions of delivering its own brand of Pay TV to users of its new SatNet Supersystem -- a "super PC" that lets users watch TV, play DVD and access the Internet via satellite -- all on a high resolution monitor ...

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