Stories by Jeanne-Vida Douglas

Digital TV goes walkabout

As fixed digital TV sales near a million in Australia, a whole new market is being trialled in central Sydney with a limited release of handheld digital TVs and a cut-down mobile digital signal.

Analyst tips Xbox to drive home networking

Households on both sides of the Pacific have gone device mad but have yet to connect their multiple PCs and devices into home theatres or networks. However, with Microsoft's Xbox 360 on the horizon, IT resellers need not resign themselves to concentr...

Setting up for set-tops

While digital TV transmissions have yet to prove their worth, the digital set-top box market is finally starting to show signs of life.

Boombox meets Boombooks

Toshiba and BenQ are challenging the notion that convergence is based around the office and lounge room, releasing a range of audio-visual notebooks.

Intel makes quiet play for the lounge

Flanked by local and multinational computer manufacturers, Intel last week launched a new dual-core processor and associated platform, designed to enhance the home entertainment capacity of PCs, by making basic processing quieter and more energy effi...

Graphics and gaming drive DIY computing

First it was houses, with the do-it-yourself renovation boom, then gardens as we became amateur landscape architects. Now it seems Australians are increasingly opting to upgrade their own computers. Or even build them from scratch.

Aldi offers PC special

Cut-price German supermarket chain, Aldi, has once again pulled the rug from under the computer reseller channel, offering cut-price Medion systems through its retail outlets in Sydney and Melbourne.

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