Stories by Steven Deare

Ipod's second coming

Local stockists expect sales of Apple's latest iPod offering, the iPod mini, will match those of its larger counterpart when it hits retailers’ shelves on July 24.

Judge pencils in Sharman trial date

File-sharing application Kazaa could be outlawed by the end of the year, after a Federal Court judge set a "preliminary" trial date of 29 November for Sharman Networks.

Nvidia chief denies Media Centre competition

Nvidia's slimline operating system for digital media will not compete with Windows Media Centre despite the decision to offer nStant Media for free, according to Nvidia chief scientist, Dr David Kirk.

Hospitals ga-ga over RFID

Tagging babies with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips has gained traction in the Western Australian healthcare system with strong interest in an industry-leading trial.

eBay store set to open

The first shop to help Australians buy and sell goods on eBay is almost ready, with its doors set to open on New South Wales' Central Coast on 5 July.

Xbox games: NHL Rivals 2004

Few sports in Australia are as little understood yet so fascinating as ice hockey (known simply as ‘hockey’ without the ice to most of its players, including the National Hockey League itself). More developers have begun making ice hockey games in th...

Record industry closes in on Kazaa evidence

The record industry's bid for material seized in raids on Sharman Networks received the green light on Friday after a Federal Court judge ordered requests for the documents be met within 14 days.

Kodak: Paper the new hot consumable

Kodak has trumpeted its new high-end printer paper over recent product announcements as it sees the consumable coming of age in the digital photography market.

New music e-store touts indie influence

Ninemsn entered the legal music downloads market last night, offerring 200,000 songs across major and independent labels with prices ranging from $1.45 to $1.89.

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