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The latest version of Philips' speech recognition and processing software, FreeSpeech 2000 comes bundled with the company's SpeechMike microphone and trackball tool.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman, the Australian body which deals with customer complaints about ISPs, has released a brochure intended to advise Internet users on access problems.
Compaq has announced a second-quarter loss of $US184 million and has said it will reduce its workforce by 6000 to 8000 employees.
Logitech today launched its QuickCam Express, a $99 digital video camera that lets PC users record video and take still photos.
Spike Networks' newly created division Spike Internet Radio will launch a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week online radio station targeting the international "hard-core urban youth culture", says the company.
Dell has announced the launch of its Dimension XPS T desktop PC featuring a 600MHz Pentium III processor, Intel's latest chip release.
Hackers looking to get away from it all, and at the same time hone their skills, will be setting up tents in a field near Berlin next week as part of a three-day event sponsored by Germany's premiere hacker group, the Chaos Computer Club.
The first official specification for Bluetooth, a wireless technology for providing high-speed connections between mobile computers, telephones and other networked devices, has been released by companies backing the effort.
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