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The founder of InfoSeek has found that not even $US10 million can buy a glitch-free digital home. From lights switching on and off, an electronic safe that's guaranteed to fail when its 9-volt batteries die to a front door that lets in friends and st...
The world got its first glimpse of what could be the future of mobile telephony this week when Japanese company Kyocera unveiled the first mobile phone able to transmit a caller's video image and voice simultaneously.
A new macro virus that threatens files created by Microsoft Office applications has been found. Two antivirus vendors -- Symantec and Network Associates' McAfee have already posted cures for the new virus dubbed 097M.Tristate.
Simple Technology has released four new flash card readers. Distributed in Australia by Ricoh, the new PhotoReaders support the three major flash form factors.
RealNetworks, the company behind the RealPlayer today launched a presence in Australia. Declaring there's an underwhelming supply of compelling Australian content for the RealPlayer, the local office will attempt to encourage local broadcasters, ente...
Antivirus software vendor Central Command claims a clone of the Chernobyl virus is on the loose, more destructive than the original. Competing vendor Network Associates however, has discounted the threat the so-called "Emperor" virus presents.
Kingston Technology is readying to launch a new processor upgrade package which brings 166MHz or faster PCs up to 366MHz. The TurboChip 366 will be released in June.
The merger of two Australian IT companies -- modem-maker Sirius Technologies and memory company Hypertec -- has been called off. According to the companies, they could not reach an agreement on commercial arrangements.
The world's largest chipmaker announced its 366MHz mobile Celeron processor this week. Intel also shed some light on the roadmap of its mobile processor lines, claiming that its Geyserville technology will blur the line between power notebook and des...
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