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Age of Empires II - thanks to Microsoft 

Age of Empires II - thanks to Microsoft

Age of Empires II spans 1,000 years, from the fall of Rome through the Middle Ages, in which players control the destiny of one of thirteen civilizations. The game keeps the epic scope of Age of Empir
Motocross Madness 2 - thanks to Microsoft 

Motocross Madness 2 - thanks to Microsoft

Motocross Madness 2 is the outrageous sequel to the award winning Motocross Madness. Motocross Madness 2 features all of the killer dirtbike action of the original, but takes a quantum leap forward wi
MP Zoo DAP 32 

MP Zoo DAP 32


The popularity of the DAP enjoys in Europe and Japan is not self-evident on a quick viewing of the player. It is a boxy little thing, a bit smaller than a packet of cigarettes. It has the best e
FileMaker Pro 5 - thanks to FileMaker Inc. 

FileMaker Pro 5 - thanks to FileMaker Inc.

As a relational database, FileMaker Pro's key strengths have always been ease of use and flexibility. This was equally true if you were a single user wanting a quick route to a database solution, or s
Allegiance - brought to you by Microsoft 

Allegiance - brought to you by Microsoft

Allegiance combines intense space combat with unique squad-based gameplay. Fly full throttle into an epic multiplayer experience. Choose your allegiance to the Iron Coalition peacekeeping force; the B
Ashron's Call - brought to you by Microsoft 

Ashron's Call - brought to you by Microsoft

Asherons Call is an online only role playing game that immerses players in an original fantasy world where they must choose to compete or cooperate with thousands of other players. Players can create
Auction Winners 

Auction Winners

Link LS 2000 - brought to you by Microsoft
Microsoft Links LS 2000 is the newest edition of the all-time best-selling golf simulation. More than 17 years of passion and precision have evo
The next generation 

The next generation

Who knows where the next generation after PlayStation 2 or the X-Box will take us. It may finally reach the virtual world we have read so much about, but it is still several years away and we have yet
Nintendo plays catch-up 

Nintendo plays catch-up

The launch of PlayStation 2 is bad news for Nintendo. Its N64 has been falling behind PS1 for some time and it was expected that the company would have more news and hopefully even a prototype of its
A surprise Player 

A surprise Player

The new Internet capabilities of Dreamcast,
PlayStation 2 and X-Box means that in the near future - by the end of the year in the case of Dreamcast - console players will be doing battle online
Censorware products 

Censorware products

Unfortunately, as recent US court cases have demonstrated, many of the censorware companies are less than open about their products and will actively prosecute (and even persecute) people who reverse
Dreamcast alive and kicking 

Dreamcast alive and kicking

With PlayStation about to take both the top and bottom end of the market and Nintendo somewhere in no mans land, Segas Dreamcast is poised to fill the middle ground. It is also ready to lead the way i
PlayStation 2  in the flesh 

PlayStation 2 in the flesh

The PlayStation 2, on the other hand, has a strong video games heritage, and it shows. It looks like a console and plays like one, albeit a supercharged one. Its black box design is practical, if a li
State of Play 

State of Play

Sporting DVD, Internet access and amazing 3D graphics, the latest games consoles have everyones attention. David Hellaby reports from E3 in Los Angeles.

When is a machine that runs on Win
The censorware debate 

The censorware debate

Content filtering software is designed to allow responsible adults to control the content that a user - often a child - can access and send over the Internet. Whilst the censorware vendors maintain th
The legal basis of internet censorship 

The legal basis of internet censorship

On the 16th July 1999, the Broadcasting Services (Online Amendment) Act 1999 became law, although it did not receive much attention at the time. The legislation effectively gave power to the Australia
Censorware beware 

Censorware beware

Have we already lost our freedom to view what we want on the net? David Neiger investigates censorware and Australias Internet policies.
Recent amendments to the Australian Broadcasting Act ma
The competition 

The competition

Sun UltraSPARC In 1995, eight years after the first SPARC Station was introduced, Sun went 64-bit with the debut of its UltraSPARC I RISC processor; the first model ran at 143MHz and had 128-bi
So what is the future for IA-64? 

So what is the future for IA-64?

The next 64-bit processor is codenamed McKinley. This will essentially be an enhanced Itanium running on an Intel 870 chipset, boasting even greater performance through larger amounts of cache and mor
Inside Itanium 

Inside Itanium

In many ways Itanium represents a change for Intel. Having dominated the desktop PC processor market, the company hopes that its 64-bit silicon will become the de facto choice in the next generation o
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