This is some spooky software. Although it politely bills itself as an Internet-monitoring product, under other circumstances you'd probably call Spector Pro 5.0 spyware. Get ready to swallow those scruples.
Learning to touch type isn't necessarily top of every ten year old's list of fun things to do. In fact, we'd be surprised if it was even in any ten year old's list of things to do. Learning how to type correctly may not be as useful as learning a for...
There's never been a better time for a business to refresh its devices. Intel offers a range of business solutions, from Servers to SSD, but also 2 in 1 products and also the NUC unit which is set to revolutionise your desktop. Click here to read more information on these products.
In the war torn, semi-nuclear future we will probably all be fighting a massive battle against a variety of mutants, machines and aliens. Unfortunately, until we get a chance to experience this fun-filled scenario for ourselves, the next best thing i...
The generously equipped Acer TravelMate 8200 packs a 120GB hard drive, a unique built-in Webcam and both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Its ExpressCard/34 slot accepts the small form factor 34mm, though not the larger 54mm next-generation plug-in card.
Maxtor has continued their application of the convenient one touch backup feature with the release of the OneTouch III Mini Edition; a compact and portable storage solution with easy to use software that offers both synchronisation and security optio...
SketchUp 5 from @Last software, recently acquired by Google, allows anybody to become a fairly proficient technical drawer in next to no time with its simple interface for 3-D design. While its software isn't as powerful as computer aided design (CAD...
RF Online seems like just another MMORPG, but it should be more aptly labelled a Massively Multiplayer Online PvP (player-versus-player) game.
The 15.4inch MacBook Pro is a similar size to the 15inch PowerBook G4 that it replaces - and looks just as slim and sexy next to the majority of Window-based laptops with which it now shares its processor.
When one hears about a shockproof, waterproof digital camera, one tends to think of rugged photography. It would make sense that such a product is designed for the more outgoing individual; a fit, strapping young man who takes it camping, hiking and...
There's an interesting balance to consider in the world of DVD camcorders at the moment. Basically, they can all be lumped into two camps. On the one hand you have the small, sleek camcorders that cost about $1000. They're nice to hold, though the qu...
Our continuing obsession with massive televisions has lead us to the promised land. We have reviewed all manner of giant televisions ranging from the LG [[prodid:1439]] right through to the ridiculously huge Samsung [[prodid:1744]] and while they h...
Here at the GoodGearGuide, we've always had a slight issue with Bluetooth headsets. Don't get us wrong; they're practical and for those who are constantly on the phone, especially while driving a car, they are very useful, but we feel that people usu...
In a previous review we offered a reward for the next company to send us a camera that wasn't silver. Sony, your cookie is in the mail. Their latest offering, the DSC-W30, is a slim, pearl white affair that looks fantastic. However its strengths d...
As the previous champion of our digital camera category, the Olympus [[prodid:229]] commands a lot of respect around the office. It offered the complete package; a stack of features, brilliant pictures, weatherproof casing and a slim design. Thus i...
The Ovation II is another of Grundig's "lifestyle" micro CD players, representing a small step up from its sibling, the ingeniously named <a href="http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212614;pid;1714;pt;1" target="new">Ovation I</a>. W...
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