This relational database application is designed for tracking inventory, customers and suppliers. Alpha Five is suitable for all users, from novice to expert developer.
Talk about having a personal touch: the flagship iPAQ Pocket PC H5450 is the first mainstream personal digital assistant to offer biometric security via a built-in fingerprint reader.
The S55’s detachable camera is the first to include a flash, although it’s a bit of a gimmick — the interface is fiddly to use and you’re bound to forget to pack the camera attachment when you leave the house in the morning. Captured images are awful...
Most digital cameras are best used on dry sunny days or indoors, protected from the elements. Olympus’s new water-resistant models allow you to keep shooting even when the weather turns foul.
Corex’s CardScan has always been invaluable software, able to turn piles of business cards into useful data easily accessed via a searchable on-screen card file (or any of several pop-ular contact managers). With CardScan Version 6.0.4, Corex addres...
The long-awaited successor to SimCity 3000 has finally been released and, since I unwrapped the cellophane from my review copy, I’ve found it hard to prise myself away. For any fans of the previous versions, SimCity 4 adds plenty of new features to r...
Cakewalk’s new software music studio, Project5, should now be available. Aiming to complement rather than outright replace the company’s existing flagship audio/MIDI sequencing software, Sonar 2.2, Project5 is similar to Propellerhead Software’s popu...
OKI’s $3575 colour laser printer is perfect for the SME market and would suit businesses who need high-quality, large-volume colour printouts. It features 10/100 network connectivity with an internal Web server, yet can be connected to a stand-alone ...
The mechanics of setting up an auction Web site have been simplified by means of Terapin’s AuctionEasy, which provides a content management system that employs Microsoft’s ASP (active server technology) to drive a dynamic Web site.
Some day, every truly digital home may have a convenient, wireless monitor-type device like this one. Formerly codenamed Mira, Smart Displays consist of an LCD touch screen that you can carry from room to room and use to control a separate fully-func...
If you’re after an affordable, large LCD screen to drive your PC, or even act as your TV, take a look at Panasonic’s new PanaView TX-LCD17S.
The competition for both external and internal mainstream, feature-rich sound cards is heating up. In the May 2003 edition of Australian PC World we looked at M-Audio’s Sonica Theatre external USB sound card that competes with Creative’s Extigy devic...
Dedicated digital video recorder (DVR) boxes that let you automatically record, watch and pause live TV programs without using VHS tapes are all the rage in the US, though they have yet to arrive in Australia. It is possible, however, to achieve som...
Using a Pentium 4-M processor running at 2.4GHz together with 512MB of DDR SDRAM (from a 2GB limit), our evaluation Dell Inspiron 8500 had a 15.4in wide aspect (16:10) display capable of a maximum resolution of 1920x1200.
Becominghuman.org is an ambitious educational site aimed at providing the general public with up-to-date scientific information about the study of human evolution.
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