Designed to keep unwanted noses out of your system while it’s online, Kaspersky Anti-Hacker monitors the connection between your PC and the Internet. If it spots anything unscheduled going on, Anti-Hacker stops it, alerting the user to what’s happeni...
Building on iRiver’s already-successful range of MP3-capable players, the latest offering features a hard drive for storage of approximately 2500 hours of music, based on the 10GB model.
PaperPort Pro 9 Office, a new business version of PaperPort Deluxe, is a total solution for creating, organising and sharing paper, PDF and digital documents.
Do you only occasionally need to convert a single document to PDF? Try a program such as PdfEdit995, which is available free (with banner ads) from www.pdf995.com.
Even after an almost four-year hiatus, team Rainbow shows why it’s still the top antiterrorist team on the PC. If you’ve enjoyed past Rainbow Six games or just have an itch to take out terrorists on your own, Raven Shield will completely fulfil your ...
Another year, another Scrabble release. And this one’s not much different to the last version. Most notably, Ubi Soft has added support for XP and Internet tournaments and, thankfully, dispensed with the annoying animations that popped up between tur...
VideoWave was originally launched by MGI in the late 1990s and is now available under the Roxio umbrella. Roxio has cottoned on to the growing interest in rediscovering footage on analog videotapes, so there’s as much emphasis on transferring recordi...
This device is perfect for professionals and students who want a versatile music player, voice recorder, FM radio and data transfer capabilities all in one tiny, very solidly built unit.
Railway-related titles don’t get anything like the coverage of, say, aeronautical ones, but there are plenty of train simulations out there.
The C2210 is the first Fujitsu notebook to offer a DVD-R/RW drive — write and rewrite DVDs now, as well as CDs. The slightly hefty weight (3.6kg without power supply) is offset by a great feature set packed into a great-looking metallic silver casewo...
The MagiColor 2300W, Minolta-QMS’ latest addition to its range, is in essence a stripped-down version of the 2300 Desklaser.
The fight for supremacy in the DVD writer market has taken another twist with the release of Teac’s latest drive. The DV-W50EK boasts 4x DVD-R capabilities, making it (on paper at least) one the fastest drives we’ve seen yet. The drive also reads CDs...
Developed by Spain-based Pyro Studios, which is also responsible for the popular Commandos series, Praetorians follows the usual RTS mould but also exhibits some features of a different style of gameplay.
The final public beta of Microsoft’s Office 2003 sits the suite firmly in the enterprise league as a complete front end system.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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