If you're after a portable MP3 player, but the current solid-state and hard-drive players are out of your price range, then the Napa MP3 CD player may be just what you've been waiting for.
When the owners of many Palm, Pocket PC, and Windows CE handhelds try to sync with their desktop personal information manager, they discover that their PDA supports only Microsoft Outlook.
Dolby Digital 5.1, now available for desktop PCs, distributes six channels of sound through a central speaker, four satellites, and a subwoofer. I looked at shipping units of two speaker sets - one with true six-channel sound and one with a virtualis...
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Macromedia has updated two of its core Web design products, Fireworks and Dreamweaver. The first major change across all the applications is the addition of the Macromedia common UI (user interface), which was first seen in Flash 5.0. The common UI p...
Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Basic is about to sprout some powerful legs this year in the form of Visual Basic.NET. Companies planning to adopt Visual Basic.NET will be able to leverage application capabilities, such as inheritance, that were previously ...
The first in the Lego Studios series takes much of its inspiration from the popular movie Jurassic Park. This kit contains Lego dinosaurs, Lego buildings, Lego cars, and even a tiny Lego Steven Spielberg.
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The convergence of portable digital devices is accelerating. We're starting to see mobile phones with built-in MP3 players or digital cameras, and more combinations are on the way. It seems likely that the killer portable product of the near future w...
So help me, I like floppy disks. Technologically, they're primordial. But they're also cheap, intuitive, and almost universally compatible. And puny though their 1.44MB capacity may be these days, they can hold more than a few spreadsheets, text file...
Lucent Technologies' OriNoco wireless networking system lets home- and small-office users share files and a single Internet hookup at the zippy 11Mbps speed of the 802.11b standard-once they get it up and running. In my tests with preproduction hardw...
This economical PC provides more business features than you'd expect for the price.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.