Microsoft’s flagship software development suite -- Visual Studio.NET -- has now been updated and enhanced with a new version, 2003. David Williams takes a look at what's new.
Sonic Foundry’s latest Vegas 4.0 and Vegas+DVD applications have been released into a brave new world, where control is wrestled away from the real-time effects card makers and given to the PC processing chip.
Workgroups can now get more out of their favourite Microsoft Office applications by using them less.
As any Internet user will have noticed, the use of Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF) has proliferated. And it’s little surprise why: PDFs offer a safe and reliable way to share documents on multiple platforms.
Fancy freeing yourself from your phone? GN Netcom’s GN 9120 is a wireless headset that has a range of 100m.
Trend Micro has worked hard to make its latest version of PC-cillin — the 2003 edition — the best possible package in terms of protecting users against various forms of malicious code online.
Compatible with PCs and Macs, the Dymo LabelWriter has connections for both USB 1.1 and standard serial ports. The operating system treats it like any standard printer, so it’s not only compatible with all Windows applications but it can be shared ac...
Most office workers dream of throwing away the traditional shackles of a desk, yet still being free to access all the same services available on a deskbound PC. Vodafone has released a wireless solution that will enable its users to access their comp...
Slide up the metallic slate face plate, and the $599 Zire 71 turns into a camera. In camera mode, the 320x320 transflective 65,000-plus-colour screen functions as an LCD viewfinder. It also displays thumbnails when you slide the faceplate back down t...
Although it’s not the least expensive 17in model on the market, the $1179 LCD1760NX offers good value and quality.
Business Plan Pro 2003 contains everything you need to get your new venture off the ground.
GoldMine 6.0 Business Contact Manager is aimed at small- to medium-sized business and builds on the strengths of its predecessor. A couple of modules have been redesigned, including the Calendar and Scheduling tools, and you can now customise and exp...
Microsoft’s ActiveSync is great for synchronising Outlook with your Pocket PC but it’s not much good if the data you want is sitting in another program. If the office has standardised on Lotus Notes or your e-mails arrive in Outlook Express, you’re s...
The Disc Steno CP100 is the first type of hybrid storage solution that is essentially an external CD-RW drive but also has two different slots for flash memory cards.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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