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The deep, clear and powerful sound of the Logitech Z-560 THX-certified 4.1 system's 8in sub-woofer made the entire office take note once we pushed the volume knob over the fourth notch on the dial.
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The DMC-LC5 is targeted at the semi-serious photographer wanting a quality image and as such is focused on offering auto everything, as well as the ability to tinker with the "controls when needed. The 4-megapixel CCD enables the user to capture imag...
Adobe nipped at the heels of Macromedia's Flash with the animation-focused LiveMotion a couple of years ago, and is hoping to take a bigger bite with version 2.0. At the same time, Macromedia is preparing a new release of Flash - dubbed 'MX' instead ...
Half digital camera, half camcorder, webcams are versatile devices. Nonetheless, few actually allow you to capture both video clips and stills on the move and transfer them to your PC with ease. Some webcams can act as stand-alone digital cameras, bu...
Visual Web editors are all very well, but there are times when you have to roll up your sleeves and hand-code your HTML (hypertext markup language). WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) is a rather loose term when applied to Web pages, given that H...
A lot of people want to upgrade to Windows XP but are scared of losing the operating system they know. Microsoft doesn't make it easy. VCommunications' $140 System Commander 7 does.
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Utility packages might not represent the most glamorous side of computer software, but we all know that PCs are prone to being more than just a little temperamental. It's therefore a good idea to have some tools at your disposal for when things inevi...
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