If technology is supposed to take you into the digital era, why do you have that mountain of paper on your desk? As much as we'd like to move towards a paperless office, that ever-growing pile of hard copies remains. If you'd like to take action and ...
Drive imaging, the best way to back up your entire hard drive for disaster recovery, used to require rebooting to DOS. Now you can do much of the chore in Windows.
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Often you hear artists deriding the use of technology to create new works, so it's refreshing to see a book by one that focuses on how it can help in the creative process.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a smaller full-featured point-and-shoot than Minolta's new 2-megapixel Dimage X. This digital camera is slightly smaller than a deck of cards, and less than an inch deep -- even when it's turned on and ready to shoot.
Xerox is aiming its freshest group of printers -- the Phaser 8200s -- at small to medium-size businesses. The Phaser 8200N is an affordable choice for workgroups that need a full-featured, networkable colour printer.
The Caplio RR120 is an entry-level model from Ricoh that combines value for money and ease of use. Photographically it's limited and it doesn't have many extras, but it's a good introduction to digital photography.
While many PC users employ some sort of contact manager to store basic information such as postal and e-mail addresses and phone numbers, actually synchronising that data across an organisation often requires something more substantial.
Adobe FrameMaker's legendary status in the DTP (desktop publishing) world is undisputed, but does it have much of a future? The recent aggressive promotion of stablemate InDesign has prompted some to question Adobe's continued commitment to the vener...
If you often present PowerPoint slides, you've probably yearned to be untethered from your laptop. Atek Electronics' Tote-Remote and Logitech's versatile Cordless Presenter give you the freedom to conduct a presentation without touching a keyboard --...
It's a good thing that nVidia produces top-quality technology, since its arcane naming system is calculated to drive the video industry crazy. Not only is its GeForce4 family split into two differing branches -- the MX and Ti -- nVidia also insists o...
WrestleMania X8 is the first and only GameCube wrestling game to date, and it is so disappointing it will have GameCube owners going to their PS2-owning friends' houses to play SmackDown.
When LucasArts announces a new Star Wars game, people get curious. When it says it will be an RPG set 4000 years before the first movie, people start paying attention. But when it reveals that the game is being developed by BioWare, the outfit behind...
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