If you haven't yet considered buying a handheld computer, this could be the device that makes up your mind.
These two software offerings allow you to score cricket games, and compile statistics from them.
Mobile printing has never been easier. For a busy office, reliable and easy-to-use tools are essential. Samsung's latest smart printers are equipped for wireless printing from mobile devices. Find out more about what is all about.
This is the first release of K-Meleon, a Web browser. It is interesting primarily in that it uses the new Gecko HTML rendering engine developed for the Mozilla browser.
Imagine being able to take your entire music collection with you wherever you go, without lugging around stacks of CDs or even cassettes. This is exactly what is offered by Creative's new Nomad Jukebox MP3 player.
An overview of the current state of localised Internet access using wireless application protocol.
Despite competitors such as McAfee Office and Ontrack SystemSuite nipping hungrily at its heels, Symantec's Norton SystemWorks remains the master utility suite - and with good reason.
Flash 5 reinforces Macromedia's reputation by providing the tools for creating and deploying vector-based Web content effectively and efficiently.
This is a device for sharing one or two Internet connections among several computers. It is aimed at small businesses and those wanting to build a home network, and it lives up to its promise to be almost foolproof.
Creative has introduced the BlasterKey MP3 keyboard for SoundBlaster Live! sound card owners.
Canon's flatbed scanner is ideal for people looking for cheap, fuss-free scanning.
Sony's digital music player is as good as the popular Rio 500, and features encryption and rights management software.
Taking up no more space than an A4 page and weighing just 2.9kg, the VPL-CS1 is touted by Sony as the smallest LCD projector on the Australian market.
If you thought buying a PC was difficult enough, building your own is definitely not a task to be undertaken lightly. This book aims to step you through the basics, discussing underlying PC standards.
Though short on education and heavy on inspiration, eBrands is a readable testament to the importance of branding in the age of e-commerce, and those who choose to ignore the subject itself do so at their peril.
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