Want to make professional-looking videos for a fraction of what you'd pay a production company? Take a look at NewTek's Video Toaster 2, billed as a TV studio in a box. In my tests, the system managed to make good on that ambitious claim, although it...
Outwardly appearing to be a combination of an Apple computer and a video cassette player, the Terapin TX0002 is the first device we've seen that can record to standard recordable CDs. For those of you who can't quite afford the price tag of the expen...
Outwardly appearing to be a comebination of an Apple computer and a video cassette player, the Terapin TX0002 is the first device we've seen that can record to standard recordable CDs. For those of you who can't quite afford the price tag of the expe...
Lexmark's Z65 inkjet printer is one in a line of new Z series printers that features high-quality resolution and ease of use among other technological improvements. It interfaces with your computer through a USB connection, has two paper trays, one o...
Throughout the ebb and flow of the Web design rivalry between Adobe GoLive and Macromedia Dreamweaver, the one constant has been Dreamweaver's lead in high-end site management features. Adobe clearly relishes a challenge, however, and, judging by thi...
Rust- and splash-resistant, a soft rubber-like casing to resist the bumps, and weighs only 92g. The 5210 is Nokia's pitch for the active lifestyle market.
Handspring has added two Treo combination phone/PDAs to its line-up of Palm OS-based PDAs. One, the 180, comes with a tiny QWERTY keyboard, while the other, the 180g, relies on Graffiti text input. The keyboard is really small but it beats SMSing on ...
If you're thinking of networking your home and are looking for a good, basic introduction, take a look at Home Networking Survival Guide. Just keep in mind that some of the material is not applicable to Australian households. You may have trouble fin...
The S900 is designed specifically for photo reproduction. If you want the best photo prints, then you're going to have to sacrifice in other areas - like speed and print costs - but the S900 is no different to competitors in this regard.
The latest offering from Kodak is a 4-megapixel camera with a 35-70mm lens that is capable of 2X optical zooming and 3X digital zooming. It can take images in great detail, and as such gives you the ability to produce prints that range in size from 1...
One good thing to come out of the dot-com crash is the greater focus being placed on a considered approach to online efforts. Measuring the Success of Your Website, written with the goal of helping readers systematically track and analyse the perform...
Incorporating coverage of the new features in Mac OS X 10.1, this book is targeted towards all user levels - including relative newbies - and contains all the necessary content to make it a true Bible-like resource.
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