Apple has taken a bold move, in releasing such a radically different OS.
Microsoft's Encarta Reference Suite, the popular electronic encyclopedia, has some new capabilities that make it definitely worth a look.
With a maximum resolution of 640x480 (300,000 pixels), the Digimax 35 MP3 digital camera and MP3 player is a toy for the new millennium.
This bulk CD copier will appeal to medium-volume distributors of software.
Claw is an Australian-made controller designed to provide fast, ergonomic access to those critical keyboard controls for first-person games like Quake.
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This high-speed communications protocol originally was developed by Apple Computer and since has been ratified as a standard called IEEE1394. (It also has some proprietary names, such as "iLink" used by Sony.)
Home video cameras have come a long way in terms of affordability, size and image quality. One of the most recent entries into this market is the compact and innovative TRV20 from Sony.
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