Microsoft recently released the first beta of Service Pack 1 for Windows XP, to some 10,000 beta testers.
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Games aficionados and technologists alike will get a kick out of High Score! This well produced glossy book on the history of gaming traces the evolution of electronic games, from prehistory' (including great spreads on early pinball machines) throu...
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Two competing Pentium 4-based motherboards go head to head this month in the Test Centre.
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US$199 ($354) is a great price for 2-megapixel camera. Because the camera isn't loaded with features, it's extremely easy to use.
Both DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW capable, the DVR-A04 burns DVD-R discs at 2x (roughly the equivalent of 18x CD-R), DVD-RW discs at 1x, CD-R discs at 8x and CD-RW discs at 4x.
MSI is one of the quickest vendors to market with new technologies and has wasted no time with this motherboard based on the Intel 845E chipset.
Do you need an easy-to-run, easy-to-manage server for your small to medium-size business or organisation? Sun Microsystems has upgraded its Cobalt Qube line of Linux-based servers, each capable of handling up to 150 users.
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Microsoft recently unveiled the marketing beta of Project 2002, the latest version of its best-selling project management software that is due for final release this month.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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