Are you just too busy to back up those important computer files? Iomega's new QuikSync 3 program instantly saves your data to a second drive, so you're always covered if your hard drive goes belly-up.
The simplicity and elegance of Palm connected organisers have made them the most popular personal digital assistants (PDAs). The new models add features like multimedia capabilities, productivity software, and connectivity options.
MP3 players continue to be among the most popular digital appliances. We look at three players, each with a new feature - bigger memory, photographic capabilities, or tiny size.
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An educational game for younger kids is a bit of a balancing act. The game must be simple enough that younger kids can play it, but complex enough to hold their attention. We tested a few to see how they did - not all managed the tightrope walk.
Next to its operating system, Microsoft's most important product is its office suite, which can be found on almost as many computers as Windows itself. Office XP is the latest revision of this collection of applications, and looks like the best yet, ...
In the latest iteration of its photo editor, PhotoSuite 4, Platinum Edition, MGI Software couples an elegant interface with improved imaging controls. But the package still contains a few quirks.
Looking for a digital camera with style, substance, and an affordable price? Check out Kodak's new DC3800.
Inkjets are the affordable option for most individual users, but if you require a high volume of colour output then a large, network-ready colour laser printer is your best choice. Witness Canon's latest colour laser, the CLBP400.
Still in early beta development, the existing Freenet is a peer-to-peer network that protects the anonymity of its users and resists any attempt to impose censorship.
Teach Yourself Networking in 24 Hours is aimed at easing beginners into the many aspects of networking, from learning the fundamental terminology to designing and implementing the physical layout of your computers.
This book presents an array of Internet facilities and Web sites related to genealogy, illustrated with screenshots and enriched with examples, instructions and first-person testimonials - although it's fairly useless if you live outside the US.
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