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Version 6.0 of Premiere provided belated but vital support for FireWire and DV (digital video)-enabled hardware. A year later, this new version addresses two remaining major weaknesses: the lack of real-time software previews and disappointing titlin...
Mac OS X version 10.2 (codenamed Jaguar), featuring over 150 amazing new features and applications, is now on sale for $229 at Apple Authorised Resellers and the online Apple Computer Store (www.apple.com.au/store).
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If your growing business wants to give employees fast 802.11a (Wi-Fi5) wireless access to an existing Ethernet network yet still support slower — but more popular — 802.11b (Wi-Fi) equipment, then Intel has a deal for you.
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Squarely aimed at the consumer market as a VCR replacement, the Philips DVDR 890 gives you the opportunity to record all your favourite TV programs (or other video sources) onto DVD+RW (or DVD+R) discs at the quality setting of your choice.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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