By the time you read this, Microsoft’s VP of Emerging Technologies, Dick Brass, will have unveiled the Tablet PC to Australians as part of a simultaneous worldwide launch in November.
The Coolpix 2000 is Nikon’s first foray into low-end point-and-shoot models for novice users, and offers an excellent combination of value for money, features and ease of use.
in digital photography is booming: people want to have more control over their images, and the technology can require less hassle than film cameras. Film cameras are still widely used for happy snaps but benefits such as previewing just-taken images ...
Encyclopædia Britannica now comes on a single DVD.
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I tested a Lotus Notes/Domino 6 release candidate (the retail release will be shipping by the time you read this) and found a lot of things to like, including an overhauled interface, improved mail tools and upgraded calendaring features.
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People may have bought the iPaq in droves, but the PDA’s designers know that the technology inside has to stay ahead of cheaper alternatives to survive. The new iPaq 3970, sold under the HP banner despite the Compaq livery, contains a number of uniqu...
You can’t ignore the threat of PC viruses, but the latest antivirus programs let you devote less time and energy to defending against them.
The FinePix digital camera range from FujiFilm heralded the combination of snazzy compact style with superb functionality, not forgetting good digital photography for a reasonable price and a total out-of-the-box solution. FujiFilm introduces another...
If size matters, someone forgot to tell America Online’s ICQ instant messaging division. They have released ICQ Lite, a condensed version of AOL’s popular IM program with uncharacteristically few features.
The Audigy 2 now features true 24-bit/96KHz playback and recording to support true DVD-Audio. DVD-Audio is a new audio format, which hopes to do for the music industry what DVD-Video did for the film business — in other words, replace CDs in the way ...
ATI's Radeon 9700 graphics chip runs faster than anything the company's main competitor, NVidia, currently offers. With 3D applications and games finally catching up to the hardware, that actually matters again.
If you want a DVD drive you can carry around in your bag for watching movies and occasionally for use with your PC, BenQ wants you to think about the DVD Gem.
Altec Lansing’s latest submission into the 5.1 market, the 251, is aimed at gamers and movie buffs alike.
There are many types of laptops on the market these days, but few are as versatile as a Windows Convertible laptop – whether the task is media consumption or content creation.
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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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