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Olympus has successfully taken the dictaphone and turned it into a computer peripheral. This small, light device has 16MB of built-in storage. That may not sound like much, but Olympus’s advanced DSP (digital signal processor) technology allows very ...
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Poor little Linus has had to hide his security blanket from his horrible auntie who wants the grubby cloth relegated to the dustbin. The only problem is he hid it at Charlie Brown’s house and Charlie has managed to lose it. It is your job, as either ...
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When Firaxis released the immensely popular game Civilization III last year, there was talk amongst developers of the game for a multiplayer update in the future. The rumour mill has finally stopped circulating and an expansion pack, Play the World,...
Both these tuner boxes are designed to be connected to a CRT or LCD monitor to watch TV with any signal, without having to power on your PC. Alternatively, you can hook up just about any external device including DVD players, VCRs, games consoles, a...
Anyone looking to up-grade a monitor would surely want to consider the latest Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) monitors available on the market. LCD monitors still use less power, weigh less, don’t flicker and give off less radiation than a Cathode Ray ...
In December 2002's print issue of PC World (on page 94) we talked about Intel's new 3.06GHz Pentium 4 CPU and three new chipsets -- the Intel 845PE, the enhanced version of the 850E, and the 845GE -- which will cater for it and its new feature, Hyper...
The CRW-F1 can write and read at up to 44x and ups the CD-RW ante by being able to re-write at up to 24x.
Windows .NET Server 2003 is almost here and many IT departments will be debating whether or not to upgrade their systems. There will be four main editions (Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter, and Web), and although the naming scheme is a little confus...
If you’ve everwondered if there was a better way of doing things when using Windows Explorer, this is the program for you. Directory Opus, built from the ground up for the Windows OS (and now supporting XP), offers an Explorer replacement and much mo...
The latest editions of Best Software’s ACT and Surado’s Smart Contact Manager each try to serve you a gourmet contact-management meal with a side dish of basic sales planning and forecasting. ACT’s recipe is much tastier.
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