Turn your digital photos and videos into lasting memories with Microsoft® Digital Image 2006 Suite Starter Edition. Using this suite of intuitive tools, you can easily organise, enhance, share, and transform your photos and videos. For more informati...
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Here's a slightly different twist on the oversaturated iPod accessory market. Keyspan has announced the TuneView, a remote control for your iPod or for iTunes that has a built-in LCD so that you can actually see your playlists and songs as you naviga...
DFI has created a motherboard that is suitable for enthusiasts as well as users who like to showcase their PC components. Indeed, if you have a windowed case and cold cathode lights, you can take advantage of the UV-reactant colours that the board of...
The Acer Aspire 5672 has been designed so you can use your notebook as a versatile communication portal. This has been achieved by the introduction of a small Bluetooth VoIP phone that charges while it is docked in your PC Card slot. The phone relies...
If you need a fast machine but don't want to spend a small fortune on a high-end model, then consider Plus Corporation's Aspect 3500, which is the most powerful mid-range PC we have seen to date.
The hybrid style TV tuner allows you to watch analog as well as digital TV reception. While you cannot watch the two receptions simultaneously, you can easily switch between the analog and digital channels using your Favourites channel list.
Netcomm's NB620W is a worthy router for anyone looking to broaden their online and local network connectivity. It can distribute an ADSL or cable connection through up to four computers connected to its 4-port router, and it will also allow you to co...
One of the distinguishing factors on this board is its built in Creative SoundBlaster Live! audio chip, which provides the best audio capabilities of all the boards we have heard. It supports up to 7.1 speakers, has analog as well as digital ports on...
Acer continues to dominate in the notebook market when balancing power, performance and price. The 4064 WLMi is no exception scoring extremely well in our tests. Running an Intel Pentium M 2.0 GHz processor, the 4064 WLMi scored a very respectable 84...
Polyview's new 19in widescreen display showed excellent contrast and brightness levels during DisplayMate testing, making it a suitable monitor for watching DVDs as well as viewing two documents side-by-side. The monitor has a native resolution of 14...
As PCs get more powerful, they also get noisier. Powerful components generally run hot and plenty of fans are required to cool them down. We haven't seen too many machines that address the problems of noise make our Best Buys charts, mainly due to th...
As price points for decently configured PCs drop to sub-$1000 levels, it's only natural to start wanting more from machines closer to $1500. This new offering from APUS delivers mid-range performance using mid-range components and it's convenient to ...
Considering this machine is under $1000, it sure packs a lot of speed under its bonnet.
Faced with the prospect of putting together a complete computer system for $1000, Hello Computers has come up with a configuration that is suitable for all sorts of pursuits, including multimedia and 3-D gaming.
Australia faces a severe skills shortage in software development, data science, and several other STEM-focused fields. Organisations like Flat Planet leverage on-the-ground expertise in building teams in South-East Asian markets, creating a safer, more certain pathway for western firms to access the deep pools of talent to be found there – whether it is for a team of just one single developer, or an entire IT business unit of 50 or more.
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