Griffin iTalk
November 23rd, 2004

It won’t be long (if it hasn’t already happened) before some smart cookie comes up with an S video/firewire connector, allowing filmmakers to record footage straight onto their iPods for transfer to their Mac later on.

Lexmark X4650
January 21st, 2009

We tested a large printout and got close to 300 fast resolution pages from a single pair of cartridges, which is quite good compared to various competitors. The scan quality also isn’t bad but adjusting the settings could be a little easier.


HTC Shift, Lexmark X6575, TomTom XL, Nokia N78
July 29th, 2008

The lack of anything outstanding besides the sexy design makes the Nokia N78 a passable but unexciting device. Too many functions (such as easy typing) are rendered difficult in the pursuit of cool, and despite up to the minute features like Maps, there’s little to get excited about.

Power to the Pixels
December 11th, 2007

The technology behind LCD computer monitors has been steadily improving in the 5-10 years since they became affordable to the average PC user, and the reasons to buy one are becoming more compelling. The old style CRT monitor technology (cathode ray tube, the same way a picture tube-based TV works) is high quality but fades […]


Vodafone Internet Stick
October 22nd, 2008

If you’re a near-city dweller you can expect at least ADSL desktop broadband speeds of 1-3Mbps most of the time, which is more than enough for mobile-based business applications.

Bigpond 7.2 Mobile Card, ESET Smart Security, Gnome Office
March 11th, 2008

One of the biggest but least known computing movements (among consumers) is the open source model, where a program or system is released to the development community to adapt, tinker, rerelease and improve on it at will, all for love and all for free.






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April 16th, 2012

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March 19th, 2012

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March 19th, 2012

The buzzword that's conquering the business technology market right now is 'ultrabooks'. ...


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