The West Australian

Cinetrek WDR800 DVD, Apple Aperture 2, NEC Powermate P5030
May 6th, 2008

Aperture 2 is a cataloguing and adjustment tool for large collections of digital photos that’s geared more towards pro photographers. However, if you aspire to the profession or just take a lot of pictures, it does a similar job to Picasa or iPhoto — even though it’s like comparing a VW beetle to an Aston Martin.

iRiver X20
July 3rd, 2007

The iRiver X20 is about the size of a mobile phone and takes it usability cues from the default controls Apple have set virtually in stone, with a click wheel acting as the volume knob and navigation control and generic forward/backward buttons to navigate through tracks and playlists.

Radiation Fallout
April 18th, 2011

72 percent of Australian males smoked in 1945 versus 17 percent in 2007 according to the NSW Cancer Council, whereas the federal Department of Broadband said an average of 84 percent of Australians over 14 had a mobile phone, and that was in 2006

Homedics iCush
December 12th, 2006

The connectors are universal so the iCush will relay the sound from any device with the standard configuration of one video and two audio ports, which all the major games consoles have.

Blackberry Storm
February 25th, 2009

The features that make a Blackberry so good — the intuitive interface and push email that’s ridiculously easy to set up — are still present, but if the nicely spaced keyboard was one of the reasons you loved the older models, the Storm might seem a little too ‘one of the crowd’.

Donaldson does it differently and The Bank Job’s a winner
August 12th, 2008

So with another enjoyable, profitable film behind him and with a resume most directors spend their careers dreaming about (having directed Tom Cruise, Mel Gibson, Al Pacino, Kevin Costner, Robin Williams and Pierce Brosnan), after making of one the most expensive adventure film in history at the time of its release (1997’s Dante’s Peak) and consistently blitzing the box office in drama, thriller, sci-fi and noir, are there any ambitions left?

Laughs on the campaign trail Great comic teams have been a staple of cinema since Hollywood was ...
August 14th, 2012

HP Touchsmart PC In the age of bundling more processes and tools into fewer machines, ...
May 15th, 2007

Life You might think you can sum up Keith Richards' life in a ...
November 7th, 2011

Feelgood Legends needs reality check **1/2 Directed by Khoa Do You might have already heard the guys behind Footy ...
August 6th, 2006

Sony levels iPod playing field A term we've heard a lot over the last few years is ...
August 9th, 2005

Blaze HDTV Tuner, Compare Office, CorelDAW Suite X4, Canon IXUS 80IS Blaze HDTV Tuner Price: $99.95 It's likely we'll all be watching TV either on ...
August 21st, 2008

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