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Macromedia Studio 8
May 16th, 2006

Macromedia’s first major release under the ownership of former competitor Adobe incorporates Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks. However, there are glaring omissions as well as welcome additions.

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.

Sony Cybershot DSC-T5
December 20th, 2005

Don’t bother turning it off, just flick the cover screen up or down to bring it back to life or put it back to sleep. You can have the Cybershot out of your pocket, take the perfect shot and stash it away again in the blink of an eye.

Epson RX610, Missing Sync, Pioneer AVIC-S2
March 4th, 2008

You simply specify the data you want to sync, click the button and you’re done in minutes, never to care how much mobile device vendors ignore you again. An essential purchase.

It’s cool to hack
March 27th, 2015

Described by PIAF as Australia’s first ‘art hack’, participating entrants have 24 hours to create a digitally interactive artwork. Whether an app, website, robotics or a projected presentation, if it’s interactive and it’s art, it will find a place in Hack The Festival.

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.

I Say Tomato Along with divorce, sex scandals and stars in rehab there's an institution ...
April 27th, 2010

Fair Tale of Self Discovery TV screenwriter, playwright and theatre director Tony McNamara is not the sort ...
September 10th, 2003

Visual Asset Protection You probably don't think much about security at work if you have ...
March 28th, 2006

NEC Versa P8100 It's a law of nature; technology gets cheaper in proportion to uptake. ...
January 10th, 2006

Now it’s sushi to go, via mobile message The Japanese have always known and loved their technology. Maybe it's something ...
September 16th, 2003

Disc Manager 100 How much space would 100 CDs or DVDs take on your desk ...
December 17th, 2008

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