Apple TV
February 1st, 2009

The on-screen menu interface is a simple two-column affair that’s intuitive to get around, and it’s good fun navigating through to your own playlists and video content. But the real magic is that, as it’s synched to your iTunes library, you can download movies or TV from the iTunes store through your own account.

HP iPAQ RX4240
December 5th, 2006

One of the buttons reorients the display between horizontal and vertical, giving you another dimension in an already high level of user-friendliness.


iPod 40Gb
September 21st, 2004

Devotee websites like iPodlounge.com and tens of millions of discussion forum threads, a global industry in accessories that seem to get more outlandish, and several entire companies have sprung up around Apple’s simple but beautiful digital music player.

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December 11th, 2007

Konica Minolta’s Unity Desktop is an optical character recognition workflow that converts an original scanned by the Bizhub to editable text right on your desktop — with images and layout intact.


T3 offers security on the move
June 13th, 2006

With that much important data lying on the back seat of the car, leaning against the chair in our bag at the pub or just sitting unattended on our desks, computer security is becoming more necessary.

Veritoken
November 1st, 2009

Once connected, the Veritoken can be removed without losing your connection so you don’t have to leave your USB key plugged in to leave behind when you’re finished. And there’s a chance you might, because the other great thing about the whole thing launching from the USB key is that you can take it to any computer. Everything runs from the USB key and nothing is installed on the system you want to connect from.






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