JBL On Tour XT Speaker, Sudio Silhouette, Transfer Big Files
March 18th, 2008

Sometimes we need to send very large files and email isn’t the best way to do so. Many ISPs still restrict the file sizes they allow through their system (as little as 5Mb in some cases), and technologies like FTP are a mystery to many basic-level users.

AccountsEdge, Apple Mac OSX Leopard, CardScan Executive
December 18th, 2007

It might seem steep to pay over $300 for a scanner only six inches wide when you can get a multifunction device that scans, prints, faxes and copies for less. But don’t judge this book by its cover.


Disc storage device can help you get organised
September 20th, 2005

However, if you retrieve data from a large number of discs often, it’s very handy to have them all at your fingertips, and the Stakka is extremely fast and easy to set up and use.

Telstra T-Hub
April 13th, 2010

In the last six months of 2009 Australians made 325 million fewer local calls as we abandoned fixed lines in favour of mobile plans or phone-over-internet services. The T-Hub could be part of Telstra’s plan to recover revenue lost as a result and drive more customers to use a home phone number again.


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.

Oregon Smartglobe 3
December 16th, 2009

Niche? Maybe. But in a world where the biggest media business in history is an online service dedicated to connecting us to the information we want, tools like the Oregon Smartglobe that deploy such information in a more topic-specific environment than a PC browser are going to get more popular.






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