INQ
May 27th, 2009

Billed ‘the world’s first Facebook phone’, the easy and fast access to the relevant services after an initial log in is indeed impressive, but if you’re used to using them on your PC’s browser the tiny screen size will feel more than a little restrictive.

Mac OSX Tiger
July 26th, 2005

Since the salad days of 1998, when Apple turned around an impending corporate implosion (thanks to the return of ousted chairman Steve Jobs and the advent of the iMac), they’ve been increasingly more vocal, and also more prolific.


Apple Leaks — is there such a thing?
October 16th, 2008

As the only tech company whose products are anticipated as much as a blockbuster movie or video game, it can afford to be secretive, and its modus operandi not to comment is legendary. Apple doesn’t speculate, comment or advise on anything until the Cupertino High Council has decreed it.

Fujitsu U1010
May 1st, 2008

There’s no room for a trackpad or mouse buttons, so you use a small rubber nodule on one corner that does both. The keys are just on the uncomfortable side of tiny and a quick test produced a few lines of text full of characters hit in errant keystrokes.


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.

Worth 1000 Words
April 1st, 2004

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is one of those funny technologies … a fantastic idea but not half as useful as you think it’s going to be, a bit like digital TV or Matrix sequels.






Transtype Pro Like blank videotapes in the 1980s, TransType is one of those products ...
February 1st, 2008

Panasonic VDR-D300 vs Sony Handycam DCR-DVD605E Panasonic VDR-D300 Price: $1,979 Sony Handycam DCR-DVD605E Price: $949 With the digital revolution in full swing, ...
July 25th, 2006

Seagate FreeAgent Pro If you're the sort of technology buyer who's seduced by a sleek ...
July 24th, 2007

NEC Versa M540 There's always something missing from a laptop computer. Unless you pay $6 ...
April 1st, 2005

Nokia gets down the business with the E61 RRP $749 At half the size of the new crop of ultramobile PCs ...
September 19th, 2006

Most people are familiar with endless spam arriving out of nowhere into ...
June 14th, 2013


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