Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, NEC Versa P8310, Omnipage Pro 16
February 5th, 2008

OCR technology isn’t new but it’s very underused in today’s world. With the promise of the paperless office now long forgotten, how many times do you wish you had an electronic version of a hard copy document? Enter OCR.

Honeymoon Suite
December 1st, 2005

Taking a leaf out of the Apple marketing manual, Adobe is in full steam ahead mode, barely letting us catch our breath over one sweeping upgrade before they roll out the next.


Apacer AU840 MP3 Player, Driving Licence Success, Palm Treo 500
April 22nd, 2008

The CD offered to install drivers for Windows 98 or something called a setup utility that appeared in some garbled foreign language, therefore unusable. Then we opened Windows Media Player to try and use the inbuilt sync but the software didn’t recognise the player.

O2 Xda Flame, KonicaMinolta Bizhub C550, Apple iLife
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.


First Look: Final Cut Pro 6
October 1st, 2007

The Avid suite of products are still the first choice for pros, but Final Cut proved long ago it could do the same job, and with so many good features both new and old, Final Cut Pro 6 edges Apple one step closer to dominating yet another field.

Studio in a Box
August 1st, 2002

Unless you’re talking film editing or high-end 3D rendering, computer software doesn’t come as RAM hungry as Photoshop. On a brand new G4 or Pentium III it was like lightning, but on the original Pentiums and Power Macs plenty of us are still saddled with, it was fraught with twitchy, irritating delays.






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