The last time we covered 19in monitors was way back in October 1998 when the 19in screen size was only just becoming a viable option for consumers and home users. At the time the cheapest screen on te
Microsoft has been producing its Encarta Encyclopedia and World Atlas since the early 1990s, but despite several attempts it has never produced anything that could rightfully claim to be an Australian edition...
The Fujifilm FinePix 40i is one of a new breed that will perform both still and video capture as well as accommodate playback of MP3 digital audio
If were to believe the hyperbole, this technology will do for digital technology what the invention of the parachute did for skydiving.
On rare occasions, however, we receive a Gateway PC that does not live up to our expectations, and unfortunately this is one of them.
The booming interest in genealogy created by the Internet has provided a lucrative market for programs that help the home user research and create their family tree...
With advanced packages such as the latest Photoshop (to be reviewed next month) Adobe is the leading software developer when it comes to traditional graphic design...
It's a truism that you set a thief to catch a thief. Hacking Exposed takes this truism into the 21st century...
Back in September Hercules impressed us all by blowing away the competition in our 3D graphics card Labs..
There is quite simply no holding nVidia back. Hot on the heels of the top-performance GeForce2 GTS chipset, with its capacity for up to 64Mb of fast DDR...
The future holds a lot of interest for industrial designers. Now they are unshackled from the beige box we can expect to see computers in all shapes and sizes. In the United States you can already get
This book aims to provide information on Microsofts latest operating system, in a fast and easy to digest style.
In the tradition of the Dummies series, spends the first part of the book familiarising readers with hardware terminology
The impact Steve Jobs and Jonathan Ive have had on the personal computer is immense. At Macworld in Tokyo earlier this year half of the exhibition floor was taken up with colour accessories - no longe
Raw computational power is being brought to bear on every stage of genome research from the moment the biologists tip their goo into a sequencing machine...
The first thing that struck me about the Camedia C-990 Zoom was that it looks and feels like a camera.
Designer Jonathan Ive and Apple boss Steve Jobs unleashed the iMac - a brightly coloured, translucent desktop computer like nothing the IT industry had seen before. Despite the stunned mutterings and
Apple's success can be measured not only in the improvement to its bottom line but in the number of would-be imitators, all of whom have been sent packing by the courts. It also has shattered once and
Philips is no slouch when it comes to the monitor game, and the proof is in the outstanding Philips Brilliance 109P10...
Over the last few years there is no doubt mainstream PCs have leant increasingly towards visual applications. The power of visually communicating has grown in acceptance as more and more products and applications reach fruition.
Samsungs multi-use camera comes with everything youd expect and then some. Twenty-first century style headphones, a transparent carry case, USB connector cable, tilt/swivel stand and our review camera came with a 16Mb (RCA brand) Compact Flash memory card.
It is perhaps understandable that mobile phones should be the real leaders in the techno fashion stakes; after all there are close to one billion of them in circulation and the number is growing daily
Supercomputers crunch data that could hold the secret of life,
the weather and the effect of nuclear war. David Tebbutt investigates.
Internet supercomputing is in its infancy, but it holds a lot of potential for the future of computers and science...
Just as supercomputers have played a key role in unravelling the genome code...
Is it worlds colliding or simply the inevitable? David Hellaby investigates the merging of fashion and computing.
Something associated with mice, bugs, crashes and screen dumps is
Sometimes a book gets everything right, including the back cover bumpf. The Complete Reference: Web Design is a fine example - flip the book over and youre promised all you need to plan, build, and maintain dynamic Web sites that balance form and function.
That presents a serious problem to the printing industry, which until now has not had to worry too much about the aesthetics of the devices it manufactures. Now the manufacturers are having to put a l
The first problem you face when reviewing a Linux reference title is that you know youre on to a loser.
VideoLogic is a name few people would now instantly associate with graphics accelerators. In fact, its parent company, Imagination Technologies, was present at the birth of the PC 3D accelerator field in June 1996 with its PowerVR card.