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  • Video: LG Flatron W2261V - in brief

    Adding to the list of full high-definition monitors now appearing in a compact 22in frame is the LG Flatron W2261V.

  • Video: Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy Edition - In Brief

    The Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy Edition is a USB drive featuring data encryption

  • Video: Apricorn Aegis Vault - In Brief

    The Apricorn Aegis Vault is a 160GB USB hard drive with password-protected 128bit encryption.

  • Video: Novo Minoru 3D Webcam - In Brief

    The world of 3D is brought to web video chats, thanks to the Minoru 3D Webcam from Novo

  • Video: IronKey Personal - In Brief

    The IronKey Personal is an 8GB flash drive that encrypts your data and offers password protection.

  • News: CeBIT suffers 20% drop in attendees

    Europe's largest IT fair saw an almost 20 percent drop in visitors this year but those that did turn up to the six-day event in Hanover were on average a higher quality of attendee than in the past, organisers said on Sunday.

  • Corsair Flash Voyager Port

    Out in the next couple of weeks, and on show here at CeBIT, the Corsair Flash Voyager Port, is a USB hub with built-in software that allows you to use any USB flash drive as a back-up drive with one click.

  • Opinion: CeBIT: Corsair hand makes world's best... RAM

    What do you buy the PC modder who has everything (well, an Intel Core i7 chip)? How about memory that's so perfect it's hand made by a legendary overclocker called Bachuus, then rolled on the thighs of an Amazonian virgin (the last bit is made up).

  • Test Centre: Group test: top 8 digital cameras reviewed

    A great compact digital camera combines intuitive auto settings with comprehensive manual controls. PC Advisor tests eight big-name models to find the right one for you.

  • News: Free Apple iPhones for next two months

    Apple iPhone sales are so poor, the handset is to be given away as Softbank, the exclusive mobile carrier for the iPhone in Japan, finds itself left with a bit of a white elephant.

  • News: Microsoft removes 1m worms from gaming PCs

    Microsoft has revealed that it removed nearly 1 million samples of a particularly virulent password-stealing worm that targets games such as World of Warcraft, Legend of Mir and Gamania

  • Western Digital 2TB My Book World Edition

    Western Digital has added two new models to its 3.5in external hard drive line-up. The WD My Book World Edition comes in 1TB and 2TB variants and offers remote access via any browser as well as being a NAS (network-attached storage) device.

  • Video: Canon Pixma IP3600 - In Brief

    If Darth Vader was buying a photo printer, the £70 Canon Pixma iP3600 would be near the top of his shortlist.

  • News: Garmin and Asus launch first smartphones

    Garmin and Asus used Mobile World Congress to launch the first handsets in their joint smartphone venture, which was announced at the start of the month.

  • News: Toshiba to acquire Fujitsu hard-drive operation

    Toshiba has provisionally acquired Fujitsu's loss-making hard-disk drive business for an undisclosed amount.

  • PNY 8GB USB 2.0 flash drive with BitDefender Antivirus 2009

    PNY has unveiled a new 8GB USB flash drive for netbooks and mini laptops that includes a 6-month subscription to BitDefender Antivirus 2009.

  • News: Intel supports Nvidia SLI in x58 motherboards

    PCs based on Intel's high-end Core i7 processors and motherboards are getting a graphics boost. The chip maker has licensed Nvidia's SLI graphics technology, which allows a computer to use multiple graphics boards simultaneously.

  • Video: HP DreamColor LP2480zx - In Brief

    The DreamColor tag on the HP DreamColor LP2480zx comes from a collaboration between HP and SKG Dreamworks movie studio.

  • Video: World Technology Update, February 9 2009

    Sticker machines are back with a new twist, the iPhone launches in the Middle East and Google introduces two new products. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: HP printer owners exposed by web hack

    HP printer owners are being urged to update firmware in a bid to ensure hackers can't get access to documents previously printed from the device.



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