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  • News: HP wants Palm Pre OS for internet printers

    HP is buying Palm because it wants the company's WebOS operating system to use in web-connected printers, chairman and CEO Mark Hurd has revealed

  • How-Tos: How to switch off your monitor's burn-in mode

    My monitor stays on even after I've switched off the PC, endlessly flashing through the entire spectrum of colours

  • News: Pictures: The 9 worst technology hoarders... ever

    Some of us have a tendency to hoard. Whether it's spare parts for a car, old correspondence or childhood mementos we just can't bear to part with. However, for some, its technology. I've taken some pictures of the worst tech hoarding areas in my home, along with some other brave souls. Why not check them out?

  • News: MicroSD offers new approach to NFC

    Mobile contactless payments and a wealth of other applications enabled by Near Field Communication (NFC) are coming to mobile handsets over the next 12 months, but not in the format originally envisioned.

  • How-Tos: How to get Windows 7 drivers for your motherboard

    I recently built a PC around an Intel Core i7 950 processor, 3GB of RAM and an Asus Rampage II Extreme motherboard. But the motherboard refuses to recognise Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

  • News: Nvidia Fermi production delays are easing

    Manufacturing problems that delayed the release of Nvidia's high-end Fermi chip family have eased, giving the company a boost in terms of sales and gross margin, the company's chief financial officer said Thursday.

  • News: Toshiba plans new generation of 3D memory chips

    Toshiba will take its first step towards mass production of a new generation of memory chips later this year when it begins construction of a new factory in Japan.

  • Canon CanoScan 9000F

    Canon's latest scanner, the CanoScan 9000F, is aimed at creative agencies and art desks where incredibly detailed drafts and designs needed to be replicated with precision.

  • News: OCZ combines USB 3.0 with SSD in hard drive

    Perhaps this is what USB 3.0 was invented for. Storage maker OCZ Technology has announced a new external drive that combines solid state drive (SSD) with SuperSpeed USB 3.0.

  • Opinion: To overclock, or not to overclock your PC?

    AMD and Intel used to used to abhor overclocking PC processors. No longer. Here's how you can get more from your chip... safely.

  • News: Amazon Kindle vs Apple iPad

    We compare the two best-known e-book readers: the Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle.

  • News: Where to buy e-books or get them for free

    If you've got an e-book reader, here's how to fill it up with your favourite digital books. And some of them are free.

  • ViewSonic PJD 5352 widescreen projector

    Projectors used to be hulking great things that needed to be hung from special brackets (and possibly a reinforced ceiling). These days, you can get a projector built in to a mobile phone.

  • Pentax Optio M90 compact digital camera

    Pentax's latest compact camera is a 12.1Mp model with a 5x optical zoom and a 28mm wide-angle lens. The Optio M90 costs around £199.

  • Kingston DataTraveler 5000 secure USB flash drive

    Kingston has unveiled an ultra-secure version of its Data Traveler flash drive. The Kingston Data Traveler 5000 offers 256bit AES encryption - enough to satisfy the stringent security standards of the US government.

  • Ring Automotive 12v to 240v in car-charger and FM transmitter

    Ring Automotive has unveiled a new version of its E:Can in-car charging device, which allows users to listen to music stored on a MP3 player via their car radio.

  • BenQ 24in V2410T LED monitor

    BenQ has launched a 24in LED-backlit monitor that consumes less energy than LCD displays.

  • How-Tos: How to fix everything: the ultimate guide to fixing technology

    PCs, printers, smartphones, cameras, networks - your stuff will inevitably stop working. Here's how to troubleshoot and fix your most common tech issues.

  • HIS Radeon HD 5550 Silence graphics card

    Graphics card company HIS has unveiled a silent version of its Radeon 5550 graphics card. The HIS Radeon HD 5550 Silence has 1GB of DDR2 graphics memory and supports the DirectX 11 gaming standard.

  • Cideko Air Keyboard

    Gadget sites CuteBitz and Firebox have both announced that they will be stocking the Cideko Air Keyboard – a wireless keyboard with a built-in accelerometer. The keyboard is intended to be used with a range of gadgets from mini computers to TVs.



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