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  • News: Samsung shows USB-powered monitor

    Samsung is demonstrated a world first at a display conference in the US – a computer monitor that’s powered solely via USB.

  • News: Via shows dual-core Nano processor at Computex

    Via Technologies showed off a working prototype of its dual-core x86 processor, the Nano DC, at the Computex exhibition in Taiwan.

  • How-Tos: How to set up a projector in Windows 7

    If there’s one IT product that tends to fox people, it’s the projector. Whether that’s because it’s usually about to enable the person in question to stand up in front of colleagues and give a nerve-racking presentation, or because the projector is needlessly complex, we’ve sat through many meetings that took a while to get started because of ‘projector incompatibility’.

  • News: Intel trails thermal technology, Atom update

    Intel today said it plans to announce a new Atom platform and discuss thermal technology at the Computex tradeshow.

  • News: Intel to release Atom chip for Tablet PCs

    Intel plans to release a version of its Atom processor early next year that's designed for ultra-thin netbooks and tablet computers.

  • News: Wi-Fi shipments to pass 770 million units in 2010

    Wi-Fi IC shipments are forecast to surpass 770 million units in 2010, up almost 33 percent compared to 2009. Shipment of 802.11n ICs will surge ahead of 802.11g and dominate the market this year, accounting for approximately 60 percent of total Wi-Fi IC shipments.

  • Pogoplug media sharing drive

    Data and media sharing aren't the most engaging of terms, but there's no getting away from the fact we've all got lots of digital files and photos and it's tricky to keep tabs on it all.

  • How-Tos: How to buy an Apple iPad - Apple iPad FAQs

    The Apple iPad launches in the UK on 28 May 2010, with demand expected to be sky high. How do you choose the right model, how much will it cost and where should you buy it? Here we answer all of those questions, as well as explaining how to utilise the 3G connectivity of your Apple iPad, and how much that will cost.

  • News: 'Don't buy Apple iPad online' consumers warned

    A leading online retailer today warned UK consumers to be wary of purchasing the Apple iPad from unscrupulous web stores.

  • Video: 3D printers demonstrated at trade show

    Open-source printers build objects using plastic

  • News: Intel cancels Larabee graphics processor

    Intel won't ship its Larrabee graphics processor, but elements of the chip will be used in future server and laptop processors, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.

  • News: Dell printers get document management features

    Dell is embedding document management features in multifunction printers as it tries to establish a foothold in the managed print services market, the company said Thursday.

  • How-Tos: How to supplement system RAM with ReadyBoost

    Adding more RAM is a good first step to speeding up your PC, and the easiest and cheapest way to do so is using a simple USB drive and Windows' ReadyBoost feature.

  • News: GPS upgrade pinpoints location to a metre

    The US is upgrading its 24 Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites in a bid to improve the accuracy of the technology and prevent outages.

  • How-Tos: How to watch the FIFA World Cup in style

    Committed football fans can rejoice: technology is going into overdrive to deliver more ways to enjoy the World Cup football action. PC Advisor outlines ways you can get involved.

  • Test Centre: Group test: Which smartphone has the best video camera?

    Smartphones boast a wealth of useful functions from email and web browsing to video and music playback.

  • Xmi X-Mini MAX II capsule speakers

    The X-Mini MAX II is rather a mouthful but is the name Xmi has given to its latest laptop portable speaker set. Although it looks like a single unit, the X-Mini MAX II is actually a pair of 2.5 Watt speakers held together magnetically. When not in use they pair up and form a sleek capsule. To separate the speakers, just twist and pull apart.

  • Opinion: iPad demand high and rising

    As Google lays the smack down against Apple at day two of its I/O conference, a series of positive reports show us Apple's runaway success with the iPad.

  • LaCie Network Space MAX

    LaCie has launched a dual-disk RAID hard drive that offers both Gigabit Ethernet and media server capabilities.

  • 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



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