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  • 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.

  • News: Infosec: Kaspersky kills off the iPhone

    The death of the iPhone is being foretold and the outlook for the PC and laptop aren't much better. Influential security company CEO Eugene Kaspersky told PC Advisor today that both are set to be consigned to history.

  • News: Sony to stop floppy disk production in Japan

    Sony has revealed it will stop manufacturing floppy disks early next year.

  • News: USB stick comes with PIN entry keypad

    A US company has created a USB stick that comes with a full PIN entry keypad.

  • How-Tos: How to upgrade a laptop's processor

    I'd like to upgrade my HP laptop's 2.1GHz Intel T8100 dual-core processor so I can use it for games such as Grand Theft Auto IV. Is this feasible, and what are the possible pitfalls?

  • How-Tos: How to use an old scanner with no Windows 7 drivers

    QUESTION I'd like to use my seven-year-old Canon CanoScan D1250U2 scanner with my new PC, but its driver isn't compatible with Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. I can't find any new drivers for this model on Canon's website.

  • News: Intel 'Sandy Bridge' PCs coming early 2011

    The latest family of Intel microprocessors, code-named Sandy Bridge, will be in production by the end of this year, while desktops and laptops with the chips will likely be on world markets in early 2011.

  • Sanyo Xacti VPC-SH1 Full HD camcorder

    Sanyo has launched a Full HD 1920x1080-pixel digital camera that can also take 10Mp still photos. Sanyo is also touting the Xacti VPC-SH1's 30x zoom.

  • Sandberg VGA to HDMI converter box

    If you've ever wanted to browse the web or play your favourite computer games on your brand new LCD TV, but were never quite sure exactly how to do it, Danish company Sandberg may have the answer.

  • News: Five ways to improve your flash photography

    We've put together five top tips for using flash photography to ensure your pictures come out perfectly every time.

  • News: Revealed: What error messages really mean

    Error messages on technology devices are fairly bland and without the slightest trace of humour or sarcasm. With this in mind, we've put together a collection of some of tech's most obviously euphemistic error and warning messages, followed by what we think our devices would say if they were a little more, uh, human.

  • News: Pictures: The 15 best concept wrist watches

    Sure, these 15 concept wrist watches might not be as convenient as a Timex or as classy as a Rolex, but they would catch anyone's eye - if they actually existed.

  • Opinion: How I stopped worrying and learned to love the iPad

    I don't need an iPad. I definitely don't need an Apple iPad. But it's, you know, so pretty...

  • RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 white

    RIM has unveiled a new version of its BlackBerry Bold 9700 handset. It now comes in white and will initially be available on the T-Mobile network and through Carphone Warehouse stores.

  • Optoma PK102 pico projector

    Optoma has launched a second version of its PK pico projectors. The PK102 went onsale in the US earlier in the year and has now been launched in the UK.

  • Drobo FS media-sharing drive

    Drobo has launched an external hard drive that automatically back up files and folders and that also offers media-sharing capabilities. The Drobo FS drive is a shared storage drive that can expanded with additional drives as the users' needs increase.

  • News: 15 revolutionary concept printers

    Printers don't tend to change dramatically as manufacturers refresh their lines, unlike mobile phones for example.

  • Soyntec Wiffinder 410 Executive Case

    More and more of us are logging on to the internet from cafés, hotels and airports. But trying to find a 'usable' signal in a hot spot area can be a bit of a chore. It's frustrating powering up your notebook only to find the available signal isn't good enough.



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