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  • News: Apple iPad to get front-facing camera

    The redesigned iPod Touch stole the show at Apple's fall music event, but the Cupertino company may have a bigger trick up its sleeve in the coming months: an updated iPad.

  • News: IBC 2010: AMD launches ATI FirePro V9800

    AMD has used the IBC trade show in Amsterdam to launch ATI FirePro V9800 graphics card, which boasts a whopping 4GB of RAM.

  • News: Intel to reveal Sandy Bridge processors at IDF next year

    Laptops and desktops with Intel's next-generation Core chips will ship early next year, and the chip maker will use its conference next week to highlight the architecture behind the new processors.

  • News: Two new Snapdragon processors coming next year

    Qualcomm plans to launch two new Snapdragon processors next year.

  • How-Tos: How to make digital photos appear quickly

    FORUM QUESTION I have a 10Mp camera. When viewing photos it takes a couple of seconds for each one to become sharp. Would a better graphics card than my six-year-old nVidia GeForce FX2500 speed up this process?

  • How-Tos: How to repair a hard drive that won't boot

    My Windows 7 PC has four hard drives (C, E, F and G). I've been having a lot of trouble with them lately, and a couple of weeks ago my computer wouldn't start up. I ran through Startup Repair a few times, but it hasn't helped. I've tried disconnecting my secondary hard drives and reconnecting them one at a time following restarts. Everything worked fine for a while but, after I tried to burn a DVD, I again got a locked-up computer with only two of the four drives available. Selectively adding the drives hasn't cured things this time, although the C drive continues to work normally.

  • How-Tos: How to install a second hard drive

    I want to install a second hard drive for backup purposes. I think I have a SATA drive at present. How can I be sure, and how do I go about installing a new drive?

  • Sennheiser HD 598 headphones

    Sennheiser has taken the wraps off its latest luxury headphones. The speaker and headphone specialist has added three new headphones to its 500 series of luxury earcandy this summer.

  • How-Tos: How to clean a virus off a USB stick

    As a regular speaker at conferences, I carry my presentations on a USB memory key and plug it into the organiser's laptop to access them. In doing so, I believe my USB drive has picked up some malware. In Windows it appears on the desktop as a green icon with 'Keygen' written on it. It also creates a message box saying 'UpdateNetFramework'. If I delete the file it simply reappears. Norton Antivirus 2009 hasn't managed to eradicate it, and I now have the same message on all the USB drives I use.

  • News: Toshiba launches Folio 100 tablet

    10.1in Android device unveiled at IFA show

  • How-Tos: How to: Set up a Wi-Fi router and home network

    We hate to see precious bandwidth go to waste. Here, we outline how to make a trickle of connectivity go a long, long way.

  • How-Tos: How to: Set up a 3G failover

    Mobile broadband is a useful alternative for getting online when a connection via your usual means isn’t possible. We show you how to set up a 3G failover.

  • News: Huawei and Google launch Android 2.2 smartphone

    Google and Huawei have announced an Android smartphone that runs the Android 2.2 mobile OS. Huawei says the IDEOS phone is the first mass-market handset to be offered with the Android 2.2 OS preinstalled. The Huawei IDEOS will carry a recommended SIM-free price tag of between £99 and £129.

  • News: Apple announces new Apple TV

    Steve Jobs has announced the second-generation Apple TV, a small black box roughly 1/4 the footprint of the old one

  • News: Apple announces new iPods at annual music event

    At Apple's annual music event in San Francisco tonight, Steve Jobs announces redesigned versions of every flavour of Apple iPod. He demonstrated refreshed versions of the iPod shuffle, nano, classic and touch.

  • News: Back to school gadget guide

    Students need more than text books and a new PE kit when they head back to school, college or university for the new term. Computer peripherals, gadgets and even smartphone apps are a must-have too

  • Viewsonic Vx2450wm LED monitor

    Viewsonic has launched three new widescreen LED monitors, all of which take advantage of the reduced power consumption of LED technology. The 23.6in Viewsonic Vx2450wm offers HDMI connectivity and Full HD 1080i viewing and offers a staggering 20 million:1 dynamic contrast ratio.

  • News: IBM deep sleep chips draw almost no power

    IBM is developing a new deep-sleep mode for its Power processors that will allow them to draw almost no power when they are idle, an IBM engineer said at the Hot Chips conference on Monday.

  • Ricoh CX4 digital camera

    Ricoh has come up with a fourth model in its CX range of larger-than-average compact cameras. The Ricoh CX4 is a 10Mp camera with a wideangle lens and a 10.7x (28 to 300mm) optical zoom. It is able to track subjects in a scene as well as to focus-lock on them. Lens shift image stabilisation helps ensure blur-free photos.

  • Samsung SCX-3205W multifunction mono laser printer

    Samsung has launched a monochrome multifunction laser printer with built-in Wi-Fi. The Samsung SCX-3205 can copy and scan in documents as well as producing printouts of them.


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