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  • News: Sony launches two DV-tape hi-def camcorders

    Sony has unveiled two DV-tape based high-definition camcorders. The HDR-FX1000 and HVR-Z5J will be going on sale in the next couple of months.

  • News: Panasonic plans follow-up to DMC-L10 Digital SLR

    Panasonic will unveil a new Lumix digital SLR camera next week. The follow up to Panasonic's DMC-L10 will be presented at a Tokyo news conference on September 12.

  • News: Toshiba to launch PS3 Cell-based TV in 2009

    At IFA in Berlin today, Toshiba announced that it plans to bring the powerful Cell processor into consumer electronics and launch a TV based on the chip in the second half of 2009.

  • Nikon D90 digital SLR camera

    Nikon has announced the latest addition to its DX range of digital SLR cameras. The Nikon D90 will cost £699 for the body only.

  • Video: Sony DPP FP95 - In Brief

    The Sony DPP FP95 is a direct photo printer that looks good, is well-designed and comes with a carry handle to make its 1.2kg weight easier to transport.

  • News: Microsoft invests in video-streaming firm Move

    Microsoft made an undisclosed investment in Move Networks, a company that supplies streaming video technology, in an attempt to boost its online video presence.

  • News: Microsoft's Photosynth opened up to all

    Photosynth, a new Microsoft technology that automatically stitches together digital photos, is now open to the public

  • Video: Canon Selphy CP770 - In Brief

    With its striking yellow-and-white colour scheme, the Canon Selphy CP770 is a direct photo printer that really stands out.

  • Test Centre: Group test: flat-panel monitors reviewed

    Want a bigger and better screen for watching movies, playing games, juggling documents and surfing the net? PC Advisor checks out eight options across both budget and professional price ranges.

  • News: Microsoft builds simple video-editing software

    Microsoft is working on new technology, which it claims will allow special effects to be added to video footage as simply as a digital photograph can be edited.

  • Opinion: Microsoft uses Olympics to push Silverlight

    Olympics fever has taken over the world, and Microsoft has come up with a clever idea to boost the use of Silverlight: partner with NBC to show clips of Olympic competitions with the Silverlight player.

  • Video: How to fix and find your photos

    Make digital photography fun with tips and free downloads. And make your photography sessions a lot more productive and cost-effective.

  • How-Tos: How to create 3D photos

    Our brains use a variety of clues to calculate how close an object is when we view a scene. Perspective is preserved in photography, but depth is not, resulting in photos that look flat.

  • Video: How to fine tune your HDTV

    Tweak colour, brightness, and contrast settings and then precisely calibrate your screen - we show you how. Get your high-definition television to show off its best picture quality.

  • News: Google acquisition to boost YouTube editing

    Google has bought Omnisio, a start-up company's whose technology be integrated into YouTube to allow users to mix online videos and add comments to clips.

  • News: Adobe releases Photoshop Express upgrades

    Adobe has provided details of some of the new features it's adding to Photoshop Express that were partly responsible for the service being temporarily taken offline last week.

  • Video: Agfa AP2300 - In Brief

    The Agfa AP2300 may look slightly dated, with its dark grey and white fascia, but this compact, but heavy, unit produces excellent prints.

  • News: Sony phone, electronics profits slashed in Q1

    Tough competition in the electronics and mobile phone businesses hit Sony's profits during the April to June quarter of 2008, the company announced today.

  • News: Bargain MP3 players and flash memory expected

    A global glut of NAND flash memory chips, which store songs, photos and other data in gadgets from iPods to digital cameras, will continue for at least the next few months because companies have been slow to rein in production, according to DRAMeXchange Technology.

  • News: 8-step guide to watching TV on your PC and mobile

    What better way to relax than to curl up in front of a good TV show? PC Advisor explains how you can get your daily fix on your PC, wherever your travels might take you.



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