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  • News: Buyers' guide: top 5 photo printers and frames

    PC Advisor's guide to the best photo printers and digital photo frames on the market.

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    PC Advisor's guide to the best point-and-shoot cameras on the market.

  • News: Watch video and BBC iPlayer content on the move

    Being able to enjoy video on the move - from home movies and TV programmes to film trailers and YouTube favourites - is becoming an increasingly popular pastime. Mobile phone handsets are increasingly pursuing this trend, and handheld games consoles really lend themselves to the concept, thanks to their decent screen sizes and resolutions.

  • Wrap-Up Tripod

    Many of the latest compact digital cameras come with built-in image stabilisation software, but mere software can't be expected to compensate for every involuntary jerk.

  • News: YouTube goes widescreen

    YouTube, Google's video-sharing website, will now show embedded video clips in 16:9 aspect ratio rather than the 4:3 ratio that was earlier used.

  • Sharp Aquos HD HN-PP100 photo printers

    Sharp is set to launch a pair of digital photo players that do somewhat more than the average image store: they can also print out the best of the snaps you've loaded up onto them.

  • News: 3G digital cameras planned by mobile group

    3G technology - used in mobile broadband dongles for laptops - could find its way into digital cameras, cars and other devices that could link to mobile phones.

  • News: Adobe Flash Media Server gets dynamic streaming

    Adobe is adding dynamic streaming, which adjusts to the bandwidth rate on the desktop, and DVR capability to its Flash Media Server for streaming of Flash content.

  • News: Video: The five worst movies about the internet

    Hundreds of filmmakers have used the internet as a plot device in their movie masterpieces. However, it doesn't always work out well. Here's the five worst net-related films of all time.

  • News: Video: Five great movies about the internet

    Besides revolutionising communication for the masses, the internet has inspired the imaginations of filmmakers worldwide - with wildly divergent results. Here's one film buff's list of the five best net-related films.

  • Brits to get Flip Mino HD in 2009

    Flip has confirmed that it will launch a high-definition version of its Mino flash-based digital camcorder in the UK.

  • How-Tos: How to create a Flickr photostream

    Tagging is the way the web works these days and, used properly, it can help you climb to the top of an image search results list and get noticed. Here, we show you how to make the most out of your Flickr photostream with tags.

  • News: 3 great digital camera tricks for better photos

    Digital photography makes everything easy, right? Well yes, but sometimes the inner David Bailey requires a bit more control than the average compact point-and-shoot allows. So here are three simple - but detailed - ways to unlock your camera's hidden potential.

  • Hannspree SD7021 digital photo frames

    Hannspree, makers of inexpensive PC monitors and TVs with novelty surrounds, are to launch a pair of widescreen digital photo frames. The £39.99 displays are available from Amazon.

  • GE A735 pink digital compact camera

    General Imaging has unveiled a pink version of its A735 digital compact camera.

  • Western Digital WD TV media player

    Western Digital has launched a £78 media player that can be used to play high-definition video and to show off photos when directly hooked up to an HD TV.

  • News: The 15 best free multimedia downloads

    If you find the media players and related software designed to turn your PC into a multimedia machine a little underwhelming, then check out our favourite 15 video and audio applications, all of which can handle just about any job you can throw at them.

  • News: AOL kills AOL Pictures service

    AOL has notified its users that it is to close its AOL Pictures service at the end of the year.

  • Create Your Own Canvas kit

    If you love the idea of turning your digital pictures into canvas prints to adorn your walls, but you're not so keen on the price (usually £50 and above) then the £9.95 Create Your Own Canvas kit could be just the thing for you.

  • News: XP users must update Internet Explorer 6 now

    Microsoft released 11 security updates yesterday, including fixes for critical security bugs in Windows Active Directory, Internet Explorer, Excel and the Microsoft Host Integration Server, which integrates Windows computers with IBM mainframes.



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