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  • News: Toshiba launches new Blu-ray rival

    Toshiba has released details of a new service that will allow consumers to download movies and music onto flash memory cards using special self-service kiosks.

  • Sony unveils new Cyber-shot cameras

    Sony has expanded its Cyber-shot range of digital compact cameras with three new models that feature Smile Shutter and Intelligent Scene Recognition technology, previously only available on high-end models in the Cyber-shot range.

  • Canon Legria HF S10 and HF S100 camcorders

    Canon is set to show off 11 new digital video cameras at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. Known in the US as the Vixia HF S10 and HF S100 high-definition models, UK consumers will instead need to get used to calling them the Legria HF S10 and HF S100.

  • News: Picasa for Mac now available

    Google has released a public beta of its Picasa for Mac desktop software for organising, editing, and uploading photos.

  • Kodak Z980 Smart Capture digital camera

    Kodak will use CES (the Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place in Las Vegas this week) to unveil a 26mm fixed-lens digital camera. The Kodak Z980 will have a 24x optical zoom and be able to capture 12 megapixels of detail.

  • Kodak Zx1 high-definition digital video camera

    Kodak has unveiled a Mino HD-like high-definition digital video camera known as the Zx1. The weather-resistant camera can capture video at 720p and either 30 or 60fps (frames per second). Footage can be played back on its 2.7in LCD screen.

  • Video: The best future tech products of 2008

    PC Advisor's round-up of the most exciting technology prototypes demoed during 2008

  • News: Samsung digital photo frames ship with Trojan

    For the second year in a row, some of those digital photo frames lying under the Christmas tree may come with a nasty surprise.

  • News: PC Advisor's top 5 technology video reviews

    PC Advisor TV contains hundreds of news, reviews and product videos. But which of our expert video reviews are the most popular?

  • Test Centre: Group test: 6 HD camcorders reviewed

    Digital video has seen a huge boost thanks to the success of YouTube and the availability of inexpensive flash storage. PC Advisor tests some modestly priced HD camcorders

  • News: 10 PC projects: teach your camera new tricks

    Adding features to your camera is much easier than you think, and it can make a real difference to your photography.

  • News: Make your PC a multimedia powerhouse

    These days our PCs and portable devices burst with multimedia files, but our movies and music are not always as flexible and available as we'd like. PC Advisor shows you how play iTunes tracks on any device, and rip DVD movies to a media player.

  • 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.

  • News: Buyers' guide: top 5 compact cameras reviewed

    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.



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