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  • Serif Page Plus X3 software

    Serif has released PagePlus X3, an updated version of its desktop publishing program. The £79 DTP package is certified for use with Windows Vista PCs.

  • Orange Liveradio internet radio

    Orange is getting into internet radio. It is launching a £99 wireless internet radio that streams music from any of around 4,000 web-based radio stations and can also be synchronised with an Orange mobile phone.

  • Video: Dell Inspiron 1525 user review

    Here's a user review of Dell's workhorse laptop the Inspiron 1525.

  • Photobox adds Picnik photo editor

    Photobox.co.uk has updated its online printing and gallery service with the integration of online photo-editing tools from Picnik.

  • MSI confirms specs for Wind mini laptop

    MSI has fleshed out details of its forthcoming MSI Wind PC – a mini laptop designed to compete directly with the likes of Asus' Eee PC and HP's Mini-Note.

  • HannsG HG281DJ 28in widescreen HD monitor

    HannsG has launched the HG281DJ, a new 28in widescreen monitor with HD capability designed to fulfill both gamers' and movie fans' display needs.

  • Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam

    Creative has launched a new pocket-sized video camera. The Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam offers a 640x480-pixel VGA video resolution and has a 2in colour screen. Pricing has yet to be confirmed.

  • Olympus E-520 digital SLR camera

    Olympus has confirmed the launch of a 10.1Mp digital SLR camera, the E-520. The £479 digital SLR model will go onsale in the UK in June.

  • BlackBerry Bold 9000 3G smartphone

    Research In Motion, maker of the BlackBerry range of push email smartphones, has officially announced its Bold handset.

  • PLDS DH-4B1S internal Blu-ray drive

    PLDS - the partnership between Philips and Lite-On Digital Solutions - has released the DH-4B1S – a successor to its first internal Blu-ray drive, which was launched last year.

  • Gear4 Duo portable iPod speaker dock

    Gear4 has launched the Duo - £149 home speaker system for iPods that features a detachable portable speaker.

  • Canon launches Selphy CP770 and CP760 photo printers

    Canon has added two new direct photo printers to its Selphy range. Described as 'home photo labs', the Selphy CP770 and CP760 are intended to offer "a convenient combination of lab-quality photo printing and supreme ease of operation".

  • WhiteSmoke 2008 Extended Edition spellchecker

    Whitesmoke has launched an updated version of its grammar and spelling checker software.

  • Panasonic PZ81 Freesat plasma TVs

    Panasonic is the first TV maker to launch a dedicated Freesat plasma TV screen. Panasonic says its PZ81 plasma TV range, which launches in June, will come with integrated tuners capable of picking up Freesat free-to-air satellite TV channels.

  • Humax Foxsat-HD Freesat digital TV box

    Set-top box maker Humax is first in line with a Freesat box. The Humax Foxsat-HD Freesat is a £149 digital TV box that provides access to more than 80 Freesat TV channels.

  • Wayfinder Navigator navigation software

    Wayfinder has launched an updated version of its Navigator software for mobile phones. The €79 per continent software comes with Wayfinder SpeedAlerts as well as indepth road maps.

  • Hawking Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Dish Adaptor boosts 802.11n wireless range

    Hawking Technology's Hi-Gain Wireless-300N is a USB device designed to enable high-speed wireless connections with an 802.11n router, boasting up to 600% greater range than built-in WiFi devices.

  • Microsoft Pro Photo Tools

    Microsoft has begun offering a free tool that lets photo fans add geographic details to their snaps. Microsoft Pro Photo Tools is a geocaching program that can be downloaded for free from www.microsoft.com/prophoto.

  • Parrot 'designer collection' Bluetooth digital photo frame

    Parrot is launching the first in its 'designer collection' range of Bluetooth-enabled digital products.

  • NDrive G280 and G800 photo satnav devices

    NDrive is launching two satellite navigation products that rely on photos rather than maps to lead the way.



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