Wireless G 10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera (DCS-6620G)

by Keith

As one of the leading provider of wired and wireless IP (Internet Protocol) Cameras, D-Link once again introduces another new member of the SECURICAM Network family of the Internet Cameras: the DCS-6620G. Featuring Wireless G capability (802.11g wireless connectivity) with 10x optical zoom lens, this Internet camera also features dual codec support, built-in microphone, and low light-sensitivity. With its small size, it sits easily undetected in a corner. This device …

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Watson 2.0 from Intellext to compete with Sidebars

by Keith

Watson 2.0

Intellext has announced to launch Watson 2.0 on Friday. Recognised to work as a sidebar, Watson 2.0 is designed to artificially understand the content of the text that any Personal Computer (PC) user is reading or creating, and automatically offers relevant news articles, Word documents, and other Web- or PC-based information for the user. Unlike Google’s Desktop (Sidebar) service as databases were occasionally exchanging with Google servers, Watson 2.0 offers …

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Asus P5WD2 Premum motherboard

by Marc

:-(

I’m not happy – not happy at all. The P5WD2 is Asus’s top end intel motherboard, based on the new 955X chipset. It’s been well reviewed all over the net but I’ve had nothing but problems with mine. Initially I had random problems getting past the BIOS POST – sometimes it would insist it had been overclocked (it hadn’t) and moan about settings. I think I sorted that out by …

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The USB Powered Massage Ball

by Anita

massageball

We all have stress whether we are students sitting in front of our computers seeking out information for that term paper, working for a demanding boss, or just stressing out playing online games. Yes, playing bingo can be stressful when you get close to winning a thousand dollars. But, what can you do? You sure can’t jump up and run to get a massage or take a shower to relieve …

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Hot Stuff Laptops

by Al

Cool Travel

Laptops are designed to be of must use when people are on the move, but they are far from the most ergonomically friendly devices. They generally kick out a considerable amount of heat, which either ends up heating your thighs or being reflected from the desk back into the laptop causing the fans to have a whizzing frenzy. A company called Xbrand may have the answer to your scorched thigh …

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LCD Programmable keyboard – sort of!

by Marc

Programmable keyboard

A few months ago a series of images did the rounds purporting to be a keyboard with a programmable LCD display on each key. As far as I know that one (unfortunately) isn’t in production but United Keys today announced something on the same theme. The 205 pro is a regular QWERTY keyboard with programmable LCD displays on the function keys. Neat idea but I suspect it won’t get an …

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Sonos Digital Music System

by Al

Sonos Digital Music System

I don’t know a single gadget head that hasn’t got a large collection of online music. The first thing I do when I get a CD (bought or borrowed) is rip it. Gee even my mother has an MP3 player. It’s fine having a large collection of music but if you only ever listen to it out of the tinny speakers that came with your PC then you’re just not …

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Xbox media center

by Marc

XBMC

Forget the usual “Media boxes” made by the likes of Pinnacle, D-link, Linksys etc. They’re not that cheap, they have a very restricted set of connection options (who, in this day and age, connects a TV up with the composite video cable?) and most importantly they don’t play back half the file formats that I have lying around on my system. No, what you need to do is pick up …

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