So, after a few delays, Apple finally released the iPod for the TV - the Apple TV. Will this (or similar devices) eventually replace the DVD or will DRM hold back adoption?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Can you be sensitive to modern technology? Believe it or not, some people claim they are.
Why do I get the feeling that Sony executives are worried that the PS3 won't be enough to polish the company's halo and are already looking for excuses?
Are notebook PCs destined to outsell desktop PCs by 2011?
Is Mac OS X more "malware resistant" than Windows and Linux or is the market share too small for hackers to bother with? Does fewer patches for Mac mean increased productivity?
No matter how much is written about Windows Vista, people still seem hungry for more information, and the most commonly asked questions all seem to revolve around upgrading an existing PC to Windows Vista from a previous version of Windows.
Sony's published a list of PS3 compatible PS1 and PS2 games, giving potential customers the chance to see how much of their existing game library is compatible.
The Washington Post has an article by Dan Tynan of PC World listing the top 10 worst PCs of all time. I think that you'll agree that it's a pretty accurate list and contains some real lemons.
What would you, the end users, like to see in the next gen iPod? What's important to you?
It's unlikely that Microsoft is going to allow people to go for a year without activating Windows - so how until it pulls the plug on the SkipRearm hack?