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Google Toolbar V3 with Google Docs integration

Google Toolbar V3 with Google Docs integration

The new version of Google Toolbar for Firefox has very tight integration with Google Docs and Spreadsheets. It's not enabled by default, but for people who want to keep a copy of their documents online, it's as easy as enabling a few options.

February 9, 2007 by in Google

vPro Inside: New Intel management tech debuts in HP's dc7700

vPro Inside: New Intel management tech debuts in HP's dc7700

Intel has a new Centrino-like brand called vPro. vPro is actually not a technology itself, but rather a brand representing a collection of Intel technologies the core component of which is known as AMT or Active Management Technology. This gallery shows some of first vPro-branded systems (HP's dc7700 line) as well as the management technology in action.

February 7, 2007 by in Intel

Windows Vista killer features

Windows Vista killer features

If you read reviews of Windows Vista in the mainstream media, the criticism you’ll find most often is that there's no killer feature. Oh really? These three features - XMP-based photo tagging, integrated search, and speech recognition - certainly qualify.href="http://blogs.zdnet.com/Bott/?p=190">Windows Vista's Three Killer Features

February 7, 2007 by in Windows

Vista User Migration: Poor performance

Vista User Migration: Poor performance

Part of Mitch Ratcliffe's series comparing the Windows Vista and Mac OS X user experiences, this step-by-step walk-through of Vista's Windows Easy Transfer application shows that there is still some work to be done in Redmond.

February 7, 2007 by in Windows

Panasonic Toughbook CF-W5

Panasonic Toughbook CF-W5

Ruggedised notebooks are generally larger and heavier than their regular counterparts &mdash; an inevitable consequence of designing a strong chassis that's resistant to incursion from water, dust and other materials, and protecting key internal components. Panasonic’s ultraportable <a href="http://www.toughbook.eu/ENG/notebook_cf-w5.aspx">Toughbook CF-W5</a> is what the company calls a '<a href="http://www.toughbook.eu/ENG/semi_ruggedized.aspx">semi-ruggedised</a>' system. It won’t stand being trodden on, but the hard drive and the display should cope with 30cm drops, while the magnesium-thickened chassis offers a generally high level of protection. Meanwhile, heat is dissipated through the case using heat pipes rather than air vents, offering some protection against dust and dirt incursion.

February 6, 2007 by in Laptops

Toshiba's TLP-XD2000U LCD Projector

Toshiba's TLP-XD2000U LCD Projector

Here are a view different angles of Toshiba's new $849 TLP-XD2000U LCD projector. It's not the cheapest in its class (2000 lumens, up to 1024x768 resolution), but it's still a pretty good value. In other words, not the most expensive. Always check the cost of consumables (in this case the bulbs) before buying products that consume things (including printers).

February 6, 2007 by in Hardware

Windows Vista's Firewall offers false sense of security

Windows Vista's Firewall offers false sense of security

Now, with Microsoft Windows Vista in the market, it is a good time to start looking at its resilience to people and code that would just assume do your system harm. In Windows Vista, Microsoft's built in firewall took a step forward from the one offered in Windows XP by offering outbound blocking. But does it get the job done? Not quite.For David Berlind's write-up on Vista's inadequate personal firewall, see his blog post post in ZDNet's TestBed blog.

February 5, 2007 by in Windows

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