Manek Dubash

Manek Dubash is an analyst and journalist with over 30 years experience. Focused on business technology, he observes and comments on enterprise infrastructure issues for a range of industry-influential websites including The Register, ZDNet UK, Computer Weekly and CloudPro, and produces reports for research firm STL Partners.

Manek's views are his alone and do not necessarily represent those of Microsoft.

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Parrot DriveBlue

Parrot DriveBlue

With both legislation and social stigma inhibiting phoning while driving, the next best thing is a hands-free kit. Such devices are usually both intrusive into the fabric of the vehicle and expensive to install. Until now.

May 23, 2003 by in Hardware

Parrot DriveBlue

Parrot DriveBlue

If you've got a Bluetooth phone and you want to use it while driving, this is an excellent solution, marred only by poor documentation and slightly over-aggressive noise reduction.

May 23, 2003 by in Hardware

D-Link DCS-1000W

D-Link DCS-1000W

Ever fancied a Webcam you could install anywhere, with no need for wired network access or lengthy USB cables? D-Link's DSC-1000W could be the answer. This 802.11b-enabled camera includes a Web server that allows you to use either ActiveX or Java to view streaming video from pretty much anywhere.

August 19, 2002 by in Hardware

D-Link DCS-1000W

D-Link DCS-1000W

If you don’t mind the high price, this Wi-Fi-enabled Webcam is a flexible device with many potential uses in security and broadcasting.

August 19, 2002 by in Hardware

Keep your PC quiet

Keep your PC quiet

Your PC's cooling system can be distractingly noisy -- especially if you work at home, away from the background hum of the office. Here's how to minimise the problem.

July 12, 2002 by in Hardware