Kindle Scribe vs ReMarkable 2 Tablet: Digitize your notes
Amazon is one of the first giants to release an e-ink writing tablet, but it's not the first company to feature an e-ink device that you can write on. Here are our first impressions of two top choices, and which one you should choose for taking notes on the go.
Monoprice SYNC-ANC Bluetooth Headphones: Great sound, not-so-great ANC
Monoprice's SYNC-ANC Bluetooth headphones claim to offer active noise cancellation at a price that's well below competition from Sony and Bose. While that discount shows in the ANC quality, these unique headphones are still well worth a look.
Garmin Fenix 7X Sapphire Solar review: in pictures
The Garmin Fenix 7X Sapphire Solar is not an inexpensive watch, but it may be the last wearable you need for years. It supports an exhaustive number of activities, lasts for weeks, has a big visible display, is built to last with luxury materials, and excels in just about every respect.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G review: in pics
After spending a week with the Galaxy S21 FE, it's clearly a decent option for Samsung fans that comes at a time when a Samsung flagship is right around the corner and a lower-priced Google Pixel phone may be better for camera users. It's a solid option for many, but would be better at $100 lower starting price.
Garmin Vivomove Sport review: in pictures
Some people enjoy wearing standard watches and can even be found with a regular watch on one wrist and a fitness tracker on the other. The Garmin Vivomove Sport hybrid watch offers a bit of both and provides more health and fitness functions than you might think at first glance.
Garmin Venu 2 Plus review: in pictures
I've never considered Garmin's GPS sports watches as smartwatches, but with the addition of phone call support and hands-free voice assistants the Venu 2 Plus could be considered a smartwatch. These new features and the capability of the Garmin ecosystem make the Venu 2 Plus an extremely compelling wearable to kick off 2022.
Is desktop security broken beyond repair?
At the AusCERT 2007 conference in Queensland last week, keynote speaker Ivan Krstić, who is the director of security architecture for the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, told attendees that desktop security was fundamentally broken. We asked several security experts who attended the conference if they agreed and how the problem could be fixed.
Vista ShadowCopy forgives unwise edits
If you start editing a document and then, after making numerous changes and saving the changes, you realise you shouldn't have made the changes in the first place, ShadowCopy might save the day. In this video we demonstrate how to access a "backup" version of the file that was created by Vista.
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