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At CES 2006, we take a look Samsung's new multi-function printer.
Acer's Aspire Z5700 is a fast, media-friendly all-in-one that would serve well as a media hub in a dorm or a den. We'd like to see a bit more polish in its design, and a Blu-ray drive would make it a home run, but on balance we can recommend this system for its speed, its large screen, and its digital media versatility.
Quality printouts and useful standalone functions trump the flawed design and slow speed of this affordable multifunction, which is a good deal for a home or a modest office.
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If you're into saving time on your computer, automating tasks can help, not to mention being a quick way to take some of the hassle out of computing. Shutter for Windows allows you to set up events and corresponding actions, automating your tasks. If you want to create a string of actions, like launching certain applications when you boot up in the morning...you can!
If you're in the market for a fun-looking, clear-sounding set of speakers for you office or dorm room, the JBL Duet II is a good choice.
MSN-TV and KVH are about to launch a system that gives your car a persistent broadband connection as you drive. What will you do with that? Brian Cooley shows us.
In a Pentagon press briefing, Maj. Gen. William Caldwell, spokesman for Multi-National Force-Iraq, talks about the details of the attack and what it means for Iraq.
Sharon Vaknin flexes her muscles to create a Phonedock for your Android phone. It will both charge the phone and automate any task of your choosing.
Molly Wood shows you how to customize your iTunes installation on Windows to create a leaner, slimmer version for just what you need.