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Iphone controls your computer as well as your life

First INQpressions Logmein Ignition

Wed Jan 21 2009, 15:01

Another Bluetooth dating service - Bluehoo

Still only on its milk teeth

Mon Dec 08 2008, 17:23

Linux PVR and Media Centre gets HD

Unboxing OSD 2.0 has plenty of room for expansion

Tue Aug 19 2008, 13:30

A look at Java's new Visualvm

First Inqpressions Free Java tool investigated

Wed Jul 16 2008, 18:48

Nero 8 update changes little but confuses quite a bit

First INQpressions Nero 8 disk burning software

Mon Oct 15 2007, 11:10

VMware Workstation 6 leads us a merry dance

First INQpressions Virtual realities

Tue Sep 04 2007, 14:58

Scribes is a smart editor

First INQpressions We've been loking for one for years...

Wed Aug 01 2007, 10:43

Norton Ghost 12.0 is no phantom of its former self

First INQpressions Tomb with a view

Tue Jul 17 2007, 14:56

There's money in the foothills of that thar sex

Review Fraudian slips galore in sex.com book

Fri May 18 2007, 20:38

Watermarking software marks without water

First INQpressions Watermark Factory v2.5

Tue May 01 2007, 11:28

SeaMonkey 1.1 offers a good alternative to Firefox

First INQpressions Mozilla seen alive and kicking

Thu Mar 01 2007, 01:24

Vole redesigns our Office space

First INQpressions Microsoft Office 2007

Thu Feb 01 2007, 17:37

Photoshop Elements gets broken down

First INQpressions Animated Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Elements

Tue Jan 23 2007, 17:12

Solicall shuts out the noise

First INQpression Solicall VoIP noise reduction

Thu Jan 04 2007, 17:02

V-Ranger shoots from the hip

First INQpression Biostar Sigma Gate V7603GS21

Thu Dec 21 2006, 17:05

Vista RTM upgrade works from Vista RC2 Desktop

Third INQpression How cool

Tue Nov 21 2006, 11:51

Vista RTM tells a RAM graphic tale

First graphic INQpressions Works great with OCZ 2 GB+, Sapphire Radeon X1950XTX

Fri Nov 17 2006, 15:22

Windows 7 is enough to kill Linux on the desktop

First INQpressions Should damage Apple too

Wed Jan 14 2009, 11:22

Microsoft Live Search Maps hates Chrome and Firefox

First INQpressions Microsoft adds Buenos Aires and speaks Portuguese

Mon Sep 29 2008, 18:51

Track down your buddies via their mobile phones

Review Sniff is nice idea - shame it has no legs

Thu Jul 24 2008, 21:02

Citebite tracks down web quotations the easy way

Quick Butcher's Does one simple thing, and does it well

Tue Jul 15 2008, 15:08

Norton's smart overhaul battles drive-by downloads, et al.

First INQpressions Norton Internet Security 2008

Tue Sep 18 2007, 13:09

Three flavours of Open Source distros reviewed

First INQpressions Mild, medium, and with extra spice

Mon Aug 27 2007, 15:06

Cardscan might save your business life

First INQpressions Cardscan Executive v8

Mon Jul 23 2007, 20:00

We have a twiddle with Apple's Vista Surfari

First INQpressions Wipe out

Tue Jun 12 2007, 13:24

Linux too vanilla? Try this

First INQpressions PC-BSD 1.3: Basic, simple, does the job

Tue May 15 2007, 12:51

Babel Linux distro is all spin and costs a bob or two

First INQpressions BabelDisc Linux thingummy

Wed Apr 18 2007, 15:12

Linux proves almost desktop-ready

Brief INQpressions Close but no cigar

Wed Feb 28 2007, 15:51

Vista's pretty but we may as well stick with XP, thanks

First INQpressions Windows Vista Ultimate. Only £370!

Tue Jan 30 2007, 13:23

Rosetta language modules submerge you, in deep

First Inqpressions Learn as you go-go

Sun Jan 21 2007, 13:44

CyberLink unifies HD and BD playback

First INQpressions CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra

Wed Jan 03 2007, 10:54

Testing Vista's different memory configurations

First INQpression Vista 32-bit with 512, 1024, 2048 and 4096MB memory

Mon Dec 04 2006, 13:13

Vista RTM goes into sleep state

Second INQpression But the network dozes off

Mon Nov 20 2006, 15:56

Vista MSDN RTM impresses

First INQpressions Polished

Mon Nov 13 2006, 11:16

Zalman FPS Gun lives up to it name

First Inqpressions Shooter hangs 'em high

Mon Jan 05 2009, 10:51

Google's Chrome in a word: revolutionary

First INQpressions Blazingly fast. JavaScript still not 100 per cent compatible

Wed Sep 03 2008, 09:41

IE7Pro turns Windows' browser into a Firefox copycat

INQpressions Extensions and GreaseMonkey-like scripts

Thu Jul 24 2008, 09:49

Ghost 14 a spectral image of 12

First INQpressions Norton Ghost 14.0

Fri May 23 2008, 13:26

All the fun of Photoshop at one sixth of the price

First INQpressions Corel Paint Shop Pro PHOTO X2

Wed Sep 12 2007, 12:53

Google's paid storage gives oxygen to e-mail hoarders

First INQpressions OK but has quirks to be ironed out

Fri Aug 10 2007, 15:55

Hitachi Deskstar terabyte drive makes competition look like dogs

First INQpressions The Woof and the Warp

Fri Jul 20 2007, 19:50

Mud don't stick to Adobe's Acrobat package

First INQpression Apart from its rather muddy pricing

Sun May 27 2007, 21:24

You can make money out of your bog

Review Print on bog paper and be damned

Tue May 08 2007, 19:43

Improve your work life balance with Vista

Second INQpressions Gives you more time to do all those important little things

Wed Mar 07 2007, 15:33

Ubuntu spurns Microsoft's advances

Second INQpression Open source, closed minds

Tue Feb 20 2007, 13:13

Hauppauge tunes you in whether you're in or out

First INQpressions Hauppauge WinTV HVR-3000 and Nova-TD-Stick TV Tuner

Fri Jan 26 2007, 17:51

Trustware enters the BufferZone

First Inqpressions Trustware BufferZone

Tue Jan 16 2007, 15:26

Game needing 2007 hardware reviewed

First INQpressions Fright Stimulator X is hubris

Sun Dec 31 2006, 22:16

Graphics showdown comes to Vista on Intel Core 2 duo system

Fourth INQpression ATI v Nvidia on EVGA Nforce 680i

Thu Nov 30 2006, 14:56

Text audio convertor gives Vole chance to chat

First INQpressions MagneticTime - text to audio converter

Mon Nov 20 2006, 10:32
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