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How to Purchase Your New Cellular Phone

Motorola U6 PEBL - GreenThe cellular phone is no longer just for the rich-&-famous. Millions of people around the world own a cellular phone for communications with work, family and friends. The cellular phone has enabled us to be at almost any place on Earth and dial a phone number and instantly be in communication with another person. But before you buy your first cellular phone or upgrade to a newer phone

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Still a Great Multimedia Player…Microsoft’s Zune

Microsoft ZuneWeighing only 5.6 ounces, 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches and 30GB of storage space, Microsoft’s Zune is just a little larger than Apple’s iPod – and Rocks. The Zune, available in Black, White and Brown, has several impressive features. It sports a 3-inch screen, four-way controller and a custom version of Microsoft’s Portable Media Center OS. The Zune also boasts two features that Apple hasn’t thought to add, an FM Tuner and Wi-Fi. It also has video playback and photo viewing capability.

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New Year’s Resolution: Love Thy Cellular Phone

My hate/love relationship with the cellular phone began back in the early 1980s, before its popular existence. As an afternoon news anchor at a radio station in beautiful Vero Beach, I spent my mornings in aerobics classes with shapely housewives, reading murder mysteries while stretched out on a blanket at the beach, or attending to personal errands. My on-the-air time was from Noon to 6pm. And the folks I worked for treated me like a king, a major market voice come to their sleepy burg. My only encumbrance was a two-way radio to which I was beholden in case of an emergency. It so happened that one of these news emergencies occured while I was getting a pedicure, a process that no doubt ended the career of the unfortunate soul whose task it was to make my toes look lovely. I wanted to toss my two-way into the Atlantic! From that day forward, I’ve hated being accessible to everyone.

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The Basics of a Home Network

Wireless Networking GraphicWithin the past five years, computer prices have fallen and the thought of having more than one computer in the home has become a reality. Today, there are multiple computers in the home and the need for home networks has grown tremendously. If you’ve thought about installing a home network, maybe now is the time to do so. Prices for networking hardware are relatively inexpensive and it is not very difficult to set it up.

What you must first do is

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Are You Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Drive?

Seagate / Barracuda 7200.10 / 500GB / 7200 / 16MB / Serial ATA-300 / OEM / Hard Drive Hard Drives Both Big and Small

You can’t open the digital video that shows your niece taking her first steps.  You can’t save pictures.  You are constantly revamping what data you keep, and what you delete.  Sound familiar? You are probably out of hard disk space.  You’re finally ready to upgrade from the factory hard drive included when you bought your PC. Or maybe your building your own computer for the first time.

No matter what, we have compiled a general guide to what’s out there.  The good, the bad, the downright unnecessary.  Read on and rest assured that you’ll have the know-how you need to make the right hard drive purchase this year. 

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PowerShot A530/A540 Safety Notice Issued

canon_logo.gifAttention Canon Powershot A530 and A540 Owners: You may have a camera which is noted to ‘heat up’ – check this release from Canon for important information.

Safety Notice: PowerShot A530/A540 Overheats

To Customers Who Use the PowerShot A530 / PowerShot A540 Digital Camera:

Thank you for using Canon products.

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Help: storage for pictures and e-mail

Help!My computer has crashed 3 times in the past 6 mo. due to various reasons (probably my inexperience) Every time this happens, I loose my pictures, sent e-mail and Microsoft updates. What product should I purchase for a back up if this happens in the future?

The Seagate backup external hard drive in your last sales flyer looks like it might be the solution, but I am not sure what size to buy. Could you advise please?

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I Have 4 Video Sources! How Do I Connect Them All to My New Plasma TV?

Gefen CAT5-1000 HDThe days of a single television source are over. Games, satellite TVs, DVRs and computers are all able to feed High-Definition digital video into flat panel displays of today. Companies like Gefen help easily ou link your sources to the single input on many HD TVs.

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Tech Update Podcast for 12-26-06

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Lavalier Microphones – Huh?

Lavalier Microphone (Photo Credit: PowerMax.com)With more and more people recording video and producing music, there are some new terms you may begin hearing. One of them is “Lavalier Microphone.”

Lavalier microphones are small microphones that can be clipped onto a person’s shirt to record their voice. They usually have their own power source in the form of a small battery pack with one AA battery. The small size of lavalier microphones make them ideal for sit-down interviews as they provide a close perspective sound and block out a lot of ambient sound such as traffic and wind. Many lavalier microphones are omni-directional, which means that the direction it is pointing is not significant. However, this also means that it can pick up other voices or sounds from nearby, which can distort the speaker’s voice.

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ExpressCard Technology: An Overview

ExpressCardAs technology evolves, one this has remained constant – expandability on notebooks was primarily limited to the ‘PCMCIA (or PC Card) slot in the side. In 2004, the PCMCIA organization released a new technology – ExpressCardTM. This overview will provide an in-depth look at this new interface standard for notebooks and mobile systems.

expresscardnotebook-hi.jpgTouted as the ‘New Standard for High-Performance, Lost-Cost I/O Expansion for Desktop and Mobile Systems,” ExpressCard Technology promises to deliver modular expansion at a lower cost and in a smaller form factor – with up to 2.5Gb/s bandwidth throughput. Users will be able to add memory, communications and security devices by simply inserting ExpressCard modules into their systems. The new standard supports ‘sealed box’ expandability in desktops and allows for thinner notebook design.

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