Last year when I looked at what was then the groundbreaking Norton Internet Security 2009, I billed it as a lean, mean, malware fightin’ machine, but with the new 2010 version, it’s an even faster malware blaster!
BlackBerry’s very recently announced Bold 9700 is finally available at retail from Telstra stores today, and other telcos from early December, and given that it’s the best BlackBerry yet, despite strong competition, it should be a Berry Merry Christmas for RIM and telco partners!
Viewsonic's attention to design and aesthetics is strongly reminiscent of a certain 'fruit' company.  I love it. 

Given the price, it is a tough call to up the quality of your ‘play’ instruments for games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band.  But beware; when you get your mitts on the Logitech branded wireless drum kit you may be tempted.

After a long history in monitors, ViewSonic has expanded their offering to include full PCs.  Shipping with WinXP Home edition, this PC-in-a-monitor is definitely for the 'stylish' market.

Although the new iPod Touch was touted to come with a camera, Apple surprised us all by including a video-only camera (and a host of other cool features) in its new iPod nano instead, pointing towards yet another very iPod-y Christmas and holiday shopping season for Apple and millions of existing and new customers.

Blending the “S-Class User Interface” seen on the LG Arena with an 8 megapixel camera, LG has launched the successor to the original Viewty, but is the Viewty Smart a beauty?

If only this worked it could have been the year's must-have Christmas gift for the gadget lover or the hard-to-buy-for. I'm talking about a pocket projector which on paper sounds brilliant: a tiny, battery operated, portable 10 lumens 640x480 video projector. Use it on the plane, the car, your roof, anywhere, without a care for power or weight. If only it worked.



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