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We look at compact digital video cameras that make shooting and uploading video clips to YouTube a snap: The Flip Mino, Creative's Vado, RCA's Small Wonder Traveler, DXG's 567VTo, Kodak's Zi6 and JVC's GZ-MS100U.
The company's newest offering is a more affordable, entry-level system than its original product, but you'll have to spend considerably more than the initial $1,000 by the time you put music in every room.
Radar.net is the antithesis of most photo-sharing sites. It shows your pictures only to those you invite to see them. Call it anti-social networking.
Thin, wide, fast and flexible, the 6-megapixel Panasonic FX01 digital camera is perfect for carrying everywhere. And at just $250, the price is right, too.
Panasonic's new Lumix not only has it all, but its price brings it into range for even casual photographers.
Why pay for color you don't need? These four lasers compete with inkjets on initial price and save you money on per-page cost.
Beyond a dual lens configuration, there are plenty of good things about the V570 including a gorgeous 2.5 inch LCD that's useful even in bright sunlight, quick boot-up and more.
Olympus' Stylus 500 raises the bar for point-and-shoot digital cameras with its large LCD, water-resistant housing, speedy operation, and other enhancements. At around $350, this 5-megapixel camera could be one of the few gadgets you decide to carry with you all the time.
Blogs aren't just for blowhards anymore. We review five blogging packages that can suit a range of business sizes and budgets.
Advanced features and high-megapixel CCDs tend to drive up digital camera prices. But Concord Camera Corp. makes an exception to that rule with a new camera that combines a 6-megapixel CCD with great features at a breakthrough price of $230.
Two VoIP phone systems designed for small businesses answer different needs. TalkSwitch can save money for companies with remote offices, while Packet8 provides a low-cost way for businesses to make unlimited calls anywhere in the U.S. or Canada.
The DocuPen is designed to scan 8.5" wide pages in black and white without any computer assistance. It connects to the PC via USB for download and for battery recharge. It can store about 100 monochrome pages before you have to dump its 2Mb flash memory to disk.