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Video blogging with Vlog It!

Mar 09, 20062 mins
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Video blogging with Vlog It!

Keith takes Serious Magic’s simple, yet powerful, video blogging tool, Vlog It!, for a test drive. This show was created with the tool.


Apple goes too far with stereo system

We’re taking a break from testing stuff this week to ponder the news of some products coming down the pike:

I may take some hits from the Macintosh and iPod faithful, but I don’t understand the need to spend $350 on a stereo system (Apple’s new iPod Hi-Fi box) to plug my iPod into, when there are less-expensive alternatives that do the same thing.

Plus: Sony Ericsson launches raft of new cell phones; Bring your wireless and voice with you on the road


Whoo! Origami! Whoo!

Wow, Microsoft has announced another device to shove down our collective throats.

Toshiba updates notebook and tablet line

Toshiba’s Digital Products Division this week launched new Satellite notebook models that include Intel’s new Core Duo and Core Solo processors, and updated its Portege Tablet PC.

Logitech announces new mice, speakers and webcams

At CeBIT today, Logitech unveiled a raft of new products in the digital music and home entertainment space, including a new version of the mm50 portable speakers (pictured) for iPod, this time in black to match the black iPod nano or iPod video models.

Companies pitch FM transmitters for iPod nano

Two companies today announced FM transmitters designed for iPod nano users who want to listen to stored content on an FM radio, including a car stereo.

HP launches biz notebooks, super battery

After wireless connectivity (or maybe even before it), the feature that most mobile workers probably ask for is “Longer battery life! More power!”

Xantrex launches new power backup option for SMBs

Xantrex Technology this week launched its Xpower PowerSource 400, a backup power system aimed at the SMB and SOHO markets.

Keith Shaw is an award-winning editor at Network World. In addition to creating the Cool Tools universe of columns, blogs and videocasts, he also edits the weekly DEMOletter newsletter and is the senior editor of product testing at Network World You can reach Keith at