Film me, deadly By Heather Mund
We test three new digital video cameras in an homage to film noir.
MP3: Here, there, everywhere By Janelle Brown
The latest digital music
players let you play MP3s on your home stereo, in your car or on the run --
but are they any good?
A soul-sucking parallel world By Janelle Brown
Will you free the residents of
Omikron's totalitarian regime or lose your self in the beauty of this
game's futuristic city?
Dreaming of Dreamcast By Janelle Brown
Stunning graphics make the gaming console a delight to play -- but it'd be even better if Sega got the Net component working.
The great Silicon Valley soap opera By Janelle Brown
Gates as a villain? Jobs an egomaniac? "Pirates of Silicon Valley" doesn't dig too deeply for insight, but it's fun.
Linux for dummies? By Andrew Leonard
Caldera's new package is easy to install -- but it may point the way to an open-source Babel.
Words in your ear By Janelle Brown
Audible's digital Walkman delivers on-demand spoken-word programming -- but only in limited doses.
Move over, Dr. Kevorkian By Mike Britten
The Growth House Web site points the way to a "Good Death."
To catch a thief By Wagner James Au
In this new 3-D game, the emphasis is on stealth instead of shooting
Aliens blew up my garbage dump By Andrew Leonard
SimCity is back -- and managing municipal utilities has never been so much fun
Ethics of the cross hairs By Andrew Leonard
On your computer screen, which is worse -- blasting an alien or shooting a deer?
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Technology reviews archives for: 1998 | 1995-97