In a dark castle, somewhere in deepest Transylvania, HP's bosses squint into a crystal ball. "What do you see?" says one. "Everyone's in Barcelona at MWC" comes the reply. "Ah! So the last thing anyone would expect is for us to release five different mice and a webcam, with some targeted towards women!". Joking aside, here we've got four mice, a mouse-and-keyboard combo, and a webcam. They run the gamut of target audiences, from gamers to girls (not that two audiences can't overlap) and they all look pretty, so I've stuck them in the gallery. Click on the flowery number below to begin.
Teamviewer did a fantastic job this morning when I used to it to help my Dad troubleshoot a network issue. Despite him living in a remote village in eastern France, I was able to quickly and securely view his desktop. If I'd wanted to, I'd have been able to conduct a presentation, transfer a file, or join a VPN. All he needed to do was install a small program, and give me a userID and password. Seriously - if my Dad could manage it, then it can't have been tricky. It's free for non-commercial use, and very functional. I can't recommend it enough. Now all you need to know is how to actually fix the damn thing. For that, I recommend this guide from Lifehacker. Good luck, and don't forget to set their homepage to Tech Digest when you're done. TeamViewer Related posts: Skype 4 for Windows now available | Google Earth adds oceans, hits 5.0