Displaying items by tag: Webcam

Sunday, 21 February 2010 00:40

US school spies on students at home

A US school has been accused of spying on a student at his home via the in-built webcam in the school-provided laptop.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 30 July 2009 09:00

Logitech widens webcam range

Logitech has announced a range of new webcams covering various price points.

Vid, a free application from Logitech, is designed for those who find existing video calling software too daunting.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009 12:49

New mice, keyboard and webcam from Microsoft

Microsoft has boosted its range of peripherals. New models include a pair of mice, a keyboard, and a webcam.
Published in Home Tech
Friday, 27 March 2009 10:30

Mars webcam back online

The 'webcam' aboard the Mars Express probe has been shut down for three months, but now it is back online.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 09 December 2008 09:12

Mars webcam goes dark

Mars has moved behind the Sun (from an Earthbound perspective), so the webcam aboard the Mars Express space probe has been shut down until the northern spring.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 20:15

Windows speaks your instant messaging dialect, too

Windows, whether XP or Vista, is home to all the major instant messenger (IM) clients, and for things like Skype, unquestionably has the best versions. But if you’re hankering to talk to multiple friends on multiple IM systems at the same time, and you want some open source goodness without having to go through the pain of learning Linux, try Pidgin for Windows instead – the open source program that lets you talk freely.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 10 September 2008 09:54

Get ready: Blue is the new red, says Microsoft

Sorry, but those red LED optical mice are passé. Blue is the way to go, according to Microsoft, even though the company's latest mice still use red laser technology! If you can't wait until BlueTrack arrives in November, Microsoft has a swag of new peripherals coming during September and October.

Published in Home Tech
Why would you need an external webcam for Macs when they all come with a built-in webcam? Because of better picture quality, a better lens, better autofocus and VGA quality chat sessions that are four times sharper than the standard experience – or so Logitech is promising!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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