Friday, May 06, 2005


A New Photoshop Makes Retouching Reality (Somewhat) Easier
Adobe Photoshop, the world's most popular photo-editing software, has added some new features. What could it possibly have been lacking?
By DAVID POGUE

Stop Them Before They Shoot Again
Digital cameras are taking billions more pictures than anyone wants to see. The notion is finally dawning that perhaps less may still be more.
By AMY HARMON

One Remote to Rule Them All: TV, DVD, Lights, Air-Conditioning
With its 3.5-inch color touch screen, the Nevo SL might be mistaken for a media player or a hand-held video game. But it is a wireless remote control that its makers, Universal Electronics, promise is truly universal.
MICHEL MARRIOTT

I.B.M. Job Cuts Will Hit Europe Especially Hard
I.B.M.'s job cuts will fall heaviest on Germany, France, Britain and Italy, where the costs are high and growth prospects have been dim.
By MARK LANDLER

Now, iButtons for the iPod; Soon, iCuff Links and iTie?
The iTop Button Relocator for the iPod has a unique surface that users can recognize immediately.
ANDREW ZIPERN

Programs That Start When XP Does
My Windows XP machine takes forever to start up. How can I tell what programs are loading during the start-up process?
By J.D. BIERSDORFER

After Cost-Cutting, MCI Posts a Small Loss
MCI Inc. posted a small loss in the first quarter as it made deep cost cuts to offset steep declines in revenue.
By KEN BELSON

Microsoft to Lease Some Ideas to Start-Ups
Microsoft said that it would license its home-grown ideas to venture capital firms and entrepreneurs, in an effort to open its technology to outsiders.
By STEVE LOHR

Off the Couch, Deeper Into the Psyche
Reviews of three new adventure games: Psychonauts, White Chamber and Still Life.
By CHARLES HEROLD

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