Friday, May 06, 2005


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

A Ribbon Runs Through It
Spring's most feminine fashions are bedecked with ribbons and bows.
By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM

Taxis to Go High Tech With Credit Cards and Commercials
Riders will have to wait longer until they can use credit cards in all New York City taxicabs, and they may have to endure commercials in the back seat.
By SEWELL CHAN

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

Small Speakers Improve That Tiny Laptop Sound
To improve the dismal audio quality of their laptops, travelers can now try the SPC-400 Sound Effects Notebook Sound Case.
IAN AUSTEN

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

A Flat-Panel Revolution Is Changing the Look of Computer Monitors
The Flatiron monitors (models L1780U and L1980U) recently introduced by LG Electronics USA (www.lgusa.com) are among the slimmest flat-screens in their class.
MICHEL MARRIOTT

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