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Sony DVDirect VRD-MC3

Although it's pricey, the Sony DVDirect VRD-MC3 is a boon for anyone who has lots of old videotapes but less time or tech skills to digitize them using a computer. Even better, it doubles as an external DVD burner, so you can use it with your PC long after you've transferred all those old tapes.

By April 5, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 5, 2007

US Navy turns to 'Jaws' for drone inspiration

The United States Navy tests out an unmanned, underwater drone called the GhostSwimmer. It prowls through the water just like a massive shark.

By December 17, 2014


Hooked! X-47B comes in for a carrier landing

Don't try this with your backyard drone. The X-47B has made its first arrested landing on an aircraft carrier, and the world of unmanned aircraft may never be the same.

By July 10, 2013


Etymotic's $79 in-ear headphones sound sweet

Etymotic invented in-ear headphone technology way back in 1984; no wonder its headphones sound so good.

By September 23, 2010


Etymotic announces iPod control mod, new earphone line

At CES 2010, earphone maker Etymotic announced the new mc-series headphones as well as updated hf-series models with integrated iPhone/iPod controls.

By January 12, 2010


Sony's new DVDirect loses PC connectivity, gains AVCHD support

Sony's new VRD-MC5 DVDirect offers HD support and additional features.

By July 18, 2007


Kodak software update fixes 64MB card problem

Kodak software update fixes 64MB card problem

By June 15, 2001


Singing shutters: Kodak unveils MP3 camera/video cam

The photo giant's new portable device is aimed at a relatively young audience interested in creating music videos of friends.

February 12, 2001


The week in review: Napster's days are numbered

A court ruling allows Napster users to continue swapping music for now but opens the door to millions of dollars in damages that could cripple the service.

By February 17, 2001


New technology on display at Demo 2001

The tech industry struggles, but Demo 2001 forges on, exhibiting what may become industry-changing products and software.

By February 13, 2001