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Nikon Coolpix S52c and S52: With or without Wi-Fi

The Nikon Coolpix S52c is the latest in Nikon's line of Wi-Fi-enabled point-and-shoot cameras. Is this 9-megapixel snapper the future? We certainly hope so

By April 10, 2008


Photos: Go Wi-Fi with the Nikon Coolpix S52c

You can't see them, but Wi-Fi waves are whizzing about your head right now. The 9-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S52c taps into this invisible force with email and wireless photo upload

By July 21, 2008


Denon S-52

While the Denon S-52 is chock-full of impressive features for an iPod speaker dock/radio/Internet music player, its subpar sound quality makes it hard to justify the steep asking price.

April 21, 2008


Denon S-52DAB: The audiophile's wireless audio streamer

Denon's all-singing, all-dancing iPod-compatible home audio streamer, the S-52DAB, combines DAB radio and your PC's entire music collection, and lets you stream it wirelessly to anywhere in your home.

By November 2, 2007


Smartphones account for a quarter of photos, videos taken in U.S.

People are increasingly using their smartphones to capture moments, according to a new study by the NPD Group, but standalone cameras are still more popular.

By December 22, 2011


Say no to the supersized TV, EPA hints

The Energy Star program will be imposing stricter energy use standards for grandiose televisions starting in May 2010.

By September 9, 2009


Denon S-Series (2007)

While the Denon S-52 is chock-full of impressive features, its subpar sound quality makes it hard to justify the steep asking price.

By April 7, 2008

3 stars Editors' rating April 7, 2008

MSRP: $499.00


Denon packs a lot into new tabletop units

Info on Denon's new feature-heavy tabletops.

By July 24, 2007


Denon deals dough-intensive, iPod-ready HTiBs

Denon details new HTiBs with iPod dock compatibility

By July 25, 2007


Big Brother and your browser

CNET News.com's Washington Watcher Declan McCullagh warns that the Justice Department's recent Web site domain seizures raise novel legal, technical and privacy concerns.

By March 3, 2003