SnagIt 9 makes screen shots as glamorous as they'll get, letting you capture any part of your screen, from a partial image to the entire contents of a scrolling window. You can grab images of Web sites and software applications or pictures from scanners and digital cameras. You even can capture video and record screen action in AVI format.
Version 9 completely overhauls the interface to bring the wide range of editing tools and effects to the surface with a simplified, icon-oriented menu structure that makes SnagIt even more flexible and easy to use. Tools to draw, resize, recolor, … Read more
Vista's built-in screen capture feature performs OK, but if you want more control over your screenshots, this little utility may fit the bill.
Screen Shot Pro loads in your system tray and can be configured to run at start-up. A context menu provides options for setting up the program, taking captures, or opening the directory in which it stores captures.
This utility performed well in our tests, and was very easy to use, making it a good tool for novices. We liked that we could configure the output in JPEG, PNG, and BMP formats and could adjust the quality … Read more
Sony Ericsson's new C510 Cyber-shot and W508 Walkman phone don't break a lot of new ground, but they're certainly worthy of attention. In many ways they resemble other Sony Ericssons that came before them--the W508 looks a bit like the W980 and the C510 reminds us vaguely of the C902.
The W508, of course, is a flip phone with circular music controls on the front flap. It's also thin and light, and you can change between gray and white removable covers. Just above are the external display and the camera lens. The display is small and … Read more
Though we've known about the Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot for a few months, CES gave us our first opportunity to see it up close and personal. With an 8.1-megapixel camera, it is Sony Ericsson's highest resolution camera phone to date. What's more, it also has many of the same features you'd find on a standalone camera and it offers several ways to get your photos off the phone.
With such a packed feature set we were expecting a rather bulky design. And in that respect the C905 delivered. It's not as big as the … Read more
Starting in mid-February, C905 owners can download a software update from Sony Ericsson's Web site that will bring new features to the camera phone. They include smile shutter, a feature that will automatically shoot a picture when the camera detects a smile, and direct integration with YouTube and Snapfish for faster and more convenient uploading of photos and videos. The upgrade also will add WayFinder 8 for GPS navigation and that will let you see … Read more
In 2008, Sony Ericsson spent a lot of time focusing on its Cyber-shot series of camera phones. It started the year at the GSMA World Congress by unveiling the C902 and C702 and later in the summer it released the 8.1-megapixel C905. Now at CES 2009, it offers the C510.
Positioned as the low-end member of the Cyber-shot line, the C510 nonetheless offers an impressive array of features. The camera takes center stage, of course. The 3.2-megapixel shooter offers a flash, a 3.2x digital zoom, face detection, smile shutter (the camera will snap a photo automatically when … Read more