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Skylab Goes Down
July 1st, 2009

NASA managed to re-establish contact in the final days to adjust Skylab’s angle for as smooth a re-entry as possible, and final calculations predicted a trajectory across the Southern Ocean and a sparsely populated tract of Western Australia.

Google Backs the NBN
September 16th, 2011

During a recent industry confab in Japan, Google bigwig Eric Schmidt said the future is not only in mobile (smartphone sales are set to outstrip PCs in 2012) but in the Asia Pacific region, which will see three billion mobile users within five years.


Crowd Science
June 13th, 2011

The term crowdsourcing wasn’t coined until the web age, undoubtedly because it enabled the collecting, aggregating and processing power we need to let crowdsourcing take full flight. Today it’s used for everything from judging the most attractive female posterior to gathering the funds to make movies.

The Australian mobile spectrum
September 16th, 2011

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a digital storm of data coming, and it won’t have anything to do with Gmail, Facebook or apps for pasta recipes. The age of machine to machine communications is rising.


House Warming
May 1st, 2010

In the northernmost climes of the world where the Caucasian race originated it was a matter of evolutionary life and death, and even in the temperate zone cities of Australasia today the temperature can routinely fall into single digits — not much fun even if you can buy iPhone apps.

OCR Grows Up
September 16th, 2011

Forget space shuttles, nanobots and large hadron colliders, the yardstick for human technological development may just be the Star Trek tricorder. Convention geek jokes aside, a good deal of 20th century sci-fi reveals an innate desire for a platform- and information-agnostic device we can point at anything to learn all about it (for when we visit alien worlds).






The Australian mobile spectrum While you're wringing your hands about peak oil and fresh water shortages, ...
September 16th, 2011

The Eye in the Sky Has the GPS had its day? And even if good ...
August 28th, 2011

Make Robots Smarter Humans have a lot to think about and even more to process ...
September 1st, 2009

Translation technology You're lost in a foreign country and you've forgotten that little card ...
September 16th, 2011

Skylab Goes Down America's first space station goes out with a bang… and lands on ...
July 1st, 2009

House Warming It's not as sexy as the iPad, not as fashion conscious as ...
May 1st, 2010


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