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The Eye in the Sky
August 28th, 2011

Has the GPS had its day? And even if good upkeep can maintain it, will a competing system soon take over? Drew Turney finds out. “It’s an exquisite technology but it was designed in the time of record players and vacuum tubes and the design brief to the engineers was to track intercontinental ballistic missiles. […]

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.


The first quantum computer?
September 16th, 2011

Quantum computing takes the mind-boggling possibilities that matter doesn’t have to occupy only one state or another. It looks and works like a computer, but the quantum bit (or qubit) on your chip can be on, off, or both at once.

The Men Who Invented the Internet
August 28th, 2011

It’s not like the cochlear implant or black box flight recorder. The Internet had a long, varied and occasionally ad hoc genesis, as Drew Turney learns. Befitting the tool that revolutionised human communication in the latter years of the 20th century, the Internet wasn’t the result of a lone, dedicated inventor sitting in a lab […]


Translation technology
September 16th, 2011

The resulting text will be submitted as another search string and will give you the answer as quickly as a normal text search. Translate it back to English and repeat until satisfied, then shake hands, bow or lightly touch your right fingertips to your forehead and go along your way.

Make Robots Smarter
September 1st, 2009

Humans have a lot to think about and even more to process when it comes to solving the problems we face. Somewhere in all the data we churn out is everything from a HIV cure to the perfect videogame character. Computers with narrowly-programmed parameters have the speed but not the creativity to find what we need amid messy abstracts






Google Backs the NBN During a recent industry confab in Japan, Google bigwig Eric Schmidt said ...
September 16th, 2011

OCR Grows Up Think you know what optical character recognition's for? As Drew Turney discovers, ...
September 16th, 2011

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

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

Crowd Science Watch a mob in any news or sports footage and they'll ...
June 13th, 2011

Your Personal Eye in the Sky Miniature remote controlled aircraft are nothing new, so just what makes the ...
March 15th, 2010


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