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User experience the new king
December 5th, 2012

Originally shared with 20 users, today imdb.com content has 160 million unique monthly visitors, and the various mobile apps for iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows Phone have been downloaded 40 million times. So just how does an online service like imdb.com keep growing after 20 years, since before the web even existed?

Prints Charming
July 21st, 2008

Most multifunction centres connect straight to your PC via a USB cable, and if you’ve ever tried to share a printer over a network of different operating systems you know how tricky it can be. If you have a small office or home network it’s worth looking at models that connect to your router and let you install the software to access them on each system.


State of Fear
March 3rd, 2007

Colourless caricatures rather than characters drift arbitrarily through the plot, giving you no indication who matters. Clumsily written action sequences could have come from a primary schooler. Humour is elbowed in where there’s no place for it, sobriety where it’s supposed to be an adventure.

How big data can result in bad data
July 30th, 2013

A couple of years back, ratings agency Standard and Poor’s downgraded American debt. Not because of the state of the economy, but because of an error in its original calculations… a mere US$2.1 trillion.


Why you are your best cyber security
May 20th, 2014

Unfortunately, the most robust security infrastructure in the world can’t change user behaviour. “I don’t see any sign people are better with their passwords,” says Symantec’s US security response director Kevin Haley. “There needs to be a technology solution because people don’t change.”

Processors driven by light
April 6th, 2013

Given the often surprising ways people have found to use everything from the Xbox Kinect to the NBN, Karpowicz says technology is never a given. “Often we don’t realise how useful a new technology is until we have the chance to use it,” he says.






The World Until Yesterday Like Noam Chomsky in the field of linguistics, Jared Diamond is the ...
April 6th, 2013

Clouds gather in the west as data demand heats up By Christmas 2012, the cloud in Australia will reach a new point ...
August 28th, 2012

Think again: reinterpreting the brain The old picture of the human brain from textbooks with dotted lines ...
April 1st, 2010

State of Fear Not just any old bad novel but the worst kind -- a ...
March 3rd, 2007

Quark Xpress 6.0 After a long hiatus from the world of updates -- during which ...
March 6th, 2004

Spam comes from ‘bad neighbourhoods’: study A landmark study by a Netherlands university has found that less than ...
July 30th, 2013


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