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The PC that wants to save the world
August 28th, 2012

There’s always a fringe of products in electronics the makers say will save the world, but can they really reduce our impact on the global environment – even if we adopt them on a wholesale basis?

Breaking into Batman
July 25th, 2012

Maybe it’s the rare dignity surrounding Hathaway, mature and private while her contemporaries stumble out of limos flashing their underwear. She decisively deflects the first question about her personal life – what the character of Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises has in common with her – with the words ‘yes, a real respect for mystery’.



June 14th, 2013

Now a study by a Netherlands university has suggested half of the world’s total spam message volume comes from less than half a per cent of the globe’s internet service providers.

The new Johnny Depp film Transcendence is not just sci-fi fantasy
May 20th, 2014

It’s been the stuff of sci-fi dreams for generations. Escape the fragile flesh by uploading your consciousness to another medium, leaving you aware and intact in a computer, robot or a completely new body.


Teaching computers the meaning of words
November 3rd, 2013

We understand meaning on the fly because we’re wired for contextual patterns, but a search algorithm might respond to a query about a robber being charged in court by looking for someone that was hooked up to a battery while playing tennis

Fujistu Lifebook L2010
November 8th, 2004

If Fujitsu release a vastly more powerful cousin in the same slick casing, it would almost be the perfect computer. The L2010 is just one step away.






Motorola Xoom 2 for business $720 outright The original Motorola Xoom was another hopeful iPad killer that history ...
April 16th, 2012

Most people are familiar with endless spam arriving out of nowhere into ...
June 14th, 2013

How big data can result in bad data A couple of years back, ratings agency Standard and Poor's downgraded American ...
July 30th, 2013

Toast Titanium 8 Do you still need dedicated disc burning software like Toast when the ...
November 26th, 2007

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

Hanging out to roll out the new iPad? Don’t Apple launched the new iPad (with no numerical suffix) overnight, and it's ...
March 19th, 2012


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