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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?

Computers are getting creative
March 6th, 2014

Humans and machines have traditionally had clearly defined areas of expertise. We have the ideas, and they do the dangerous, complicated or boring parts. If we write a poem, a computer can check the spelling, but it can’t write the poem in the first place.



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.

Apple Soundtrack
January 3rd, 2004

Of course, the expensive part of producing music is employing a musician, so the lynchpin of Soundtrack (besides being a solid sound editor in the Final Cut Pro tradition) is the disc containing 4000 music clips and sound effects.


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.

Put your money where your mouse is
January 3rd, 2009

Countless writers have thoroughly dissected the dangers of instant gratification of everything from sexual desire to self-expression on the human condition. Siegel goes one further, asserting that our whole lives become a 24/7 economic transaction as we drift through the digital world producing and consuming.






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

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

Fujistu Lifebook L2010 It looks like a control panel attachment from a spaceship, straddles the ...
November 8th, 2004

Thought-controlled computers closer than we think We've gone from the mouse to Kinect-style gesture control in just thirty ...
November 3rd, 2013

Apple Soundtrack Apple strikes again, continuing their drive to put the power of the ...
January 3rd, 2004

Macromedia Contribute 2 Rarely does a single software developer cater to both ends of any ...
November 1st, 2003


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