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Coming soon to you: the information you need
October 1st, 2013

The next big thing in the digital world won’t be a better way for you to find something. If a confluence of capabilities now on the horizon bears fruit, the next big thing is that information will find you.

BlackBerry tries to remain relevant
January 29th, 2012

The first step was RIM’s acquisition of the QNX operating system in 2010, which it selected to drive its foray into the tablet market with 2011’s Playbook tablet, rather than the BBOS operating system that drives Blackberry handsets.


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.

Thought-controlled computers closer than we think
November 3rd, 2013

A recent breakthrough from the University of Washington showed that when technology lets the brain control a device such as a computer-controlled robotic arm, the brain is behaving in the same way as if it was commanding the relevant muscles to carry out the act in reality


The Hidden Brain
March 20th, 2010

Tell your audience that more than 200,000 Haitians are dead in the devastating earthquake and they’ll change the channel to check the football score. Show them the little girl found alive under the rubble desperate for food, water and shelter and hearts (and wallets) stricken by grief will open.

Best Addressed
August 24th, 2002

Your ISP will no doubt offer domain registration services as part of their hosting packages. Have a look around their site for pricelists and what’s included. Domain names incur a charge every year or two, depending on the level (ie .com vs .com.au etc).






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