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Toast Titanium 8
November 26th, 2007

Together with a host of add-ons from CD cataloguing software to a label designer, Toast has moved forward when basic OS capability threatened to render it obsolete. It’s still a snap to use and great value for money.

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.


The Goldilocks Enigma
November 18th, 2006

With most scientists toiling away in corporate R&D labs developing faster computers or smaller mobiles, is anyone still trying to work out where the universe came from and where it’s going?

Clouds gather in the west as data demand heats up
August 28th, 2012

Many of Fujitsu’s government and corporate clients also need to house data on Australian soil because of regulatory compliance, and the company points out that if the unthinkable happens on either coast, business continuity is assured with such far-flung disaster recovery or backups.


Quark Xpress 6.0
March 6th, 2004

But the question is, will is wrestle control of the page layout market back from the younger, slicker Adobe InDesign? And furthermore, from the multitude of WYSIWIG HTML editors on the market, now that it offers a web page design feature?

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?






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Perfume In a film, exposition and description must be enmeshed with action. Before ...
April 21st, 2007

The PC that wants to save the world There's always a fringe of products in electronics the makers say will ...
August 28th, 2012

The Goldilocks Enigma By Paul Davies Allen Lane, 350pp, $55 Reviewed by Drew Turney With most scientists toiling ...
November 18th, 2006


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