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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.

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.


Innovation and inspiration from science fiction
July 30th, 2013

Researchers, inventors engineers and entrepreneurs are increasingly looking to the arts for the next big thing. If history has taught us anything, it’s that tomorrow’s technologies already exist on movie screens and in the pages of science fiction.

Are companies ready for Android?
January 29th, 2012

Android gets a bad rap but the OS itself isn’t that bad from a security perspective. The problem is the lack of timely updates from manufacturers who create their own modified versions.


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.

How radio could make wi-fi less frustrating
April 6th, 2013

Recent programs using cognitive radio, sometimes called “dynamic spectrum management”, have been launched in Canada and Europe. Carriers and mobile device manufacturers have shown interest, with several companies, including Nokia, carrying out lab research.






The new Johnny Depp film Transcendence is not just sci-fi fantasy It's been the stuff of sci-fi dreams for generations. Escape the fragile ...
May 20th, 2014

Processors driven by light Computers a million times faster than the ones we have now? Who ...
April 6th, 2013

Blaze Considering he's the world's most prominent horror witer, it's easy to forget ...
July 28th, 2007

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

Power to the Pixels The technology behind LCD computer monitors has been steadily improving in the ...
December 11th, 2007

Best Addressed You've done it -- you've taught yourself web design and created your ...
August 24th, 2002


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