The West Australian

iPod bag/Fabric keyboard
December 19th, 2006

The market for such technology seems broad at first glance — a simple strip of material could theoretically replace every cable in an electronic device.

We are not alone
November 7th, 2010

Forget everything you’ve learned from TV and the movies. The Eerie Silence isn’t about strange grey bipeds crashing at Roswell and hiding at Area 51 or descending into parks in Washington DC asking us to take them to our leaders.

Adobe Creative Suite Pro
August 3rd, 2004

Any graphic designer in print or web will tell you Adobe products are an essential part of their toolset. Names like Photoshop and Illustrator rode the shock wave of the desktop publishing explosion and have remained at its crest ever since.

Dell SE 198WFP, Fujitsu Lifebook T2010, iWork 08
January 29th, 2008

Yes there’s novelty in writing on a computer with a stylus or light pen and as nice as it sounds having all your notes on your computer instead of scrawled on paper, we simply react differently to compressed wood pulp.

HTC Touch Dual, iMac, Folder Synchronizer X
April 1st, 2008

For such a large computer, it may have been a better idea to put the USB and Firewire ports on the side rather than the back. Most of us have more than three USB devices nowadays and you’ll find yourself constantly turning it around to swap cables, but the 2.8GHz chip and 2GB of Ram really performed, chewing through heavy tasks with gusto.

iWork 09
May 13th, 2009

Other components Numbers and Keynote have undergone similar rethinks to make them more design friendly, and all three also enjoy a huge range of templates, so you’re unlikely not to find a starting point for your project.

Apple Soundtrack Not content with cleaning up among amateur (and increasingly professional) video editors ...
February 24th, 2004

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook The Dell Inspiron 9 is an 8.9 inch, solid state memory-based netbook ...
April 15th, 2009

HP Elitebook Price: $2,399 (PC), $249 (ultra-capacity battery) Despite PC component makers producing ever-faster chips ...
November 1st, 2009

Peter Greenaway’s Second Life The term 'arthouse cinema' had barely been coined in the 1980s, but ...
June 13th, 2011

Science tries to make sense of love We've spent a good portion of our anthropological and cultural history trying ...
July 3rd, 2011

Games set big agenda In case you're still in any doubt about the cultural impact of ...
November 20th, 2012

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  • Follow Gentlemen
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  • Hydrapinion
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  • Marketing
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  • Men's Style
  • Metro
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