Radiation and the mobile phone
November 6th, 2011

“Electromagnetic radiation causes increased risk of disease by causing DNA strand breaks,” says Dr Michael Wald, a director at US-based Integrated Medicine & Nutrition, “that’s what causes cancer.”

Logitech MX 3200 cordless desktop
July 1st, 2007

Being simply cordless is the value proposition of most cordless peripherals, but you’re not going to take a device this size on the road. It gives you a little freedom of movement on a desktop but renders the cordless aspect somewhat redundant.


First Look: Final Cut Pro 6
October 1st, 2007

The Avid suite of products are still the first choice for pros, but Final Cut proved long ago it could do the same job, and with so many good features both new and old, Final Cut Pro 6 edges Apple one step closer to dominating yet another field.

Hewlett Packard 4510 SB
December 1st, 2009

The first thing we enjoyed was the keyboard. It’s a nice enough surprise to see a notebook with a full extended keyboard, but the 4510 takes some cues from recent rethinking in keyboard usability from companies like Apple and Toshiba (with their recent NB200 netbook).


Smooch
September 1st, 2003

Western Australia is a funny place. Innovations are coming from several areas and industries that sometimes overshadow the accomplishments of Sydney or Melbourne based practitioners, and not just in areas we think of as distinctly western, like mining.

Vision makes Lasata a winner for second year
November 1st, 2001

Specialists in Business Information Solutions, Lasata Managing Director Steve Wall says their products ‘enable executives to make faster, more informed decisions and allow companies and organisations to extract more value from their information assets.’






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Technology for Life A cinema advertisement for a car manufacturer shows a grown man zooming ...
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Rescue Robots Imagine the scene after a huge earthquake or natural catastrophe, of the ...
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Call for better privacy protection in the cloud It might be easy to click "I agree" on the bottom of ...
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