Bridging the Digital Divide
July 26th, 2001

The dotcom revolution will go down in history as having lost as many fortunes as it’s made. However, the infrastructure that remains in place for further IT&T development confirms that the public, government and business sector still have enormous faith in its potential as well as associated software and usage technologies.

JBL On Tour XT Speaker, Sudio Silhouette, Transfer Big Files
March 18th, 2008

Sometimes we need to send very large files and email isn’t the best way to do so. Many ISPs still restrict the file sizes they allow through their system (as little as 5Mb in some cases), and technologies like FTP are a mystery to many basic-level users.


AccountsEdge
October 1st, 2007

MYOB advises moving up to one of their heavier duty packages for employees of 200 or more, but you can still input every conceivable incoming and outgoing dollar from your company into AccountsEdge and generate a dizzying array of endlessly tweakable reports on it.

Core 2 Duo sets the pace in chip wars
October 24th, 2006

Seen by some as a move of desperation, AMD’s purchase of graphics card maker ATI ensures it still has a toehold in the PC chip market.


Dragon Naturally Speaking 8
December 14th, 2004

We’ve all seen Hollywood movies where a high ranking general gains entry into the top secret bunker beneath a mountain by speaking into a microphone and having the computer scan the timbre of his voice to confirm it’s really him.

Worth 1000 Words
April 1st, 2004

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is one of those funny technologies … a fantastic idea but not half as useful as you think it’s going to be, a bit like digital TV or Matrix sequels.






The Cruellest Cut Feel like you're only just staying ahead of your workload? How will ...
May 1st, 2009

DeBabelizer DebBabelizer Pro 6.0 is a batch image processing application and a pretty ...
December 1st, 2007

AccountsEdge, Apple Mac OSX Leopard, CardScan Executive AccountsEdge RRP $595 AccountsEdge is one of the most fully featured Mac accounts packages ...
December 18th, 2007

Toast Titanium 10 Price: $199.95 Toast continues its evolution into an all-purpose Macintosh media tool. After ...
September 9th, 2009

Road Angel Navigator 7000 GPS units are a lot like laptop computers. Short of a few ...
March 20th, 2007

Getting blokes reading again A little-commented on (thus far) aspect of the iPad hoopla is the ...
August 5th, 2010


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