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.

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.


QuarkXpress 8 reopens a forgotten chapter in Apple’s history
October 9th, 2008

From their enviable position of almost 100% market share, Quark Inc either didn’t see the writing on the wall or were caught napping while Adobe closed ranks around them, buying or further developing the other major applications in the graphic designer’s toolset such as Illustrator and Photoshop.

Evolve or Perish
June 1st, 2009

Let’s start with the screen you spend most of your time looking at. If you’ve joined the LCD revolution, the first thing you would have noticed (apart from not getting a hernia carrying the box) was the comparatively smaller packaging. They emit less heat and use less power, but before you even plug it in you’ve made a difference.


Can’t Stop the Music
November 1st, 2009

As the basis of a popular Internet comic strip about the perils of using copyrighted material in your project, the nightmarish scenario above might not be completely true. But the twin morals are clear; music is expensive, and music industry lawyers have very deep pockets.

Drive-by Downloads
April 5th, 2008

Keep antivirus software up to date and if you use Internet Explorer 6, upgrade to version 7, which is better at warning you of hidden executables. Better yet, move to open source browser Firefox — in its native state it can’t run the sort of scripts that contain executable viruses.






iPhone rescues the ebook from the rubbish bin of history? Ebooks have been a long time coming. If you believe most they're ...
October 30th, 2008

Do we multitask or not? The lines are blurring, the waters muddying. Where's the dividing line between ...
August 5th, 2010

Best of CES The crowds have gone home. All that's left to do is ...
February 21st, 2012

Game for some nostalgia One of the first video game/movie tie-ins was 1982's ET; The Extra ...
June 14th, 2013

Vision makes Lasata a winner for second year A West Perth-based software company has wowed the critics for the second ...
November 1st, 2001

Laptops elbow their way into the PC mainstream Unlike the DVD, the digital camera and the VCR before them, the ...
August 16th, 2005


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