The first quantum computer?
September 16th, 2011

Quantum computing takes the mind-boggling possibilities that matter doesn’t have to occupy only one state or another. It looks and works like a computer, but the quantum bit (or qubit) on your chip can be on, off, or both at once.

Rise of the Machines
September 1st, 2008

The device promised by the dotcom age, which we’d use for everything from watching TV, reading books and making phone calls to browsing the web, working and playing games is now a clich√©, both technology vendors and consumers now realising we want different experiences from different tools.


A Renewed Assault
December 1st, 2005

If you’re a PC user sick of virii and jokes about Longhorn, you could make a much worse decision than moving to the safest and coolest OS there is — depending on the power of the PC you’re coming from.

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.


HP IQ770 Touchsmart PC
July 1st, 2007

Despite its potential as a designer’s device, HP are positioning it as a home PC to be placed in a common area where everyone can access it. Aside from the bevy of media functionality, two features make it a virtual meeting place for the household.

Apple 24′ iMac
July 1st, 2008

The fatal flaw in the iMac is that it comes preloaded with Apple’s least impressive operating system yet, Leopard (10.5). Least impressive not only in that many of the components are ill advised (Stacks) or half realised (Time Machine), but that it’s simply buggy. Testing Leopard for our recent review, we experienced more application crashes and similar problems than ever before.






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