The desktop in your pocket
September 16th, 2011

Steve Jobs’ last innovation to reach the market before leaving Apple might have been moving the computer desktop one step closer to the smartphone interface.

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.


Acer Aspire 8920G, Sony Vegas Pro, 3 Skype Phone
June 24th, 2008

The media control console is attractive and you’ll get a real kick out of manipulating an otherwise flat surface to control chapter, volume and forward/reverse controls. It comes with a host of preinstalled software and if you want full movie or TV playing capability in a mobile computer, you couldn’t do much better right now.

OCR Grows Up
September 16th, 2011

Forget space shuttles, nanobots and large hadron colliders, the yardstick for human technological development may just be the Star Trek tricorder. Convention geek jokes aside, a good deal of 20th century sci-fi reveals an innate desire for a platform- and information-agnostic device we can point at anything to learn all about it (for when we visit alien worlds).


Sony Ericsson W880i
March 13th, 2007

Phones with MP3 players in them are an interesting proposition. Mobile phones have been mainstream for over 10 years now, MP3 players over five years. Many of us already have more than one of each in the backs of cupboards or various desk drawers at home and work.

Sony Ericsoon P1i, Penny Adams Brain Trainer, Microsoft Office for Mac 8
April 8th, 2008

And in the most contentious change, all Visual Basic macro support has gone, meaning none of the macros you’ve spent the last four years perfecting work any more. You can use Applescript to do the same things (and indeed, have always been able to) but if you don’t know how to program it, tough.






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