Apple Without Jobs?
October 23rd, 2008

If the CEO of any other multinational company fell ill, it wouldn’t generate such comment — compared to Jobs, they’re interchangeable suit-wearing lawyers, politicians and number crunchers who flit from one company, regulator and law firm to another and back again.

Microsoft Expression Studio
July 1st, 2008

After going through each installer separately we were finally ready to go. Unlike Adobe Creative Suite, Expression Studio is an online only tool. It works only in RGB, and — when it comes to the drawing component — in 72dpi by default. But there were strengths to be found.


Adobe Audition 3
May 1st, 2008

You won’t realise how advantageous that is until you’ve been using it for awhile, and for the price, it’s every bit as powerful as the high end pro suites.

Huey Monitor Colour Correction
November 1st, 2007

When it’s finished, the screen returns to normal and you can view the uncorrected and corrected settings by toggling a radio button. Our first reaction was horror — the system had given us a screen setting with a ghastly blue wash that didn’t look nearly as clear as it had been before.


Motorola Xoom 2 for business
April 16th, 2012

The other potential stumbling block is that the Xoom 2 is 3G. If you’ve been following the news over the last month you’ll know that there are few true 4G devices in Australia thus far, 4G network signal only exists in a handful of dense population centres, and that Apple is in the middle of a very embarrassing offer to refund customers who feel they’ve been swindled by its advertising of the iPad’s 4G capabilities in Australia (it’s compatible with US 4G networks only), thanks to the ACCC.

Gismos from war and space
August 5th, 2010

Just as productive for human invention (and far more peaceable), the aerospace industry has fostered similar entrepreneurial activity, with sharp-eyed investors seeing the potential for consumer or industrial markets in some very specialised products such as those below.






Come Clean Once you've got your LP or cassette music into digital format, how ...
November 1st, 2004

Sony VAIO S28GP There's particular standard among some notebooks much like there is in mobile ...
March 10th, 2005

Card allows easy access to Net Wireless Internet access has grown exponentially with the rise of mobile computing. ...
October 10th, 2006

Streamlining the Information Flow The same limitation affects everything when you're talking about the Internet. It ...
February 7th, 2002

Thought-controlled computers closer than we think We've gone from the mouse to Kinect-style gesture control in just thirty ...
November 3rd, 2013

AccountsEdge If you're like most of us in the art and design world ...
October 1st, 2007


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