Will the iPad save newspapers?
April 9th, 2010

More importantly, because of the bells and whistles of technology at their disposal, iPad users are going to expect more than just text. Embedded video files or links to sources are only the beginning, but they’ll need a new level of production infrastructure, and with their business model threatened few newspaper owners are going to pay for the staff or systems to enable it.

Hack-proof data from any light source
April 16th, 2012

Data already travels by light – through fibre optic cables that transmit signals around the world. The system replicates the one/zero nature of computer data by switching the light on or off.


Apple Leaks — is there such a thing?
October 16th, 2008

As the only tech company whose products are anticipated as much as a blockbuster movie or video game, it can afford to be secretive, and its modus operandi not to comment is legendary. Apple doesn’t speculate, comment or advise on anything until the Cupertino High Council has decreed it.

Tomorrow’s AI Helper, Today
October 22nd, 2016

Picture this; you leave work and stop at a coffee shop on the way to the bus stop. You’ve in the queue when your mobile beeps. When you answer, Maia’s familiar voice cheerily says ‘hey, you know if you drink coffee after 3pm you won’t sleep, and you’ve got that early meeting tomorrow’.


Especially For You
October 1st, 2009

The public might hate such 1984-like practices but consumer profiling’s a gold mine to marketers. VDP is just one of a myriad of technologies that leverage the power of such targeted knowledge because marketing material can be tailored personally for your interests, past buying habits and other demographic information.

Delving into an Increasingly Complex World on the Web
February 24th, 2002

Says Steve Lieblich — who joined i-delve’s creators nine months ago to help commercialise it — ‘The Geographic Information Systems market is growing at about 20% a year, and it’s worth $32 billion. It’s a very broad market.’






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