The PC that wants to save the world
August 28th, 2012

There’s always a fringe of products in electronics the makers say will save the world, but can they really reduce our impact on the global environment – even if we adopt them on a wholesale basis?

VoIP Handbook
June 6th, 2007

VOIP is coming into the mainstream in a big way. As of December 2006, there were over a million VOIP subscribers in Australia. Not bad for a new market that was little more than a geek fringe only a few years back.


The Cube Goes Down the Tubes
August 1st, 2001

In Apple’s first real setback since the release of the iMac in 1998 (which was their second computer market revolution after the Mac’s 1984 birth), Apple recently announced that production of the Power Mac G4 Cube will be suspended indefinitely.

Are companies ready for Android?
January 29th, 2012

Android gets a bad rap but the OS itself isn’t that bad from a security perspective. The problem is the lack of timely updates from manufacturers who create their own modified versions.


License to Drive
July 1st, 2008

A magnetic data disk works similarly, a stylus both reading and writing miniscule peaks and valleys on a solid metal surface (or a plastic one in the case of CD/DVD media), each ‘bump’ representing the ones and zeroes of computer data.

Translation technology
September 16th, 2011

The resulting text will be submitted as another search string and will give you the answer as quickly as a normal text search. Translate it back to English and repeat until satisfied, then shake hands, bow or lightly touch your right fingertips to your forehead and go along your way.






What Will Santa bring the etailers? Sales figures for Christmas '99 weren't exactly what the dotcom industry had ...
September 21st, 2000

Accounting for Market Share One of the fastest growing areas in software sales over the last ...
November 22nd, 2001

The Australian mobile spectrum While you're wringing your hands about peak oil and fresh water shortages, ...
September 16th, 2011

How big data can result in bad data A couple of years back, ratings agency Standard and Poor's downgraded American ...
July 30th, 2013

5 Minutes of Fame You don't hear about many overnight success stories in the world of ...
November 5th, 2008

Enter the ultrabook One of the most talked-about new product classes at CES 2012 ...
March 19th, 2012


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