History’s five worst gadgets
September 25th, 2011

For every iPod, there’s been an Apple Newton. For every Porsche Careera, a DeLorean. We spend far too much time celebrating the successes of the gadget world when the failures are just as memorable and often much more fun to talk about.

Stop Signs On The Super Highway
March 7th, 2011

Those restrictions might make business sense, but consumers of internet services must find the constant apologies for content not available in their region a backwards step to say the least.


eBay, Friend or Foe?
April 1st, 2008

In the early days eBay was trendy, using it a geeky badge of honour. It generated its own cultural zeitgeist with stories about auctions of human organs (removed immediately) and red paperclips (traded up until the owner had a house).

Best of CES
February 21st, 2012

CES is over again, and after ferrying a record 153,000 attendees throughout several convention halls and over a dozen major hotels, The Strip is a little quieter while news of the products you’re going to love in 2012 spread out across the virtual and real worlds.


Drive-by Downloads
April 5th, 2008

Keep antivirus software up to date and if you use Internet Explorer 6, upgrade to version 7, which is better at warning you of hidden executables. Better yet, move to open source browser Firefox — in its native state it can’t run the sort of scripts that contain executable viruses.

Radiation and the mobile phone
November 6th, 2011

“Electromagnetic radiation causes increased risk of disease by causing DNA strand breaks,” says Dr Michael Wald, a director at US-based Integrated Medicine & Nutrition, “that’s what causes cancer.”






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