The Eye in the Sky
August 28th, 2011

Has the GPS had its day? And even if good upkeep can maintain it, will a competing system soon take over? Drew Turney finds out. “It’s an exquisite technology but it was designed in the time of record players and vacuum tubes and the design brief to the engineers was to track intercontinental ballistic missiles. […]

Streamlining the Information Flow
February 7th, 2002

The same limitation affects everything when you’re talking about the Internet. It hampers email transmission, the advent of digital TV, and websites that win a slew of design awards but which — in the real world — fail without a whimper when people don’t have ten minutes to wait for while some huge animation to download.


How big data can result in bad data
July 30th, 2013

A couple of years back, ratings agency Standard and Poor’s downgraded American debt. Not because of the state of the economy, but because of an error in its original calculations… a mere US$2.1 trillion.

In the Picture
August 1st, 2007

In fact, digital changed little at the mechanics-heavy front end of the procedure. Lenses and field regulation machinery still has to direct the light into the unit somewhere. It’s beyond the capture that’s changed.


Kazaa changes its tune
September 13th, 2005

It was inevitable that — in the age of digital content — high bandwidth access would be both friend and foe to copyright holders; it was an exciting new delivery method but a huge security hole.

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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