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.

Exploring the Future with New 3D Software
October 25th, 2001

SpaDiS does away with the practice of using exploration statistics from other sites to try and predict where deposits will be by using known patterns in geology at deposit sites to draw a 3D picture of the mineral distribution.


The Cruellest Cut
May 1st, 2009

In the case of laptop systems, don’t pick the machine up as soon as you’ve clicked ‘save’ or started moving a large file. While the disc is working, the heads are close to the disk platters, so any sudden movement could cause a dreaded crash.

5 Minutes of Fame
November 5th, 2008

What else is the site but an entirely new media platform that not only outstrips the reach of advertising in each global territory but doesn’t cost a cent? No wonder old media’s nervous…


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.

Security Trends
April 16th, 2012

In taking up the smartphone in record numbers (the growth rate of our adoption in the Asia Pacific region is second only to Singapore), we’ve opened ourselves up to the hundreds of new vulnerabilities identified over the last two years, a number that will keep skyrocketing along with our love affair of mobiles and tablets.






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It’s All in the Game BusinessNSW talks to Elizabeth Ball from communicationgame.com about putting professionals in touch ...
September 21st, 2000

Games Get Serious No longer just the ultra-hip bleeding edge of media content, gaming is ...
December 1st, 2007

Tomorrow’s AI Helper, Today Movies and pop culture have always depicted the ideal electronic companion ...
October 22nd, 2016

Radiation and the mobile phone Are mobile phones and electromagnetic fields dangerous or not? The debate is ...
November 6th, 2011

15 Megabytes of Fame We've all seen them — banners in newspapers asking for our reports ...
December 1st, 2007


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