The first quantum computer?
September 16th, 2011

Quantum computing takes the mind-boggling possibilities that matter doesn’t have to occupy only one state or another. It looks and works like a computer, but the quantum bit (or qubit) on your chip can be on, off, or both at once.

War of the Worlds
April 1st, 2008

You’re a PC or a Mac user, seldom both. As such, you’re almost certain to champion the OS you know, and such subjectivity is redundant. However, technically the Mac is a more enclosed environment. There’s more certainty that if you’re comfortable in the Mac OS, tasks will be more intuitive.


Security vs Privacy
February 22nd, 2002

Rhetoric about stamping out terrorism has reached every aspect of business and life — including technology. Bill Clinton’s recent comments in Adelaide are prophetic warnings about terrorists moving plans, resources and funds across the world with ease using technologies such as the Internet.

Outsourcing Fleet Support
March 24th, 2008

It was the age of core competencies, when you looked at what you were good at, concentrated as small a number of resources as feasible on it, and paid someone else to do the rest rather than maintain a huge, expensive workforce that did a little of everything.


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.

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’.






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eBay, Friend or Foe? eBay started when a California-based, French/Iranian-born programmer wanted to sell his girlfriend's ...
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Game for some nostalgia One of the first video game/movie tie-ins was 1982's ET; The Extra ...
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