BlackBerry tries to remain relevant
January 29th, 2012

The first step was RIM’s acquisition of the QNX operating system in 2010, which it selected to drive its foray into the tablet market with 2011’s Playbook tablet, rather than the BBOS operating system that drives Blackberry handsets.

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.


In Living Colour
May 1st, 2009

Some would guess it’s the printing press. With far more individual ‘bits’ of colour in a given area, the possibility to produce finer combinations of inks allows for far more detail and a smaller order of magnitude between shades.

The Future of DVD
October 16th, 2011

DVD outstripped VHS in sales and rentals in 2003, toppling the latter’s 25-year reign over home video consumption. But some believe the Digital Versatile Disc is dying out already as the world shifts towards digital video delivery.


Does Apple need another hero?
September 16th, 2011

On August 24 Steve Jobs made a very low key announcement that he was leaving the company he founded in 1976, was cast out from in 1984, returned to in 1996 and spent the next decade building into the most valuable technology firm on Earth.

15 Megabytes of Fame
December 1st, 2007

The days of having a 24 hours cycle to fill your paper with hard news seem as remote as the era when news took weeks to cross the world by steamship. The constraints on the news media to get the story couldn’t be tighter.






In the Picture As in every creative and business field, the replacement of analogue information ...
August 1st, 2007

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

Will the iPad save newspapers? Accompanied by endless media coverage and cues in the streets, Apple's tablet ...
April 9th, 2010

History’s five worst gadgets For every iPod, there's been an Apple Newton. For every Porsche Careera, ...
September 25th, 2011

Investment in Research & Development Part 1 From the wheel to fibre-optic cables, satellite communications and the industrial ...
September 8th, 2001

The PC that wants to save the world There's always a fringe of products in electronics the makers say will ...
August 28th, 2012


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