Laptops elbow their way into the PC mainstream
August 16th, 2005

After ten years on the market, they seem to have reached a critical tipping point that’s made them competitive, and therefore bought them into the mainstream.

Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town
December 1st, 2009

What a difference a year makes. In December 2008 we were living under the shadow of merchant bank collapses and plunging consumer confidence, the headlines making us think we’d all be subsistence farmers living in shacks by now, civilisation crumbling and burning around us.


License to Drive
July 1st, 2008

A magnetic data disk works similarly, a stylus both reading and writing miniscule peaks and valleys on a solid metal surface (or a plastic one in the case of CD/DVD media), each ‘bump’ representing the ones and zeroes of computer data.

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.


Google Backs the NBN
September 16th, 2011

During a recent industry confab in Japan, Google bigwig Eric Schmidt said the future is not only in mobile (smartphone sales are set to outstrip PCs in 2012) but in the Asia Pacific region, which will see three billion mobile users within five years.

Central Control vital for Buyers
May 6th, 2003

Imagine you’re sick and tired of cereal for breakfast so you go out and buy a shiny new toaster. After three glorious months of hot buttered toast, you notice an identical toaster across the kitchen.






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