Organisations that hope to prosper despite any recession, need to implement a formal IT strategy. And if they haven’t started on one already, they need to move fast.
Auntie cosies up with Mario
The ICD-UX80 is a good all-round digital voice recorder but is let down by counter-intuitive controls and the fact it can record only in MP3 format.
It's all too clear why Symantec is acquiring Appstream. But just imagine for a moment the company had a wider vision that could really challenge Microsoft's desktop dominance ...
What about women and kids? Asks Gartner
Home video rental giant is developing a set-top device based on Movielink. How will it match up with Apple TV?(From Reuters)
Smart cities promise to streamline communications, improve the lives of citizens, and save energy and money. This guide looks at the emergence of smart city technologies and how they’re working so far....
I've just been looking at a new product called "DimDim" (www.dimdim.
Laser-guided robot 'thinks' like a human
I have been using converged (mobile phone and PDA functionality in one) devices for a few years now and most of the Windows Mobile devices that I have preferred have been ones with QWERTY keyboards (either slide-out or always available). I only had one type of S60 device (E61 and E61i) that had a QWERTY keyboard with all of the others having a standard phone keypad. I think my thumbs have grown accustomed to QWERTY keyboards and I have always kind of looked for them over other devices. I recently read an article written by Rita El Khoury (aka Dotsisx) on Symbian-Guru.com titled, "I Like T9, How About You? that really prompted me to take an honest look at how much text I really enter right on my mobile phones and whether or not a QWERTY device is really required to enter this text.
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There's a neat little story in the current issue (16.05) of Wired magazine about MacBooks being stolen (and recovered) while traveling abroad.
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