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October 22, 2012 by

Britain opens wallet to close IT skills gap

The UK government is giving £1m to smart graduates to entice them to become comp sci teachers and is setting up high-tech apprenticeships at its spy agencies in hopes of overcoming the IT skills shortage.

September 8, 2005 by

Desktop dream machines

RMIT Test Lab finally got its hands on some of the most powerful business PCs on the market. So it is with an eagerness bordering on unadulterated glee that Matt Tett puts these racehorses through their paces.

July 25, 2005 by

Market Overview

The ideal situation of universal-coverage wireless broadband is not here, and may never be achieved. In any case, it will not always be convenient or economical to use 3G or (eventually) 4G wireless in all mobile working situations.

May 16, 2005 by

The importance of being 64-bit

IT vendors such as Microsoft and Intel have grand plans for 64-bit computing and the improved processing potential it promises but convincing customers may not be so straightforward

April 4, 2005 by

Is Moore's Law dead at 40 or is this just a mid-life crisis?

Last week, Michael Kanellos published this FAQ on the 40th anniversary of Moore's law, which is famously known as the phenomenon that computer processing power will double every 18 months.? Actually, Gordon Moore only said that transistor count would double every 24 months and it was David House (a former executive of Intel) who extrapolated that performance would double every 18 months as a result of the increase in transistors.?


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