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Apple's new and improved MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

There was no Apple TV in sight, but Apple delivered exactly what everyone expected at today's Worldwide Developers Conference including fresh MacBooks and new versions of Mac OS X and iOS. The biggest surprise was a redesigned Apple MacBook Pro that is notably thinner and lighter, but has a super high-resolution display, faster quad-core processor and Nvidia's latest discrete graphics.

June 11, 2012

BlackBerry falls out of CommBank favour

The Commonwealth Bank has revealed that it's unlikely to pour significant developer resources into making applications for BlackBerry users, with a senior bank executive saying that the mobile space will soon only be a race between Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Windows Phone.

March 18, 2012 by

How to get Windows 7 Beta 1 scot-free

Matt Buchanan over at Gizmodo has posted a down n' dirty guide to getting your grubby hands on Windows 7 without jumping through too many hoops Microsoft positions in front of you. But his guide is a bit long, and now that the beta is available to anyone, I thought I'd offer a quick, printable cheat sheet:Meet the requirements1 GHz 32-bit or 64-bit processor; 1 GB of system memory; 16 GB of available disk space; Support for DirectX 9 graphics with 128 MB memory (to enable Aero); DVD-R/W Drive.

January 12, 2009 by

Winning with the right chips

Chip giant Intel may benefit from a push in graphics, while rival AMD can gain from opportunities in low-cost notebook space, says Gartner analyst.

July 29, 2008 by

Don't be a robot, use one!

In an article about GIS and Robotics, Directions Magazine reports that architects and other professionals can now use spatially intelligent robots to collect interior space data. With such mapping robots, it's possible to capture accurate data for over 10,000 square meters per day and to easily integrate it with your existing software.

October 5, 2006 by

Dell OptiPlex SX260

Taking the small-footprint desktop PC to its logical extreme, Dell's OptiPlex SX260 is a study in compactness that should fit most offices, but doesn't ignore centralised management issues.

February 17, 2003 by

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