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August 16, 2013 by

How to Windows Phone 8 and influence people

Live tiles, a universal charger, the Office suite, and an 8.7-megapixel camera: My two weeks with the Nokia Lumia 925 showed that it certainly has some things going for it, but it's still sorely lacking in the most important areas.

January 10, 2013 by

M2M and the Internet of Things: A guide

The Internet of Things will consist primarily of machines talking to one another, with computer-connected humans observing, analysing and acting upon the resulting 'big data' explosion. Here's how the next internet revolution is shaping up.

July 16, 2012 by

Office 2013: a pleasant surprise

After a week of using Office 2013 we're pleasantly surprised. The changes Microsoft has made to support Windows 8 — and specifically Windows 8 tablets — are logical, and they work well with more traditional ways of using Office.

January 15, 2012 by

2012 mega predictions round-up

It's a new year. Vendors look hopefully to what the next 12 months might bring them, while analysts pitch their predictive powers. We give you a taste of what the IT industry expects for the year ahead.

December 6, 2011 by

GeChic On-Lap 1301

"Two screens good, one screen bad", as Eric Blair might have written: but how do you get two screens on a notebook? Normally you'd have to attach a desktop monitor, which obviously limits your flexibility, or shell out serious money on a specialist system like the recently released dual-17in.

March 24, 2011 by

Is one Windows Phone 7 just like another?

Microsoft set a very firm spec for Windows Phone 7 and the user interface is the same on all devices. There's only one handset so far with a keyboard (the Dell Venue Pro, soon to be followed by the HTC Arrive for Spring customers in the US).

November 9, 2010 by

Shearing Firesheep

The good news is that more tools are appearing that can block Firesheep. The bad news is that they don't get to the root of the problem and they're Firefox specific.

July 12, 2010 by

Back to the Future...

The fascinating history of the automobile is remarkably similar to how personal computing appears to be evolving. Less than 100 years ago there were no standards with experimental contraptions controlled by levers, pedals, handlebars, wheels and a variety of power sources.

July 5, 2010 by

Rugged PCs feed APAC's mobile compute demand

Need for "mission critical" computing on-the-go capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region is fueling demand for rugged PCs, particularly in public-sector domains such as security, education and healthcare, notes analyst.


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