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Displaying items by tag: Computer

In just a few days time on February 15, it will be 75 years since the deployment of the first all-electronic, programmable computer at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, called ENIAC, which stands for an "Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer".

Published in IT Industry

In light of Apple's latest "what's a computer" campaign, pitting ultra-reliable, richly app-laden iPads with long battery life against cheap Windows computers, are Kogan's notebooks a good deal?

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 19 November 2017 22:37

With iPad, who needs a computer?

Apple has launched a fun, minute-long video looking at a teenager using an iPad all throughout the day, with an insightful question posed right at the end.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Promising ‘affordable productivity and mobility’ at a price of $259 plus $19 deliver to most metro postcodes, Kogan’s 2-in-1 Windows 10 hybrid might be the one for you!

Published in Home Tech

Those brave enough to try a sneak peek of Apple’s latest iOS 9 in a more stable ‘public beta’ than earlier developer betas can now do so.

Published in Home Tech

Asus continues transforming the 2-in-1 space with ever lighter and thinner hybrid ultrabooks, with its latest being the Asus Transformer Book Chi T300.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 09:56

Review: Billion BiPAC P108

Powerline networking has reached the point where it just works.  Mostly.  The Billion BiPAC P108 achieves that.

Published in Networking

Billions of years after Apple re-popularised the 'all-in-one' desktop PC that's all screen and no 'box', Toshiba has finally entered the desktop PC market with its own 'all-in-one', presenting it as a digital hub - just like Apple!

Published in Home Tech

Don't worry, Apple hasn't gone mad with its pricing. Instead, auction house Christie's is selling an Apple 1 computer, in what looks like original condition, not only made in the garage of Steve Jobs' parents, but also coming with a 'rare commercial letter from Steve Jobs' himself.

Published in Home Tech

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced they are now shipping their new USB 3 point zero Express RAM Cache drive. Available in 32 and 64GB capacities, this new drive implements a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 300 percent.

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Automated expression recognition technology by the CSIRO is making Santa Claus’ job a lot easier these days. He may only need to check his list once, not twice, to see if you’ve been naughty or nice.

Published in Biology
Researchers at the International Business Machines Corporation announced that they have built a computer that simulated the cerebral cortex--the thinking part of the brain--of a cat.  What's next? A human? Yes!

Published in Biology
Friday, 04 September 2009 15:28

The world's oldest working computer

The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, home to the UK's famous code breakers during World War Two, is on a mission to restore the world's oldest original working computer.

Published in Home Tech
Telstra is offering a new round of grants of up to $A50,000 to help community groups teach seniors about using mobile phones and computers.

Published in Strategy

Those of us who work in technology have a jargon all of our very own. We know the difference between CPUs and GPUs, between SSD and HDD, let alone HD and SDTV! Yet, our users are flat out calling everything "the hard drive."

Published in The Linux Distillery
Impulse-buy retailer Zazz.com.au has sold computers in the past, but today's deal is a special one to my heart. For less than $200 including freight you get a Dell Optiplex desktop computer with Ubuntu Linux loaded and guaranteed fully working. However, you only have today to go for it.

Published in The Linux Distillery
In mobster parlance, to “waste” something is to get rid of it, hence the headline. Yet the question is vital, with millions of technological products currently going into landfill and polluting the earth for generations to come, with Australia’s politicians predictably “wasting” time dithering on not delivering a solution. The “TEC” demands action – now!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Are you or your employees stuck in “space-constrained” offices or cubicles? Then Dell’s new “OptiPlex 160” might be the answer to a bit of extra space on your desk, although if a few inches of extra space is the difference between sanity and insanity in the office, you might have other problems.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Dell’s 12-inch netbook is finally available in Australia, but with a hardware limit of 1GB and only Windows Vista Basic on offer (unlike in the US, where Ubuntu is also available), is the Inspiron Mini 12 worth it?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 13 November 2008 11:59

ASUS brings Bamboo casings to life in notebook

Previewed a while ago at trade shows, the largely (but not entirely) bamboo clad Asus notebook doesn’t come cheap, but shows off your environmental cred and ability to afford it. As a Core 2 Duo notebook, it’s no mere netbook, and is guaranteed to get attention.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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