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Supply chain solutions vendor Wavelink has released the next generation of its Velocity mobile application platform which it says transforms warehouse productivity by increasing efficiency through reducing training and improving accuracy.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Xerox PARC, Apple, Microsoft: these companies and more have contributed to the ubiquitous but evolving WIMP (windows, icons, menus, pointers) user interface. According to Mark Shuttleworth Ubuntu is poised to revolutionise the menu this April.

Published in The Linux Distillery

Microsoft's Craig Mundie looks after the company's long-term strategy, overseeing one of the largest computer science research organisations in the world - and he sees a future of invisible technology using natural user interfaces delivering much more immersive interactive experiences.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 02 January 2011 17:08

Deceptive progress-More to it than meets the eye

My mind must be playing tricks on me. That file seemed to download faster than I expected. Did it really?

Published in Biology
Friday, 13 November 2009 15:17

'Windows 7 copied Mac' claim crushed by Microsoft

It’s all over the news – a Microsoft employee saying the graphics of Windows 7 were inspired by the Mac, then quickly corrected by the official Windows Team Blog saying it was nothing of the sort!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 27 October 2008 19:13

Linux incognito part three: Windows Vista

Here's how to skin Linux to give a Windows Vista appearance. You can help provide a familiar look and feel to your Windows-trained friends and family as you coax them towards Linux. Or you can enjoy the satisfaction of having something looking like Vista actually run with stability.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Friday, 15 August 2008 11:29

Powerful graphical tools for Ubuntu Linux

In my last article I looked at gaming on Ubuntu Linux and concluded that it is alive and well! Now we head back into the "useful" side of Linux. Linux has a bad reputation of having to use the Command Line Interface (CLI) to do anything really useful. In this article I will talk about some graphical interfaces for tools to get those "useful" things done.
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