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The 2020 Appian APAC Partner Award winners across four categories have been announced, with these strategic partners selected based on their success in helping companies execute their business strategies through applications built on the Appian Low-code Automation Platform. 

Published in Business IT

The James Dyson Award is an incredible global incubator of engineering and design talent, starting 14 years ago and bringing forth incredible innovation from students, with this year's Australian winner now set to compete in the international finals.

Published in Development

Despite a plethora of entertainment options in various telco smartphone plans, MVNO OVO has won an industry award for "Best Plans in Entertainment" – again.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A new low-cost, hand-held device called sKan uses heat detection to help physicians quickly identify skin cancer and has won the international James Dyson Award

Published in Development
Monday, 18 April 2011 18:07

Apple's iPad 2: resoundingly #winning so far!

With the iPad 2 under attack from a wide range of tablets that either most don't yet want or which still aren't available until later this year, with some just getting new delays in the last week, 2011 is already the year of the iPad 2 by availability, desirability, demand and default.

Published in Home Tech

Parallels today announced that a benchmark study from MacTech found Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac (www.parallels.com/desktop) "beat VMware Fusion 3.1 in 92% of the 3D graphics tests' and '84% of the general tests.'The labs pitted the two leading commercial virtualization products against each other in more than four thousand tests examining the performance of Windows XP and Windows 7applications on four different Mac models: the "White" MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Pro. According to MacTech, 'When you look at the big picture of all the testing, Parallels is the clear winner.'

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