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Apple Mac Tablet for the rest of us, Part 1

Apple rumours abound. What with the Apple iPhone doing the rounds, the Mac Tablet had to get an airing. But what would a Mac Tablet do, how would it work and what problems would a Mac Tablet solve? The R&D labs at Apple are a fabled place as Groom Lake, Arizona, more commonly known as […]

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Macworld rumor round-up

So Macworld is right around the corner. What might we expect to see making a debut? Mac OS X 10.5 ‘Leopard’ I don’t see Mac OS X 10.5 shipping at the Macworld show, but it’s a good bet that we’ll see an extended preview: “The likelihood that we’ll see Mac OS X v10.5 (Leopard) released […]

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E-paper and the new computer revolution

The very future of computing could be tightly linked to electronic paper technology. Forget about the Amazon Kindle, or anything from Sony. Anything less than electronic paper has zero long-term future. Why? Because e-paper saves trees and everything else is just so much land fill…

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Microsoft Surface will suffice

It’s a brave company that steps out of their comfort zone and pitches an entirely new class of product at an unsuspecting market. A brave company indeed, but Microsoft don’t qualify. First of all, I’ll qualify that statement: Microsoft, much like any huge slab of a multinational business empire, don’t do things on a whim. […]

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My top 10 sci-tech’ articles for 2006

So it’s that time of year again, eh? Well, not to be left out, here’s my top 10 list of science & technology articles for 2006. Apple iPhone: can Apple make the right call? Apple and the ‘billion dollar’ download patent Life’s top 10 greatest inventions Paper data storage technique could put 256GB on an […]