Posted on 27th Aug 2006 at 22:29 by Brett Thomas with 49 comments
Core 2 Duo, 4x4, Kentsfield, AMD buys ATI... after years of slow moving, it seems the whole industry's gone into a tizzy. Has this world lost its mind? Brett Thomas doesn't think so, and he thinks he's found the key that makes it all come together.
Posted on 17th Aug 2006 at 16:10 by Alex Watson with 14 comments
Politicians are notoriously out of touch with the connected world that we live in. Is this acceptable? Alex Watson contemplates tubes, emails and political parties dedicated to the cause of piracy.
Posted on 4th Aug 2006 at 14:59 by Ryan Garside with 17 comments
The internet can make or break celebrities and upcoming artists alike. Does this make it a great democratic medium, or is it a step too far for user-power? New kid on the block, Ryan Garside, muses.
Posted on 26th Jul 2006 at 07:56 by Brett Thomas with 12 comments
Symantec has been taking aim at the beta of Windows Vista in an effort to show it's still security's top dog. But is it good to be so blunt on a beta? Columnist Brett Thomas doesn't think it's much more than bad marketing, and here's why.
Posted on 20th Jul 2006 at 20:36 by Tim Smalley with 99 comments
Just last week, Intel released its Core 2 Duo processors with a bang. This week, Chief Executive Paul Otellini says that quad-core will be with us by the end of this year. With all of the moving and shaking, Tim Smalley looks down the road ahead.
Posted on 17th Jul 2006 at 09:04 by Brett Thomas with 2 comments
Dell tried to enter the world of the Bloggerati this week, and was widely blasted for doing so. How can Dell learn from the popular corporate bloggers like the guys at MSDN?
Posted on 12th Jul 2006 at 15:14 by Wil Harris with 13 comments
The World Cup is over, but we're still left with a shelf-full of mediocre football games. How can we make a more accurate digital representation of the beautiful game?
Posted on 3rd Jun 2006 at 13:06 by Wil Harris with 35 comments
'Web 2.0' sites like Digg and Flickr provide some of the most awesome content on the web. Why on earth should we be worried about their popularity? Wil Harris explains the long-term consequences of all that information.
Posted on 31st May 2006 at 14:51 by Brett Thomas with 37 comments
What would happen if Apple and Microsoft were to merge their operating systems? The result would be probably the greatest piece of software known to man - and would stop both companies trying to reinvent the wheel.
Posted on 21st May 2006 at 13:13 by Brett Thomas with 47 comments
In this monster-column, Brett lays down why the Wii is the best name ever, and why Nintendo will save the gaming industry (again) in the post-E3 glare. Theories include alpha-male rhetoric, superiority complexes, Sony fetishists, Steve Ballmer and women. Intrigued? You should be.