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.
Posted on 14th May 2006 at 12:27 by Wil Harris with 23 comments
Well, E3 is now done and dusted. Wil Harris kicks back with a Corona and shares his thoughts on the big announcements, winners and losers of the show. Hint - the winner is you.
Posted on 6th May 2006 at 09:46 by Chris Caines with 43 comments
Is the online world of blogging turning us all into emotional voyeurs and exhibitionists? How much about yourself are you comfortable revealing? Plenty, it seems.
Posted on 16th Apr 2006 at 12:47 by Wil Harris with 41 comments
Delivering his annual Easter Message, Wil Harris encourages the world to work together in peace and harmony - and wonders whether £300 is better spent on a new graphics card or an Xbox 360.
Posted on 15th Mar 2006 at 18:55 by Wil Harris with 25 comments
March is just mental when it comes to computing. IDF, CeBIT, GDC, a plethora of products and the daily rigmarole of putting out reviews to boot. What're the stories behind the news this month?
Posted on 19th Feb 2006 at 19:16 by Wil Harris with 44 comments
Real life Tomb Raider models. Honestly, who's idea was that? Graphics cards in the year of HD-DVD with no HDCP support. Come on! Sony and its PlayStation 2. Why must they release such darned good games on such an appalling platform?
Posted on 6th Feb 2006 at 08:27 by Brett Thomas with 10 comments
Are you fed up of vapourware? Brett Thomas is distinctly cheesed off with products being launched and previewed, then failing to appear in the material realm. We like to call them 'Phantom' products. Geddit?
Posted on 22nd Jan 2006 at 17:40 by Brett Thomas with 40 comments
Our latest columnist, Brett Thomas, has got the Swiss Army Knife Blues. Why does everything have to do everything? Can't we just focus on one function?
Posted on 16th Jan 2006 at 11:11 by Wil Harris with 91 comments
Wil Harris is fed up of the imitation culture of the tech industry, having witnessed a million-and-one knock-offs at CES. Bring on the companies with vision and originality!