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Open Standards: The reason why the web succeeded

Open Standards: The reason why the web succeeded

Tim Berners Lee, the creator of the web, tells the American Congress why itis so successful; Open Standards.

The Web’s Best Interface Design

The Web’s Best Interface Design

Business Logs, who are part of the 9rules network announce the ‘Best in Web Interfaces awards’. The list compiled by Mike Rundle details his favourite...

UK government ignores open-source potential

UK government ignores open-source potential

The UK government is biased against the use of open-source technology, a situation that could limit the computing skills of the future workforce, according to...

Portable applications for your USB pen

Portable applications for your USB pen

PortableApps.com have a range of resources for you to download direct to your pen drive. You simply plug them in to any computer and run...

Philips Drag and Draw Technology

Philips Drag and Draw Technology

Philips have created an electronic crayon that actually encourages kids to ‘draw’ on walls. Turn the lights down, mix your palette and off you go....

Workplace smoke ban a ‘gift’ for hackers

Workplace smoke ban a ‘gift’ for hackers

Workplace smoking bans may be good for workers’ health, but could open the back door to hackers. In a recent social engineering test undertaken by...

Intel Builds the Fastest Chip Ever

Intel Builds the Fastest Chip Ever

Capable of processing 1 trillion calculations a second, Intel’s latest test chip, when used commercially, will revolutionise computing Computing took a leap forward when chipmakers...

23 Signs That You’re Becoming a Design Geek

23 Signs That You’re Becoming a Design Geek

Learn to spot the warning signs in time, you know you’re becoming a design geek when: 1. You giggle whenever you use the colours F0CCED,...

Windows that become mirrors at the flick of a switch

Windows that become mirrors at the flick of a switch

We’ve all seen the one way mirrors in police interrogation scenes, but Japanese scientists have developed mirror/window that can be turned on at the flick...

History of Windows

History of Windows

With the recent launch of Windows Vista, Wired magazine take a look back at the 23 year history of the hugely successful Operating System. Starting...

Branded Buildings

Branded Buildings

Billboard adds simply won’t do for Korea marketing companies. Car and Fashion companies are using entire buildings to advertise their products with fantastic results. Huge...

Wikipedia Introduces the nofollow attribute

Wikipedia Introduces the nofollow attribute

Wikipedia implemented a little change to their website yesterday, in an attempt to make their popular social encyclopedia a less attractive target for spammers. It...

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