Premium-Inhalt. The New Zealand Red Cross IT team was just returning to some kind of normality following the September earthquake in Christchurch, when the second, more damaging quake struck the city on February 22 shortly before 1pm.
Premium-Inhalt. Touchscreen gaming has its charms but sometimes getting hands-on with a physical controller can't be beat. Computer Engineering graduate he too would like the tactile feedback that only real buttons can provide. With that in mind, he set to work on getting a Super Nintendo controller talking to his smartphone.
Premium-Inhalt. Japan's Sharp has developed an 85-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) panel with resolution equivalent to 16 times that of today's HDTV panels. The screen, which is only a prototype, was developed for Super Hi-Vision, a next-generation television system currently under development in Japan.
Premium-Inhalt. A planned presentation on security vulnerabilities in Siemens industrial control systems was pulled Wednesday over worries that the information in the talk was too dangerous to be released.
Premium-Inhalt. We're trying to contain our geeky delight over here as the has finally arrived at the PCWorld office. Announced back in February at Mobile World Congress, the Xperia Play will make its way to on May 26 for $200 with a two-year contract with Verizon. If you're super-anxious to start gaming, you can pre-order the Play starting tomorrow.
Premium-Inhalt. Vodafone has upgraded its voicemail system opting to drop Unisys in favour of Acision, the same provider VHA partner, Hutchison, uses for its '3' customers.
Premium-Inhalt. Sean Maloney will return to the spotlight as one of Intel's most important executives on May 31 after several months of medical leave and a gradual return to work at the processor giant.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's getting sued (again), Foxconn employees want more money, and Apple employees make insane amounts of profit. The remainders for Wednesday, May 18, 2011 are ready to cash in.
Premium-Inhalt. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has announced that it will shortly move toward the procurement phase of its multi-stage petascale and real-time supercomputing Pawsey Centre project.
Premium-Inhalt. The Oki B710dn should take to a large, busy office like a fish to water. Priced at $775 (as of May 13, 2011), it's built like a tank, it has a tremendous duty-cycle of 250,000 pages per month, and page costs are exceptionally low. Speed and output quality favor PostScript over the more common PCL printer language, however. The offers a little more speed and even more paper capacity, but for a commensurately higher price.