Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, gives fascinating insights into the control engineering…
The so-called father of the Internet Vint Cerf gives his prediction for the Web's next ten years, while the EU aims for all Europeans to…
Opinion: Computers and IT used to be fun once. Have we lost the plot? Maybe... or maybe not.
IBM recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of its international technical support organisation, ITSO, and  has committed to continue producing its core product, free IBM Redbooks,…
Black Duck Software adds C/C++ open source software to its Koders.com code search engine, providing an additional 100 million lines of code ideal for embedded…
ExitReality has just been released as a public beta. In this interview, CEO Danny Stefanic discusses the product's rationale, development and potential for 3D enhancement…
SkypeOut enables you to make inexpensive voice calls from your PC to the switched telephone network, to destinations anywhere in the world. Here's an update…
A recent report says there's a "Digg Throat" who is using his popularity at Digg to get paid for boosting other peoples' submitted articles onto…
ProcessQuickLink is a free Windows utility that enables you to discover the nature of those mysterious tasks you find running under Microsoft Windows. It can…
Listen to IBM executive Rich Lechner describe the reasons behind Monday's extensive storage hardware, software and services announcements, explaining the information challenges they address in…

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