Tony Austin

Tony Austin

Worked at IBM from 1970, for a quarter century, then founded Asia/Pacific Computer Services to provide IT consulting and software development services (closed company at end of 2013). These says am still involved with IT as an observer and commentator, as well as attempting to understand cosmology, quantum mechanics and whatever else will keep my mind active and fend off deterioration of my grey matter.

Website URL: http://asiapac.com.au/

COMMENT My faith in the AMD processor range has been reinforced by the impressive new Ryzen series.

Using Windows 8 on non-touchscreen devices such as legacy PCs in desktop mode will impose an excessive burden on many consumers and enterprise users, because the new "metro" touchscreen mode has been given all the focus.

IBM scientists have come up with a prototype optical chipset, dubbed 'Holey Optochip', that is the first parallel optical transceiver able to transfer one trillion bits per second - one terabit - equivalent to downloading 500 high definition movies per second.

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