David Fearon explains how solid-state disks work, and how their performance stacks up to conventional disks
Once the dust from a new business settles, not all is roses in the world of some cloud productivity tools. David Fearon looks at heading to the next level.
David Fearon looks at the basic justifications for cloud computing in life at the sharp end of business.
It's difficult for an open-source media player app to compete with the big boys, but Songbird makes a good fist of the job, says David Fearon
David Fearon discovers it's easier than you think to create an extension for Google's browser
A fine, if chunky digital compact, but one in danger of falling between two stools
Fantastic video quality and very good stills, but we’ve seen most of it before
Not a massive advance for stills, but serious filmmakers looking for HD on a budget should sit up and take note
Superb performance and reasonable pricing, plus the removal of artificial barriers to 4P computing, make it a potential Xeon-killer
With more sensible pricing, the latest addition to the PEN range is a definite step in the right direction. Performance problems remain, however
The chip giant has released its first raft of 32nm server and workstation processors
A surprisingly cohesive, well-programmed and useful browser for those who can’t live without their social media
Intel's newest Classmate PC has been revealed at CeBIT
Chip giant Intel has produced an experimental computer fitted with a 48-core processor
It’s an original concept but one that doesn’t really solve any problems, and the price is only a little short of absurd
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