Emma Hughes

Recent articles by Emma Hughes

Retro storage formats have it taped

Retro storage formats have it taped

According to recent research by IDC, the LTO tape is still the most popular practice process in data storage and business continuity strategies – despite technological advancement.
Aug 25 2008 7:49AM
Google upgrades ad quality judgment

Google upgrades ad quality judgment

Google is again visiting the health spa, this time for a make-over for its mechanism for judging ad quality.
Aug 23 2008 4:44PM
Virtual economy is on the up

Virtual economy is on the up

Sweatshops are far more fun than they used to be – multiplayer online games have given rise to an ever-growing virtual economy.
Aug 23 2008 4:44PM
Ebay introduces bold changes

Ebay introduces bold changes

Ebay is announcing changes to transform the jumble-sale business into a worldwide shopping mall.
Aug 21 2008 7:56AM
ISM report shows .coms do better

ISM report shows .coms do better

Internet Search Metrics' latest report found that high street retailers are losing out dramatically to smaller, independent .coms.
Aug 12 2008 7:34AM
Laptop motion detector warns of earthquake

Laptop motion detector warns of earthquake

The technology used to detect motion in laptops can be utilised to detect earthquakes.
Aug 12 2008 7:34AM
Security conference suffers breach of security

Security conference suffers breach of security

The Black hat security conference held in Las Vegas last week experienced a major problem – in the shape of three French journalists.
Aug 11 2008 8:52AM
Have no fear, the $99 laptop is here

Have no fear, the $99 laptop is here

Jointech's JL7100 laptop is apparently ready to sell – but is this actually a laptop or just a glorified PDA?
Aug 11 2008 7:15AM
Dragonfly spies hit the skies

Dragonfly spies hit the skies

The worlds smallest nano air vehicle was unveiled last week by Delft University of Technology.
Aug 6 2008 2:27PM
Great Firewall of China remains strong

Great Firewall of China remains strong

Amnesty International was last week granted freedom in China, but says the country’s promise remains broken.
Aug 4 2008 8:12AM
Credit crunch angst boosts open source software

Credit crunch angst boosts open source software

The crashing state of the economy is not a bad thing for everybody, a recent survey by the Open Solutions Alliance uncovered.
Jul 29 2008 1:29PM
Digital photo frames explode into a living room near you

Digital photo frames explode into a living room near you

Photographs have long been the most popular way to capture a moment in time, but the good old-fashioned family photo album is rapidly being replaced by Harry Potterish digital displays.
Jul 28 2008 2:07PM
AMD takes 'new' initiative

AMD takes 'new' initiative

Processing powerhouse AMD wants to share the love and deepen the penetration of technology in India through IT channels.
Jul 28 2008 9:33AM
VIA appoints open source champion

VIA appoints open source champion

The Ottowa Linux Symposium last week witnessed the marriage of VIA Technologies and Harald Welte.
Jul 28 2008 9:33AM
Myspace suicide woman 'did what loads of people do online'

Myspace suicide woman 'did what loads of people do online'

Missouri mother Lori Drew’s lawyer is now arguing that if she is guilty, then so are millions of other internet users every day.
Jul 25 2008 9:32AM

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