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NBN Co updates ISP interface roadmap
B2B gateway expected by end of January.
Oct 12 2011 4:12PM
Windows store sole channel for Metro apps
Malware scans for all app submissions.
Sep 20 2011 5:59AM
Touch splits Windows 8 users
Windows users want XP cut, copy, paste... but on touch.
Aug 30 2011 7:01AM
Microsoft lists build teams for Windows 8
How many people does it take to make a new version of Windows?
Aug 19 2011 6:37AM
RIM buys online video editing company
Second Swedish buy to boost PlayBook
Jul 25 2011 1:00PM
NBN Co lays out timeline for ISP interfaces
Batch ordering supported from Q1 next year.
May 11 2011 2:22PM
Robotic sleeves improve thought-controlled computing
Scientists build artificial muscle feedback system.
Dec 15 2010 1:28PM
RIM buys interface talent for PlayBook
Hopes the Swedes can out-style Apple.
Dec 3 2010 8:49AM
ITU launches satellite interface standard for mobiles
Promises to boost international roaming and rural broadband access.
Mar 9 2010 7:16AM
Microsoft releases Project 2010 beta
Most significant release of Microsoft Project for over a decade, says firm.
Sep 18 2009 7:02AM
Malware detected that allows a hacker full control over an ATM
Advanced malware that allows full control over an ATM through a customised user interface has been detected.
Jun 5 2009 11:39AM
Seagate and AMD show off 6Gbps SATA drives
Hard disk specialist Seagate and chipmaker AMD have unveiled the first SATA hard drive capable of running at a transfer speed of 6Gb per second.
Mar 10 2009 1:17PM
Zoho refreshes Writer 2.0 online word processor
Online productivity apps firm Zoho today launched a new version of its flagship Zoho Writer word processing tool, featuring what it claims are major enhancements to the user interface.
Mar 6 2009 5:59AM
Widget Press offers painless iPhone apps
Software startup Widget Press has launched a point-and-click interface for iPhone application development that it said does away with the need for software coding.
Jan 12 2009 3:44PM
Rumours hint at HP iPhone rival
HP is said to be preparing a rival to Apple's popular iPhone, with sources suggesting that it will ship before the end of the year.
Oct 7 2008 12:37AM
Cognos previews customisable Flex interface
Cognos has previewed a new customisable dashboard for its business intelligence tools based on Adobe’s Flex technology.
Sep 5 2008 10:14AM
Flexible computer displays expected within a year
Researchers are developing flexible computer displays that will change shape, respond to touch and physics, and fold to fit users’ pockets.
Jun 5 2008 6:32PM
Mag-lev interface offers sense of touch
Computer users could soon be able to "sense and touch" 3D objects displayed on their screens, thanks to a 'haptic' touch-based interface developed at Carnegie Mellon University..
Mar 6 2008 3:06PM
NFC Forum works on controller interface
Near field communication host controller in development.
Jul 12 2007 2:34PM
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