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Booming Aussie start-up Mathspace takes its maths e-learning solution to millions of college students...
Mathspace is being rolled out for use across thousands of colleges in the United States as part of an integration with MyMathLab, Pearson’s leading online homework, tutorial and assessment product.
While the myriad ways of delivering information have evolved dramatically, for many organisations, the system for managing the information hasn’t changed much.
27-year-old Vinson Leow has come to the rescue of the rest of our ‘on-the-go’ generation with the world’s fastest portable phone charger – the ASAP Dash
In the growingly mobile world, opportunities are manifold but the traditional developers find themselves short of key skills and tools, besides being frustrated by the cost and complexity of supporting multiple devices and platforms, according to a survey by Embarcadero.
Windows 8 or bust? Microsoft’s fate in the post-PC world is inextricably linked to Windows 8, the newest version of its ubiquitous but antiquated operating...
Based on this first-look video, Windows 8 looks eerily familiar to those of us who paid any attention to the Windows Phone 7 operating system when it came out a year ago -- big tiles that contain themes and logical (to the folks in Redmond, Wash., at least) collections of apps and data. And touching. Lots and lots of touching.
It seems British comedy legend Ronnie Corbett's character has a problem with his Blackberry ... er, blackberry. In addition to this bit being incredibly smart (and deliciously old-skool), it also reminds us that even in the digital age, what's new is old, as we outfit common words and phrases with new definitions.
You don’t need to be a geek and waste money on programs to carry out PC maintenance. Some of the most effective programs are free with no strings attached, and Windows’ built-in tools are up to the task. Here are the Top 5 tips to keep your computer in top shape – and spend less on computer repairs!