Despite all the economic doom & gloom, Dell it seems is as happy as a pig in swill these days, and apart from having solid sales figures and nice growth figures, the company is also on a massive R & D roll, one that seems to be leading it into the realm of entertainment.
18 months ago after one crash too many I switched from Microsoft's Internet Explorer to Google Chrome the difference in speed and efficiency was amazing. Since then millions of other users have done the same with IE usage crashing from over 84% to less than 45%.
As all eyes are on the new Samsung Galaxy tab, it seems Steve Jobs is still hammering away in the Apple development labs on the impending iPad2, iPhone 5 and the mini iPhone - all tipped for release this year.
InFocus Corp., has launched a range of 3D projectors aimed at teaching complex visual subjects. Designed for classroom use, the company has collaborated with Lightspeed Design Inc to cut entry level costs of 3D projectors.
Laser printers are in big demand and as sizes shrink and functions grow, Lexmark has gone one step further with a printer that is very much a design statement for the desk. But the big question is does the S815 stack up as a good all round printer?
The union representing Qantas Licenced Aircraft Engineers appear to have had a lapse in intelligence after they started peddling fear and untruths about the recent Qantas A 330 incident over Indonesia says Qantas.