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Future of Computing

Articles on the future of computing; a glimpse at our future computing technologies and how we will be effected by them.

Feb 14 2019

Display Server Motherboard information


Simple command to show full details of your servers motherboard.

Helpful to see what the board can handle in terms of Maximum RAM, CPU etc.

Feb 12 2019

Our Fastest Office PC

i7 5Ghz

We don’t normally push the boundaries of computer performance whilst developing websites, however, we do run some decent machines here at Voodish. (Coming soon will be the i7 980X).

Feb 10 2019

Google removed page numbers from search

Google removed page numbers

An interesting development of the new instant search feature from Google, see’s the omission of Page numbers from the footer of search pages. This really does show Google’s focus on the SERP (Search Engine Result Page) hierarchy.

Jan 24 2019

Is iPad a step back for Open Source software?


Apple has unfortunately planned to lock down all the capability of the latest iPad, so that no Open Source software can be used.

It will ship with unprecedented levels of DRM security, stifling Open Source projects to create applications for its latest product.

Jan 24 2019

i-cyber, the World’s first Transparent integrated Computer Desk

Introducing the all new i-cyber from i-desk. Not officially unveiled until the BETT 2010 Show on 13 -16 January 2010, the i-cyber is a completely new concept from the Award winning i-desk team.

Dec 27 2018

XP gets another 6 months

Windows XP has been given another six months of OEM roll out as users are continuing to choose XP over Vista.

Until July 31, 2009, six months after the former ‘final cut-off date’ of January 31, 2009, consumers will be able to choose XP over Vista when purchasing a new computer.

The public image of Vista is now so bad that even Microsoft itself admits it’s not quite what it should have been.

Dec 25 2018

Protein molecules promise 20 times more storage than Blu-ray PS3 50Tb

A prototype drive using protein molecules from a bug has been used to store data at approximately 50 Terabytes! This idea first started out by coating DVDs with a layer of protein so that one day solid state memory could hold so much information that storing data on your computer hard drive will be obsolete, says Professor V Renugopalakrishnan of the Harvard Medical School in Boston while reporting on his findings at the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Brisbane this week.