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Welcome to our Articles section, we try and update this section at least twice weekly, so check back regularly for the most up to date info. Our sections include Future of Computing, Internet Tools, Tea Break and Web Development.

Apr 19 2019

Inclarity talks to the Guardian about the benefits of Hosted VoIP

Many companies are confused about how to migrate to IP communications cost-effectively and painlessly, but hosted Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) offers a way to make it cheaper and simpler. Dave Millett, operations director of Inclarity tells readers how.

Apr 18 2019

What the heck is e-mail?

Honeywell Email 1977 TB


The year is 1977

The Buzz Word is Electronic Mail or E-Mail for short

Send messages across the Globe!!
What crazy Voodoo is this?


Apr 18 2019

Charity Laptop under attack from Intel.

One Laptop per child

It could transform life for billions of children, but one man’s charitable dream of a £50 computer is under attack from Chip manufacturer.
Just as orders are due to be placed, Intel has changed its tune as it jostles for position, with others who once doubted the dream, in a market that could be worth billions.

Experts queued up to say it couldn’t be done, but they were proven wrong and on the dawn of production, all maybe lost.

Apr 17 2019

Most powerful Supercomputer unleashed

The Blue Gene/P works at operating speeds of over 1,000 trillion calculations per second. (1 PetaFlops)

Making it around three times more powerful than the Supercomputer which recently simulated half a Mouse Brain - the Blue Gene/L

Apr 17 2019

Could this be the Fastest Desktop PC?

Circuit Board

US Wizz kids at the University of Maryland have emerged from their labs with a desktop parallel computing system they say is 100 times faster than current PCs.

According to Network World, the computer uses a circuit board about the size of a license plate upon which the boffins have stuck 64 parallel processors.

Apr 16 2019

Computer in USB Pen Drive!

Linux USB Pen

Hard to believe, but a new Linux Computer has been crammed into a USB Pen Drive!

Measuring just 3.3 x 1.4 inches (85 by 35 mm) the tiny device has 64MB of SDRAM and 256MB of NAND flash. So don’t expect to play Half-Life 2 on it, but it should be able to handle basic Internet functions decently.

Apr 16 2019

Cyber attack on Pentagon

Pentagon Logo

US reporters state that the Pentagon has had to close its E-mail system due to an attacker, who managed to penetrate the systems taking over 1,500 accounts offline.
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates said that a “variety of precautionary measures” were being taken. “Elements of the… unclassified email system were taken offline yesterday afternoon due to a detected penetration,” Mr Gates said.