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Articles and Reviews from Voodish

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.

Jul 21 2020

Free HP computers not so ‘Free’ after all

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HP who issued free computers to the remotest areas of China with each Broadband connection contract, have been under fire from users today.

Complaining of poor quality service, crashing computers and suggestions that they actually pay for the computers after all.

Jul 20 2020

Nintendo Brain Train scientist doesn’t want his $10 million in royalties!

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Entitled to over $10 million in royalties from the Brain training game alone, the self confessed work-a-holic Ryuta Kawashima prefers spending time on his research and development than earning mega bucks.

Jul 20 2020

Forget E-reader and Kindle, think Polymer

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The First Fold-able Screen Phone

A refreshable reading screen, the Readuis is a paper-toned film that rolls out of its mobile-phone-sized case to roughly the width of a paperback, launched in Italy later this year it has 4GB of memory and a remarkable 10-day battery life.

Jul 19 2020

Mirror Image LCD

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It requires no ventilation, laughs at humidity, can easily slip behind a mirror and yet projects crystal clear video onto glass - and when it is switched off, it vanishes completely.

Jul 19 2020

Virus programmer prosecuted for copyright

Sounds strange, but it was the only way the Japanese authorities could successfully prosecute the 24 year old student from Japan.

May 23 2020

Wii doubles Nintendo’s profit

Recent sales figures released show that the Wii console boosted Nintendo’s profit by nearly 200% from the previous year - Sales rose 84.7 per cent from a year ago to 1.316 trillion yen ($US12.35 billion) from $US7.12 billion.

May 22 2020

Support request 10 years too late

A US customer claims it took Microsoft an amazing 10 years to follow-up on a call he made in 1998. Supposedly, it was a clerical error where the receptionist had keyed a “08″ instead of a “98″ for the year that the call was to be returned.