1st October 2005 Archive
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Intel's founder reflects on the joys of blowing things up
Gordon Moore - yes, he of transistor observation fame - came to the Computer History Museum last night. He sat. He chatted. He celebrated 40 years of being the most famous plotter on the planet. We ate cake. The museum sits in Mountain View, California not far from where Moore got his start at the Shockley laboratory and …
PCs 1 Oct 2005, 01:16
Review High class tech in a non-nerdy case
Yesterday Cingular announced that it is bringing Nokia's 9300 Communicator to the US market starting in November. The 9300 puts a QWERTY keyboard, and a powerful computer, into a form factor apparently designed to repel gadget geeks, such is its conservative styling. So it's a serious piece of kit - it just would rather you …
Reviews 1 Oct 2005, 08:34
- Geek's Guide to Britain INSIDE GCHQ: Welcome to Cheltenham's cottage industry
- 'Catastrophic failure' of 3D-printed gun in Oz Police test
- Game Theory Is the next-gen console war already One?
- BBC suspends CTO after it wastes £100m on doomed IT system
- Peak Facebook: British users lose their Liking for Zuck's ad empire