Category: Technology

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3-D ‘Masters’

April 20, 2010 – 3D now seems to be a darling of everyone if what happened at the Masters Golf tournament is anything to go by. The event’s organisers collaborated with IBM to produce...

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iPad drawing interest as device for disabled

April 18, 2010 – Most people view the iPad as a slick multi-media entertainment platform, but Gregg Vanderheiden, a university professor, sees other potential uses for Apple’s new touchscreen device. “Say you have somebody...

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Toon Boom Animate Pro 2

April 12, 2010 – Emmy® Award-winning Toon Boom Animation Inc. announced the upcoming release of Toon Boom Animate Pro 2.A new version that propels professional animators into a new world of creative freedom. Animate...

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Bing gains US search market share

April 12, 2010 – Microsoft’s new Internet search engine Bing increased its share of the US search market in March while market leader Google slipped a bit, online tracking firm comScore said Friday. Bing’s...

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You can rock a 3D theatre at home!

April 9, 2010 – When the movie Avatar premiered, movie-goers scrambled for a feel of the 3D graphics by taking up the limited spaces at the only 3D theatre in Mombasa. Those who had...

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One PC to power many students

April 5, 2010 – Software maker Microsoft has introduced a new technology for shared resource computing in education, Windows MultiPoint Server 2010, during the regional e-learning conference in Nairobi. By tapping into a single...

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Protecting your business assets

March 30, 2010 – Intellectual property (IP) can be defined as a product that has commercial value but is physically intangible, such as music, books and movies. Computer software is a form of IP...

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New bid to Kenyan-ise Google content

March 10, 2010 – The Government and industry view broadband technologies as critical for national and economic development. Reports from many quarters indicate that these technologies can assist communities to realise the benefits of...