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  • LEARNING

    It's just not cricket (I Wish)

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 03/01/2010

    » I write this from a dark corner of my bedroom in my mother's holiday unit in Marcoola, Queensland, a room to which I have retreated in order to escape the scourge that infects this otherwise idyllic Australian holiday I'm enjoying this week. It's cricket, and I can't escape it.

  • TECH

    New Asus Scores a 10 for Style

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 03/01/2010

    » A little over two years ago, Asus appeared on the scene with a model that was to start a new era of laptops - the netbook generation. Since then, many manufacturers have followed suit, releasing a myriad of models of various specs and sizes. Asus continues its epic EEE PC series with the recent release of the 1008HA model, but can they continue to shape the genre of laptop that they practically defined?

  • LEARNING

    An ode to the service industry

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 10/01/2010

    » This is a column for my Thai readers only. That's because I want to teach them a lesson about their service staff. I want to make a complaint and I want Thais to sit up and take notice. Simply put ... what on earth has happened to good ol' service these days? I'm talking about restaurants.

  • TECH

    The new face of Desktop Computing

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 10/01/2010

    » The user interface of computing continues to evolve in 2010 as manufacturers look to push into new markets, while consumers are ever-more aware of their budgets. As laptops get smaller in the gripping netbook craze, (largely considered to be started by Asus in 2007 with the release of the first EEE PC) desktops are becoming more compact, manageable and stylish in a trend towards all-in-one machines (set in motion by Apple with the iMac G5 in 2004). Recently, HP appeared on the all-in-one scene with the release of the MS217D desktop, but have they balanced the budget-to-performance ratio with the expectations and needs of home users? Let's take a closer look.

  • LEARNING

    What's in a name? Plenty in this country

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 17/01/2010

    » There is a building not far from my home in salubrious Samut Prakan that I happen to pass whenever I take a shortcut to Sukhumvit Road. It's a boring, designless concrete factory or shop or something or other. And out the very front, in very big letters, is the name of the business: "NEWISH GERMS".

  • TECH

    Heading for the finnish line

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 17/01/2010

    » Although the sands are shifting under the mobile phone market, Nokia still manages to hold on to the No1 handset manufacturer slot despite its eroding market share (about 38%).

  • LEARNING

    A very weighty matter

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 24/01/2010

    » I caught my dear friend Evil Neil going through his New Year's presents last week as I paid him a visit in his office.

  • TECH

    Korean Dream

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 24/01/2010

    » While HP holds on to its major share of the notebook market, smaller players are left to fight for the competitive minor placings.

  • LEARNING

    Sars wars - The death of a Zombie

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 31/01/2010

    » It is 9:30am in a hotel in the far, far northeast of Thailand, last Sunday to be exact. In 15 minutes I have to be onstage to give a speech, and I have detoured into the hotel's all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast.

  • TECH

    Size Matters

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 31/01/2010

    » Earlier this month, Amazon.com announced the official release of an international version of its popular Kindle electronic reader - the Kindle DX, now available in over 100 countries, including Thailand.

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