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Chris Cardell

Cuil… Internet ceases to expand

It’s been almost a month since the hype surrounding the launch of Cuil a search engine and Google basher run by a formal Google employee. On Cuil’s home page you can find the number of pages Cuil has

Mojave… Microsoft clutches at straws

A few minutes ago we received a newsletter from Microsoft with the subject, “What do people really think of Windows Vista?”, the email provides a link to the ‘Mojave Experiment’. This ‘experiment’ is a series of one on ones with people who have never experienced Vista. The opening video shows people talking about their preconceptions […]

A look at web hosting companies

DoesWhat currently maintains two blogs external to the tech news front-page which are ‘Tutorial What’ and ‘YouTubeing’. As of today we’ll be offering ‘Hosting Review’. Over the past couple of years we have tried and tested web hosting companies big and small, cheap and expensive and we would like to share our experiences here at […]

GoDaddy Web Hosting Review

GoDaddy is an interesting web host, they’re essentially a domain registrar; their hosting services are simply an add-on service. One thing is for sure, if the front-end of the hosting company isn’t fast then that’s a fairly good indication on what their purchasable web hosting will be like. The DoesWhat domain is registered at GoDaddy […]

Over 3 million iPhone recalls?

In its first month Apple has sold over 3 million 3G iPhones. Recently the Blogosphere has been reporting less than satisfactory 3G from the latest iPhone, the iPhone 3G with reports of abrupt service interruptions and weak connections …

Detaching the Elonex ONE

Two days ago we unboxed an Elonex ONE for a first look review, you could say the tone was pessimistic and the overall conclusion was one of negativity. However, after detaching the Elonex ONE’s screen which relies more on brute force than any sort of clever mechanism. Detaching transforms the 70s looking laptop to something […]

Elonex ONE un-boxed, first look review

Elonex ONE BoxAt first use this device is extremely underwhelming, it not only feels slow and loads slowly, but is difficult to use. The manual does a reasonable job of explaining the software and basic functions, but even vital information like the removal of the screen from the keyboard is not easy to find…

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