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Go Digital 2005 archive

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May

30 May - Tracking waste using wireless sensors and the Tanzanian website tackling HIV taboos

23 May - The computer animation in the latest Star Wars film and Adam Curry on podcasting

16 May - Using mobile phones to get directions and a preview of the E3 games expo in Los Angeles

9 May - PC modelling of climate change, using your finger as your ID card and why the Japanese are downloading ebooks on mobiles

2 May - Iranian blogger Hossein Derakshan on weblogs and recycling PCs in Kenya


April

18 April - 40 years of Moore's law, and the UN's first video game

11 April - MIT's mobile alarm and tech for the visually impaired

4 April - Doctors use mobile phones to take diagnostic pictures


March

28 March - Humanoid robots and a $200 computer from Mumbai

21 March - South Africa special: Digital villages and e-learning

14 March - The digital solidarity fund and a report from technology fair Cebit

7 March - China special: The great firewall of China - fact or fiction? Online poker and Chinese digital TV


February

28 February - The Mac Mini: Is it value for money? And Kenyan school kids get digital text books

21 February - How to make computers laugh and online help for alcoholics

14 February - Baby alarms and spy satellites and the truth about online dating

7 February - The sub $100 laptop PC for developing countries


January

31 January - Online speed dating and predicting climate change with PCs

24 January - Video games for blind people and fighting the rising tide of spam

17 January - How quickly do computers get infected? And text messages in Ethiopia

10 January - The web helps trace Tsunami survivors - and battling rogue diallers

3 January - Looking back at the big technology stories of 2004



SEE ALSO
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