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    ‘If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk?’
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    Thank you to everyone who took part in our end of year round up quiz. Here are the answers and details of the winner!
  • Henry Tucker
    The quality of video game graphics progresses at an astounding rate. Year-on-year they get better and better. However, although the likes of EA will say you’re ‘In The Game’, you aren’t really. Not yet anyway.
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    In January 2014, my post on this blog outlined my belief that 2014’s big picture issue was trust. I leave it to you to judge whether I was accurate or not. In the same spirit, I offer my 2015 theme as the limit of algorithms.
  • Henry Tucker
    When I came to CES2014 one of the things I was most impressed by was Audi’s computer controlled cars. You could park them simply by pressing a button on your smartphone. They could also take the controls in slow moving traffic, but because of legislation they couldn’t do more than that.
  • Brian Runciman
    Here are some things that caught my less than photographic eye at CES 2015, but you'll get the gist. Are they useless or do they have utility? Your call.
  • Brian Runciman
    Is it sad that whilst I'm at CES 2015 recent BCS campaigns keep coming into my mind?
  • Henry Tucker
    This week, as we walked the halls of CES, we were accosted by a very enthusiastic man who wanted to talk about USB ports. Exciting stuff I’m sure you agree.
  • Henry Tucker
    If you want to find quirky new gadgets then the annual CES show is the place to go. With halls the size of small countries filled with new products there is a lot to take in.
  • Brian Runciman
    I can't remember if 2014 was supposed to be the year of the wearable, I would imagine someone declared it so, but CES 2015 is trying to make sure that this year is.

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