John Gillooly

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Apple faithful line pavements for latest iPhone

Apple faithful line pavements for latest iPhone

Some might have scoffed at the newest iDevices, but the fans still came out in force.
John Gillooly Sep 20 2013, 2:14PM Mobility
Review: HTC One V

Review: HTC One V

A budget smartphone with looks and design that belies its status.
John Gillooly Nov 14 2012, 8:03AM Reviews
Sony finally launches eBook readers in Australia

Sony finally launches eBook readers in Australia

Announces Australian eBook debut.
John Gillooly Sep 3 2010, 8:34AM Hardware
Comment: Spawning a scandal

Comment: Spawning a scandal

Splashed across the cover of today's Daily Telegraph in Sydney is a large screenshot of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, the single player version of the world's most popular multiplayer game.
John Gillooly Nov 5 2004, 12:00AM Security
Commentary: Double your gaming

Commentary: Double your gaming

NVIDIA calls them the ultra enthusiasts -- an elite band of about 1 million PC nuts worldwide that will buy anything thrown at them.
John Gillooly Jun 29 2004, 12:00AM Strategy
Computex proves crowd pleaser

Computex proves crowd pleaser

COMMENTARY: The last few days of Computex, leading up to the final day when they let the general public loose on the exhibition, are absolutely insane. This is great for honing the pushing through crowds skills, but not particularly good for getting hands on with the hot new tech.
John Gillooly Jun 8 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Computex Day 2 -- Pushing the pixels

Computex Day 2 -- Pushing the pixels

COMMENTARY: The second day of Computex for us was heavily focused on the world of graphics.
John Gillooly Jun 4 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
The birth of the PCI-Express age

The birth of the PCI-Express age

COMMENTARY: Ah Computex. Here I am again for another year of the craziest show on earth. It may lack the slickness of shows like E3 and Comdex, but it is an experience like no other.
John Gillooly Jun 3 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Intel moves beyond megahertz

Intel moves beyond megahertz

Chip giant Intel has announced that it would introduce a model numbering scheme across its consumer CPU range.
Staff Writers , John Gillooly Mar 22 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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