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Digital fusion is being redesigned and rebuilt as we speak!

By Alexander Ward | News | Monday, 13 Oct 2014

Becoming a contractor can be a daunting experience for anyone, I am currently going through the early stages of it so I am going to document my successes and failures here in the hope that I can help other people take the plunge and guide them on their own journey to freedom.

By Alexander Ward | Industry | Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Digital Fusion is back after a LONG period of neglect.

By Alexander Ward | News | Monday, 1 Apr 2013

Twitter has risen quite quickly over past few the years into something of a social phenomenon. Its attraction is mysterious to some and obvious to others, however we all have our own ideas on what Twitter is useful for.

By Alexander Ward | Offbeat | Monday, 4 Oct 2010

As you may remember, back in March I did a review of the Motorola Milestone. This was the non-US equivalent of the popular Motorola Droid. Five months later and I am not happy...

By Alexander Ward | Technical | Tuesday, 24 Aug 2010

About 12 years ago, computer gaming discovered 3D graphics, and whilst in principle this is a great advancement, it rang the death knell for the golden age of Role Playing Video Games. Classic titles such as Monkey Island, Simon the Sorcerer and Discworld were no more. We aim to start a campaign to bring them back.

By Alexander Ward | Offbeat | Sunday, 6 Jun 2010

As you may know from my previous post I have recently replaced my old iPhone 3G with a shiny new Motorola Milestone. One of the first things I have realised upon using this phone is that there is not a great deal of focus on it from the UK community. I’ll start with the best 10 apps I’ve discovered so far which are available in our country

By Alexander Ward | Technical | Sunday, 30 May 2010

After a fairly long wait behind the rest of the west, the UK Milestone finally received the update to 2.1. Here is a quick rundown of its new features and instructions on where to get your hands on it.

By Alexander Ward | Technical | Thursday, 13 May 2010

I often hear praise for software applications such as HandBrake and DVDShrink, but after using them myself in the past I found myself wanting a simpler solution. I didn’t really see why in this day-and-age ripping a movie to your hard drive should take more than a few clicks. Then I found DVDFab...

By Alexander Ward | Software | Wednesday, 5 May 2010

With the recent release of the 40 minute video from Adobe promoting their fifth incarnation of their Creative Suite software, we compile the greatest features on offer to web designers and developers.

By Alexander Ward | Software | Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010

For many clients the true value of their website is not realised, often it is just thought of something you should have without any real thought as to why. This article attempts to explain the reasons a website is important and why you should aim to create a fantastic website instead of merely an acceptable one.

By Alexander Ward | Industry | Friday, 9 Apr 2010

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