Technology moves so fast, doesn’t it? I mean who would want such a battered looking laptop? It doesn’t look like much, does it?
Well it’s been a long time since I’ve been here. After a quick update it all looks very shiny again. What happened to 2013!? Mostly full of work, friends, and reading in the ruins of Aberystwyth castle. Since the last
A few of weeks ago, I was sitting in a local café with my good friend Adam Blackburn. I can’t quite recall how we got onto the topic, but Adam turned to me and asked “How many sleepers are there
Over the last five years the iPhone has gone through numerous designs, both physical design and hardware design.
Last month at WWDC, Apple announced a new MacBook: The MacBook Pro with Retina display. Specs can be found in my WWDC 2012 post or on the Apple Specs page. But what could we broadly expect Apple’s behaviour on future Mac
Hello! We’ve moved to the right a little… The blog used to be at blog.hashbang0.com but because I got fed up with the hashbang0.com design and upkeep, WordPress will now be powering the main site. Hopefully I’ve done everything right…There has already
At WWDC 2006, Steve Jobs said the following about porting OS X to the Intel architecture “Porting an operating system to an entirely different processer architecture is no easy task and our software team did a magnificent job of taking
Late as always, Apple’s 23rd WWDC kicked off almost a month ago after selling out in just 1h43m! This years event kicked off with Siri warming up the crown and GarageBand on an iPad playing a sting after each joke. Apple
Adding colourful emoticons (or smilies) to texts, emails, and messages can help to liven things up a bit. Unfortunately the Emoji keyboard isn’t accessible by default, but this post will show you how to enable it!
Back in 2010 I complete my dissertation. The idea for my diss came to me while sitting in Starbucks in Camberley sometime during my time at Sun Microsystems, probably early 2009. The idea was quickly jotted on the back of
Once upon a time I had the notion that I would post something vaguely interesting or helpful once a month. While working at Sun that was easy (also making myself blog about my weekly activities for later reference helped), even
Just a quick post to wish you all a very Merry Christmas
Ars Technica recently published HP’s decision means webOS could end up more open than Android. The fate of WebOS has had people pondering since HP announced it was going to stop developing WebOS. It has been suggested that HP should
After the death of Steve Jobs Richard Stallman has said some somewhat callous things about Jobs and Apple and how they have us in “digital handcuffs”. When we purchase a piece of Apple hardware or software, we must accept a