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 Continue reading
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 Continue reading
Co-writer of the C language and co-creator of the UNIX operating system Dennis Ritchie sadly passed away last Saturday. It seems his death was somewhat overlooked due to the passing of Steve Jobs. Thanks to Ritchie’s contributions to computing, we have the C language Continue reading
I sat down at my computer this morning before work, I glanced at my tweets, then at my RSS, I realised what had happened. Yesterday the world lost a great man, Steve Jobs. I know that this will be plastered Continue reading
Sherlock is one of my all time favourites. No, not the stories, the game!
A couple of friends have made some apps for the iPhone/iPod Touch, so I thought I’d quickly plug them First up is Wager by Tom Diggle. This app is handy for calculating the return and profit of many betting types. Continue reading
Last weekend it was Faye’s 23rd birthday. Having asked her previously she had joked about an iPad, so I saved and an iPad she got. A 32GB, Wi-Fi only iPad2.
The social networking world is rather turbulent at the moment, with Google barging in to rival Facebook.
Now I have a Google+ account (more on that later) I want to start moving my life from Facebook to the new shiny thing. Thankfully, Facebook make it somewhat easier than one would expect. If you navigate to Account > Continue reading