If you’ve not read the previous installment of “what laptop did I finally decide to buy” then please take a look here as to why a Macbook Pro just wasn’t for me. So, the Macbook went back, and I was convinced I was going to wait until the Apple announcement […]
Last year I started a podcast for my town, and I quickly realised that my aging desktop computer with its quirks and loud fans wasn’t helping at all. I was recording straight from the Mic via USB into my computer and the Mic I was using was what’s known as […]
When I started looking at installing Ubuntu onto my rarely used Nexus 7 2012 edition tablet, I hadn’t considered how much of a right pain in the arse it would be if you weren’t running Ubuntu. Turns out, if you’re running Ubuntu, it should be a walk in the park, […]
I spent a good while debugging this not wanting to change too much incase it was something bizarre. Turned out to be something simple.
So it appears the updates to Twitter have killed Peep for HTC Desire and possibly other devices. Is this the start of their “stop making Twitter clients” argument? Unless Peep and HTC can update and get around it, I think HTC will have to remove the app, and no doubt […]
A round-up of the very latest tablets including the Apple iPad 2, Motorola Xoom and Blackberry Playbook.
I run through the nbench result from my new HP ProLiant Microserver
Today, I should get my new HP ProLiant MicroServer to replace my far too large and powerful HP DL140 server. This server was a bargain, I actually clicked on an advert offering £100 cashback on it. I had assumed the server would have been expensive but it wasn’t really. It […]
Sony are apparently working on developing a “hacker proof” Playstation 3. Is this too much of a test for hackers?
I’ve read lots of release information about the upcoming Android 2.2 release Froyo which has now started to roll out to the Google Nexus One and I’m wondering if it will bring 802.11n to the HTC Desire. People have managed to hack a kernel together for the HTC Desire and […]