If you’re like me, you won’t have heard of Arduino. Outside this sphere of ignorance there’s a whole lot of artists who not only love Arduino, but are passionate about it too. If you’re in the “What the hell is Arduino?”, this book gives you a good guide to what it it and what can [...]
Archive for November, 2008
In yesterday’s instalment, we loved the Ricoh, Panasonic and Lumix. Read on for our conclusion today of the best high-end digital compact cameras.
The Met Office, well-know weather forecasters, are to offer a world’s first – a free-of-charge (beyond any of your own mobile data charges), video on-demand weather service to your mobile phone. Access will be via a branded portal (lovely to hear that phrase again :) ), giving access to weather forecasts that will be updated [...]
I’m on my way to Amplified 08, a new UK event that brings together people who want to actively contribute to the conference/event that they’re going to – Think BarCamp/ unconferenced events. Essential to the event is the lack of hierarchy to the organisation of the event – you don’t have a self-appointed panel of [...]
Cable subscribers in France, Spain, Finland, the Netherlands and Belgium are in for a treat. Cable Europe, the self-described body representing leading Cable operators in Europe, have announced that they will be bring 100 Mbps Broadband services to their customers.
In Part One of our search for the hottest high end digital cameras, we finished by looking for something to beat one of our favourites, the Olympus XA. That camera was the Ricoh GR, which, like the XA, offered a fixed, wide angle lens in a compact package.
Great new apps are coming through, despite T-Mobile’s uselessness.
Join us in our never ending quest to find the perfect, high end digital compact camera.
When you’re sitting at home or at work, tapping away in your Web browser, you hardly ever consider where your request queries are being dealth with. Sure they’re runing on a computer _somewhere_ on the Internet, perhaps in a data centre, but do you really know what goes on behind making that machine run?
As smartphones hit the mainstream, mobile use soars.