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A few days ago I got my hands on a RC Inflatable Google Android ‘Pump and Play’ inflatable toy. As the name suggests, it’s an inflatable remote control device shaped like the Android mascot. And as my friend Nathan was so quick to point out,… Read more »
Well, the weekend is here; and I’ve just found a bunch of geeky stuff that I’m not going to have time to play with .. Well, maybe I’ll manage to find some time to play. Here’s what I came across: XBMC 12.0 Frodo Beta 1-… Read more »
I’m pretty sure that most of you (like me) haven’t had the chance to go to Google’s I/O 2012 conference in San Francisco. However, we can still watch the whole event thanks to the live streaming that Google will be pushing out from the event…. Read more »
I’ve just pushed out a new version of my latest Android app: Isle of Man Travel Intelligence. It started off like an older app I had written, showing arrivals and departures from the Isle of Man airport. I’ve now added arrivals and departures at the… Read more »
I came back home a couple of days and found this waiting for me: It’s a remote-control helicopter with a twist. Instead of having a dedicated remote control, it has an infra-red emitter that plugs into your phone. And you control it using an application… Read more »
It’s been a few years since 64-bit operating systems have been around and you’d expect that by now that would have been properly bedded in. I’ve moved onto 64-bit Windows with my new laptop and I’ve been pretty pleased to find that I’ve had no… Read more »
I’ve been running the Cyanogenmod Rom on my Nexus 1 almost since the day I got it. It has the best enhancements, battery life and speed of the ROMs I had originally tested before making my mind up. There probably have been new ROMs springing… Read more »