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A Bitcoin Honeypot

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So this week, I’ve been collecting some links on cryptocurrencies, well BitCoin in particular. They’re an interesting collection, especially if you’re after learning something new. Check them out: What is Bitcoin? – A great visual How the Bitcoin protocol actually works <- If you only… Read more »

Introducing Future Tech

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Some of you may already know, but last month I quit my job at Intelligence/Webtech and struck out on my own. It’s been a tremendously busy period for me, hence the lack of updates on the blog; but I’m finally starting to catch up and… Read more »

Loving my new wireless charger

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One of the great things about my new Nexus 5 is the fact that is supports wireless charging. The great thing about wireless charging today is that a new standard has emerged that is supported by a number of devices. This has led to a… Read more »

Waiting for the Jabra Rox Wireless

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Just saw these new earphones that were announced at CES a few days ago, the Jabra Rox Wireless, which look just fantastic. They’re wireless headphones that use Bluetooth to talk to your phone, so literally all you have are two ear buds connected by a… Read more »

Regulation driving technology

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It’s interesting to see what drives the technology curve. You sort of assume that things like product innovation processes are consumer led; needs are identified and someone comes up with a way of addressing them. Obviously, you need advances in technology to support such things…. Read more »

Evohome – a step towards a smarter home!

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As you probably know, I’m always looking for gadgets and devices to play with and having a smarter home is one thing that’s high up my list. I’ve been looking at Nest recently, but while I think it’s a really cool device, it doesn’t really… Read more »

The start-up finalists at Techcrunch Disrupt Europe 2013 #tcdisrupt

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I’m lucky to find myself at the first Techcrunch Disrupt to be held in Europe, and the heart of the event is a Startup Battlefield where 14 start-ups (chosen out of more than 500 candidates) present their ideas and products. There’s a $50,000 prize for… Read more »